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WMmion of tfte County 
of ComtoalL 



IN THE YEAR 1620. 



EDITED BY 



LIEUT.-COLONEL J. L. VIVIAN 



HENEY H. DRAKE, M.A., Ph.D., 

MEMBER OP THE ROYAl ARCH^OLOGICAI, HTaTITUTE OF GREAT BEITAIIT AND IRELAND. 



LONDON 

1874. 



LOJSDOU ; 

MITCHELL AND HUGHES, PEINTEES, 

WAKDOUR bTKEET, W. 



^i;efa«» 



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The original drafts of the Heralds' Visitation of Cornwall in 1620 are pre- 
served in the British Museum, and form part of the Harleian Collection, 
being MSS. 1163 and 1164. They are in the handwriting of Camden's 
deputies, Sir Henry St. George, when Richmond Herald, and Mr. Sampson 
M Lennard, Blue Mantle ; and the pedigrees are subscribed in most cases by the 
» then representatives of the several families. The pedigrees in each of these 
s. MSS. have the word ^''Entered'' written above them, in red chalk, shewing 
. that they had been transcribed at the College of Arms; and those in MS. 
^ 1162 have an additional mark (thus ijij:) in black lead, from which we presume 
that a second transcript was made, probably that in Harl. MS. 1079, by 
John Withie, Heraldic Artist of London,^ in whose MS. the greater number 
of the pedigrees of MS. 1164 do not appear. The loose sheets on which the 
drafts were written were bound together by Mr. Sampson Lennard, whose 
arms were stamped on the cover. After his death they came into the posses- 
sion of Mr. Parker, who added a few notes, and they then passed by purchase 
to Mr. Robert Fisher, and subsequently to the Earl of Oxford's library. 

In editing this Visitation, we have endeavoured to reproduce these original 
drafts in printing type, scrupulously retaining all the inaccuracies, whether 
in orthography or in statement of fact, in order that the reader may be 
enabled to form a fair estimate of the nature and value of a Herald's Visita- 
tion. But the order of the pedigrees is not preserved. They are arranged 
alphabetically, according to the plan adopted for the ' Visitation of Devon,' 

1 Probably an accredited artist. Herald painters were (to ensure accuracy) obliged to obtain 
licence from the Heralds to pursue their occupation, and were punishable and punished for acting 
without such authority. Grim. Orig. Geneal.. p. 83. 

b 



VI PREFACE. 

Harl. Soc. Pub., vol. vi. AVhci'e the Arms are given we have blazoned them 
in their places, and we have referred to the Harleian MSS. — chiefly MS, 
1079 — to supply the omissions in a separate list, at p. 301. 

It is much to be regretted that Carew, the Historian, left his "painful 
collection of Cornish Arms " " unmentioned,'' from fear of doing his friends 
the Heralds wrong, " by thrusting his sickle into their harvest." He states 
that the Cornish appeared to change and diversify their Arms at pleasure, and 
further, that " The most Cornish gentlemen can better vaunt of their pedigree 
than of their livelihood, for that they derive from great antiquity, and I 
(R. C.) make question whether any shii'e in England, of but equal quantity, 
can muster a like number of fair coat armours, whereas this declineth to the 
mean." De Dunstanville edit., p. 179. 

The County of Cornwall may be considered pre-eminent in the antiquity 
of its family Heraldry, since it was admitted in Court, during the memorable 
Scrope and Grosvenor controversy, that the same Arms, azure a bend or, had 
remained in the family of Carminow from the time of King Arthur ! conse- 
quently it had been adjudged in a previous trial with Scrope, under the walls 
of Paris, that Carminow should continue to bear them entire, a fact at 
variance with the popular belief that a label was assigned to the Cornishman 
for difi'erence.^ 

In point of family antiquity, Cleaveland, in his ' History of the House of 

' Evidences of Arms of Carmynowe without the label. In addition to the seals quoted, p. 
33, are the seal of Thomas Carmynow (Chapter Ho. Domestic Deeds, 7 K. II., No. 16), and the 
seal of Oliver Carmynow of FentongoUan, with the motto " Cala Raggi wethlowe " (Chapter Ho. 
Domestic Deeds, 35 Eliz., No. 25). both in good preservation. The seals of different deeds in the 
possession of John Jope Rogers, Esq., the present Lord of the Manor of Wyneanton, are with- 
out the label. 

Testimonies coxcerxing the Abms of Carminow given in the Scrope and 
Grosvenor Controversy. 

(Misc. Rolls of Chanc, Nos. 311 and 312.) 

Jolm \r la gace dc Dicn Roy du C'hastell & DE Lyon Due de Lancastre, &c. 
Nous dions et tesmoignons q' a la deiTain viage cu France de notre tres redoute Sr & pier q' 
Dieu assoill' fuist moeve un debate des ditz armes p' entr' mons' Richard Lescrop susdit & un 
appelle Curmynau dc Corncwale lequel Carmynau chalangea ses armes du dit mons' Richard le 
quele debate fuist mys en regard de sys chivalers and tielx sys chivalers jeo quide ne sont pas 
mayntenant en monde & la trovercnt p' Icz tesmoignes verroies q' le dit Carmynau desccndit 
delyne ai-mez dazure ove un bende dor depuis le temps dc roy Arthur encea. Et trovercnt q' le 
dit Mons. Richard desccndut dc droit lyncc dauncestvie armez en mcraez lez armez dazur' ov un 
bende dor depuis le temps du Roy William Couqucrour cncea et issent fuist juggez q' atnhideux 
devont porter Icz ai'invz entiei's/ 



PREFACE. Vli 

Courtenay,' mentions the still more astounding tradition that one of the 
Carminows led a body of troops to oppose the landing of Caesar. AltTiough 
the early history of this family is obscure, it was once classed amongst those 
related to the blood royal (Harl. 1074, fo. 320), and so many Cornishmen are 
proud to claim descent from it, that we select its example, at page 296, to shew 
the necessity of testing the truth of the Visitation Pedigrees by independent 
evidence. 

Similar tests may be applied to the scarcely less distinguished Cornish 
family of Petit, and with similar results ; and. it must be understood from 
these examples, and our notes under Ley, Yorke, and others, that in repro- 
ducing the text of the Visitation we do not hold ourselves responsible for the 
errors it contains. The Records of the Heralds^ Visitations are highly 
valuable in affording information which, but for them, would have been lost 
to the general public. These Visitations called moreover for the performance 
of two separate and distinct offices; the Heralds had to declare and record the 
Armorial cognizance of each particular family, to define the quarterings, 
differences, and due marks of cadency, while the " Chief of the Coat Armour " 
had to set forth his own pedigree, tracing from the last Visitation, and 

Mons. Thomas Fychet, &c., dit coment il ad oy dir' dez ceux quex sont veillerds q' Thomas 
Carmynau de Cornwalc qest mon p'ent estoit en debate ove le dit mons Richard et son lynage 
pr lez ditz armez en France deVnt le conte de Northampton luy quel Thomas Carmynau p'va 
cez armes du temps le Koy Arthur and le dit mons Eichard du temps de Roy William le Con- 
querour p' quell accorde le dit Thomas Carmynau pur ce qil estoit dev<^nt le Q'quest il lez doit 
porter du droit. 

Nicholas Sabraham Esq. del age de Lx ans. &c. Mes du chalange qi Carmynau fist a mons 
Richard Lescrop devant Parys lez queux estoient acordez p' le Roy and p' le due de Lancast'r q' 
mort est q' chescun deux deyrent porter lez armez entiers. 

John TopclyfEe Esquier del age de Ix ans et plus. A la darrein voiago du Roy q' mort est un 
dez Carmynawe de Cornewale chalangeast le dit mons Richard et estoient acordez p' le count 
de Northampton adont conestable et p' le Count de Warwyk' adounc marshall et le due de 
Lancastr' q' mort est q' p"' cause q' lun estoit de Cornewale et lautre estoit trovez adont del 
Conquest, &c. Carmynawe lez doit porter pur ceo q' Cornwale estoit un grosse Vre et jadys 
portant le noun dime roialme. 

John de Rither Esquier dage de Ixvi ans, &c. Un Cai-mynawe de Cornwale q' chalangea 
le dit mons Richard a la voiage dev^'nt Parys & le Roy q' mort est & mons de Lancastr' q' 
mort est lez accorderent p' til man'e q' le dit mons Richard doit porter lez entiers armez & 
le dit Cormynaue lez doit porter auxi. 

The evidence of GeofEery Chaucer was in favour of Scrope, and did not affect Carmynow. 

(This memorable controversy lasted over four years. Among the witnesses appeared one 
Sovereign Prince, one Duke, three Earls, three Barons, three mitred Abbots, two Priors, eleven 
Bannerets, and more than one hundred and fifty Knights, Esquires, Gentlemen, and others, an 
array such as no other case has ever seen before or since. Chetham Soc. The Amicia Tract.) 



Vlll PREFACE. 

embraciug such branches or members of his family as he thought fit to 
include for the Heralds' guidance and commemoration^ and thus many 
genealogical errors occurred through indifference or lack of information on 
the part of the head of the house, and many omissions were due as much 
perhaps to a narrow or unamiable spirit as to forgetfuluess. 

It is only fair to exonerate the officials of the time, whom aggrieved 
persons are apt to blame for the trouble caused by an erroneous statement, 
for much had evidently to be taken upon trust, or upon evidence which 
would not now- be accepted by their successors at the College of Arms ; 
and modern Genealogists deem it necessary to prove every pedigree by 
wills, parish registers, and by searches at the Record Office, to which the 
public, through the liberality of the Master of the Rolls, has every facility 
of access. 

The extracts from parish registers in the notes and appendix are intended 
not only to support the pedigrees, but to stimulate a taste for genealogical 
enquiries by assisting the cadets of a family to establish their connection with 
the main trunk, for, in the words of Richard Carew, " all Cornish gentlemen 
are cousins." They are extracted from large collections, commenced many 
years since, chiefly for private purposes, which will explain why they are not 
as uniformly given under each pedigree as we could have desired. 

When availing ourselves of the opportunities, kindly afforded by the 
clergy, of searching their parish records, to curtail an intrusive visit, we have, 
like the Eastern pearl divers, hastily collected every thing within reach, with- 
out waiting to scrutinize ; we cannot therefore guarantee the accuracy of 
every transcript made under these circumstances, and we recommend the 
reader who descries a pearl of value, to have it verified by the clergyman 
of the parish, by whose certificate alone it can be converted into legal 
evidence. 

"\Ye have noted the varied spelling of the same name to encourage 
enquirers not to abandon tlieir pursuit of a pedigree on account of the 
difficulty caused by such variations. About two hundred years since, the 
name Watts was spelt Oats, Woots, Wots in the Gwennap Registers.^ A 
slight acquaintance with the Public Records will shew that family distinctions, 

' Shortly .ifter the earthquake of Lisbon, a considerable amount of personalty was lost to 
the family of Joll (one of whom had acquired wealth as a foreign merchant), presumably from 
the difEerent spelling of the name in an advertisement. See variations under JollifEe. 



PREFACE. 



IX 



based on tlie interchange of the letters i and y, such as in Vivian, Vyvyau, 
Williams^ Wyllyams, are more imaginary than real. 

The pedigrees of Arundel and Petit, given at pages 271 and 276, were 
evidently interpolations, and that of Vivyan is taken from Harl. MS. 1079, 
fo. 37. Several pedigrees, belonging more properly to Devonshire, were 
inserted by the Heralds among the Cornish. They are added in the 
Supplement, together with a list of the '^''disclaimed," taken from Harl. MS. 
1079. 

For the convenience of those among otir Members who may desire to 
search further, we will repeat Sims' List of Heralds' Visitations for Cornwall 
(Manual, etc., p. 163). 

S. D 

1530. Benolte 

„ „ (original) . 



1573. Cooke 



(original) 



College of Arms. 

Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 14, 315. 

Coll. of Arms MS. H 18. 

„ MS. G 2(1). 
Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1079. 
Coll. of Arms MS. E 15. 

„ MSS. G6(l); 

H 16. 

Caius Coll., Camb., MS. 553. 

Brit. Mus., Harl. MS. 1079. 

1162. 

1164. 

1142. 

1149. 

Coll. of Arms, MS. C 1. 

„ MS. E, D, N, 
No. 2. 
Caius Coll., Camb., MS. 532. 
Bodl. Lib. MS. 5054, f. 59. 

To these we add the following from Sir N. Harris Nicolas' Catalogue, Harl. 
MSS. 891, 1956, 4632, 5827, 1482, 4031, 6252; and Cott. MS. Faust, 
EIII. 

We must here acknowledge our obligations to the indefatigable Historian 
of Trigg, Sir John Maclean, F.S.A., whose numerous contributions are dis- 



1620. Camden (By St. George and Lennard) 
„ „ (part of original) . 

„ „ (remaining part) . 



(with additions) 



X PREFACE. 

tinguished by the initials J. M. affixed^ and whose valuable co-operatiou 
throughout entitles him to be regarded as forming with ourselves an Editorial 
triumvirate. 

HENRY H. DRAKE. 

JOHN L. VIVIAN. 



QUARTEKINGS OF THE GRENVILLE SHIELD, 



EEFEEEED TO ON THE FRONTISPIECE. 



1. Grenville. 

2. Wortham. 

3. Whitleigh. 

4. Esse? 

5. Winard. 

6. Reprin, or 

Wrougliton. 

7. Bevil. 

8. WafE? 

9. Tredignie. 

10. Trefouis. 

11. Mathedarva. 

12. Tresithuey. 

13. Petit. 



14. Fitz Yve. 

15. Carminowe. 

16. St. Leger. 

17. Donet. 

18. Butler, Earl of 

Ormond. 

19. Rochford. 

20. Hankford. 

21. Sta2:)eldon. 

22. Bevil. 

23. Trelowarren. 

24. Tredignie. 

25. Trefouis. 

26. Mathedarva. 



27. Bere. 

28. Killegarth. 

29. Udey. 

30. Pengelley. 

31. Becket. 

32. Le Tailleur. 

33. Nantion. 

34. Delahay. 

35. Lanhergy. 

36. Fairford. 
37. 

38. 
39. 
40. Hungerford. 



41. Berry. 

42. Mallet. 
43. 

44. 

45. GifEard. 

46. Trecarrel al's Esse. 

47. Ilcomb. 

48. Kelloway. 

49. Tregarthan. 

50. Hender. 

51. Cornwall. 

52. Chamberlain. 

53. Fever. 



ICist o( Wmt^tion ^tU^nm. 



fAGE 

Aleigh 1 

Aettndell of Lanherne . 2 

Aeundell of Trerice . . 2 

ArvsdelIi of Camborne . 3 
AnVNDt:L'I.ofTrerice{Add.) 271 

Atke 3 

Baeeet 4 

Baeet 5 

Bassett 6 

Bastaed 7 

Batteesbte 7 

Beauchamp 7 

Beatjchamp 8 

Beee 9 

Beee 9 

Bennett 10 

BiLLINGE 10 

Blake 11 

Blighe 12 

Blighe 13 

BOGANS 14 

Bond 14 

Bond 15 

bonython 16 

bontthon 16 

bosavaene 17 

boscawen 17 

bossawsacke .... 22 

bosustowe 23 

Beat 23 

BULLEE 24 

BXJEELL 25 

BUEGES 26 

bustajigtts 27 

Btll 27 

Bted 28 

Caeew 28 

Caeew 33 

Caeminowe {Add. 296.) . 33 

Caensewe 35 

Caetee 36 

Caey 37 

Cayell 37 

Ceelye 38 

Chamond 40 

Chepman 40 

Chapman 41 

Chenouth 41 

Chiveeton of Paul . . 42 

Chiyeeton of TreJmnsey . 43 



PAGB 

Cock 43 

Coke ....... 44 

Colling 44 

COLQUIT 45 

CONNOCK 46 

CooDE of Morval ... 46 

CoODE of Menheniot . . 48 

CoETTON 49 

COEYTON 49 

COSWOETH 50 

CossEN alias Maddeen . 51 

CoUETENAY of Landrake . 51 

CoUETENEY of Lanivet . 52 

CoUETNEY of PenJcivel . 52 

COWLIN 54 

Ceab 55 

Ceessel 55 

Ceewes 56 

Ceockee 57 

Ceockhay 57 

Ceosman 58 

CULLOW 58 

Dagge 59 

Dandy 60 

Daeley 60 

Daeeell 61 

Denys 61 

Dewen 62 

DoDSON 63 

Edgcombe 63 

Edgcombe ...... 64 

Edmondes 65 

Edwaedes 65 

Elfoed &Q 

Ellyott or Eliot ... 66 

Enys 67 

Eeisey 67 

ESTCOTT 69 

Fitzpen alias Phippen . 71 

Flamanke 71 

Eleminge 72 

Fletchae 73 

foetescu 73 

Gamon alias Gambone . 74 

Geoege 75 

Geieveis 75 

Geyeveys 77 

Glanville 77 

Glantile 78 

Glyn 79 



PAGE 

Glyn ....... 80 

godolphin 80 

godolphin 82 

GODOLPHlN 83 

GooDE 83 

Geenvile 84 

Geeinevele 87 

Geills 88 

Getlls 88 

Geosse 89 

Hallamoee 90 

Haeeis 90 

Haevy 91 

Hatch 91* 

Hawke 92 

Hele 92 

Hendee 93 

Heele 94 

Hext 96 

HiCKES 96 

Bn.!, of Hill Top ... 97 

Hill 98 

Hill of Truro .... 99 
Hill of St. Keverne . . 99 
HylIj of Heliffan . . . 100 
Hoaee ....... 100 

HOBLYN 101 

Jenkyn 103 

Jeynenes 104 

JOLLYFE 105 

JoPE 108 

Kekewich 108 

Kendall 109 

Kendall Ill 

Kendall 112 

Kestell 112 

Kestell 115 

Kete 116 

Knyvett 117 

Kyllyowe 117 

Lampen 119 

Langdon 119 

Langdon 120 

Langfoed 121 

Langefoed 122 

Langhaene 122 

Lanyon 123 

Launce 124 

Leache 125 

Leigh 125 



xu 



LIST or YISITATIOX PEDIGREES. 



PAGE 

Letelis 126 

Let 127 

Ley alias Kempthoene . 129 
LOVETS 130 

LOVEYS 131 

LowEE 132 

LOWEE 133 

LoWEE 133 

Lynam 134 

Manington 134 

Maeke 136 

Maettn 137 

Mathew 137 

Mathew 138 

Maynaed 139 

Matnakd 140 

Mayow 140 

Menwynick 141 

MiCHELL ...... 142 

MiCHELL 142 

MOHUK 143 

MOLESWOETH .... 147 

MOETHE 147 

MOETON 148 

MOTELL 149 

MOYLF. 150 

MUNDAY 151 

NANKETELLa?iasTlPPETT 153 

Nanspian 154 

Ntcoll 156 

NiCHOLLS 157 

NoYE 158 

Opy 159 

OUGHE 160 

Paekee 161 

Pay>tee 162 

Pendaetes ..... 163 

Pendaeves 164 

Pendarvis 164 

Penfoun 164 

Penhallow 166 

Penhellick 167 

Penrose 169 

Penros 169 

Penwarne 170 

Petit (Add.) 276 

Plumleighe 171 

Polwheile 172 

polkinghorne .... 173 
polkinhorne .... 175 

Pollard 176 

POMEROY 176 

POMEEOY 177 



Porter 178 

Porter 179 

POYLE 180 

Pye 181 

QrARME 182 

Eandall 182 

Rashleigh 183 

Reskimer 185 

Robarts 186 

ROBEETS 186 

RoBixsoN 188 

ROGEES 188 

ROSCAEEOCK 189 

ROSCAREOCK 189 

ROSCAEROCK 190 

ROSEWAEAN 191 

ROSKROWE 192 

EOSKEUGE 192 

ROSUGGAN 193 

Rous 193 

Sasiuell 196 

Sawle 196 

Sayer 197 

Scawen 198 

SCAWEN 199 

SCAWNE 200 

Scobell 200 

Searle 202 

Shorroce 202 

Skoey 203 

Smyth 204 

Sparke 205 

Sparnon 205 

Spoore 206 

Speey 207 

Spry 208 

Spry 211 

Seyntaubyn vel St. 

AuBiN 212 

Stanberte vel Stan- 

BURYE 213 

Stephens 214 

Stone 215 

Tanner (Add.) .... 278 

Thomas 215 

Thoms 216 

Thoms alias Caensew . 217 

Toinkein 217 

Trebarfoote .... 218 

Treffry 219 

Trefrie 221 

Trefusis 222 

Trefusis 222 



PAGE 

Teegeaee 225 

Teehane 227 

Teelaavny 228 

Trenance 231 

Teenerth 233 

Trengove alias Nanse . 233 

Tresauer 234 

Teethewy 237 

Teeunwith vel Teen- 

wiTH 238 

Tretanion 239 

Trevanion 240 

Trevelyan 242 

Trevisi 244 

Teewolla • 244 

Trewbodt 246 

Treweex 247 

Tube 247 

Tucker 248 

Vacye 250 

"Verman 251 

Vivian 252 

Vyvyan 256 

ViVYAN 257 

Wallts aZ'« Darte (^(/tZ.) 279 

Webber 262 

AVhite 262 

Williams 263 

Willoughby 265 

Wills 265 

Woden OTE 266 

Worthevale .... 267 

Wrey 268 

Wy^'ell 269 

York 269 



SUPPLEMENT. 

©rbousljirc prttstcr^. 

Arscott 286 

Arscott 287 

Barkley 287 

Blackall 288 

Calmady 288 

FowNFS 289 

HUNKIN 290 

Roll 290 

Uppeton 291 

Wychehalse .... 292 
Teo 292 



Countp of eotniuall, 

1620. 



Arms. — A Lion rampant is given in trich, without naming tincture or metal. 

Tho, Aleigh al's Leigh of Weke S* Mary in Cornwall descended from 
Leigh of highleigh in Chesheire lived in time H. VI. 



Humphrie Aleigh al's Leigh=j=Da. of V .... & widow of . . . 
Sonne and heire Selman of ... . 



Willm. Aleigh al's Leigh sonne & heire^Mary Da. of Andrew Pomeroy of Newton 



of Leigh in Com. Cornw. 



Ferreis in Com. Devon, Esq. 



Willm. Leigh of Leighe in Com. Corn-=f=Ehzab. Da. of Wymond Searle of 
wall Sonne & heire liveing 1620 I Anthonie in Cornwall 



John 2 Thomazin 1 Wymond Leigh sone & 

— — heire ffit. 18, 1G20 

Andrew 3 Agnes 2 

Eliacan 4 

WILLIAM ALEIGH. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



anmlitll of ilanfitnte. 



Arondell of Lanherne in Cornwall Esq.^ 



S'' John Arondel of Lan- Tho. Arondell of=f=Elizab. da. & coheire of Tringove 
heme 1 sonne Knight Lanherne 2 sonne I of Nance in Cornwall''' 



Tho. Arondell of Collomb Maior in=j[=Kachell Da. of Monp'son & sisf 
Com. Cornw. liveinge 1620 I to S"" Giles Monp'son 

i n \ I 

Willm 2 sons Cicilie 1 Da. Tho. Arondell sonne & hey. liveing 1620 Jane 2 Da. 

, THOMAS ARUNDELL, Junior. 



aininlieU ot Crtrtce. 



Catherin da. &^John Arrundell=j=Gertrude da. of S"' Robt. Dennys=Edw. Lord Mor- 



heire of Cos- 
warth 1 wife^ 



of Trerise 
Esq. 



of Holcombe Kt. 2 wife 



ley 2 husband 



Julian wife to Richard 
Carew of Anthony * 



Alice wife to Henry 
!:?omester of Pains- 
ford 



Dorothy wife to Mavj wife to 
Edward Coswarth Oliver Dyn- 
of Coswarth ham 



JohnArrundell=j=Mary da. of George 



of Trerise Esq. 
living 1620. 



Gary of Clovelley 
Esq. 



Thomas = 
Arundell 
2 sonn 



=Mary da. of 
S''Gamaliell 
Capell 



John sonne & heir 
a3tat. 7 annores 
1620 



Richard 2 Agnes 1 
William 3 Mary 2 
Francis 4 



Gertrude 



1| I 
Ann wife to William 
Carnsew of Buekelley 
Esq. 

2 Catherine wife to 
Jolin S' Albonc of 
Clowans, Esq.^ 



JOHN ARUNDELL 

Of Trerise. 



' This was Sir John AnmclcU of Lanherne, who mamed Elizabeth, da. of Gerald Danet of 
Danefs Hall, Esq. Vi//r Pedigree of Arundell in Coll. of Arms. 
- Nance in the jiarisli of Illogan. 

3 Da. of John Cosworth, E.sq. Vide Harl. 5ISS. 4031, fo. 77. 
■• Author of the Survey of Cornwall. 
' John S' Aubyn of Clowance. 
* Tliese Pedigrees arc considerably extended in Harl. MSS. 1079, fos. 78, 79 and 80. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 



arutttr^ll ot Camborne. 



Robt. Arundell 2 son of S'' John= 
Arundell of Camborne^ 



=Elizab. Da. of Will'm Clapton Esq. 
of Stafford 



Christopher Arundell of Camborne=j=^Katherine Da. of Will'm Chiverton of 
in com. Cornwall^ I Pawle in com. Cornub.* 



^Thomas 


3m' I 

^Margery ux. 


^ John 2 son fet. 


3 Will'm Arundell of= 


=Dorkis Da. of 


ob. s. p. 


John Bosa- 


34 mar. Ann Da. 


Camborne filius et 


Zeakiell Grosse 




varne 


of Alexander 


heres ast. 36 living 


of Camborne 




— 


Pendarvis 


1620. 


in Com. Corn- 




^ Elizab. ux. 


n^ 




wall. 




David Grosse 








1 
Zeakiell Arundell filius 


2. Will'm fct. 11 


4. Robt.£et.5 


Katherine a Da. 


et heres asi 


J. 12 living 


— 


— 


set. 13 living 


1620 




3. John get. 7 


5. Francis set. 
6 mensis 


1620 








WILLIAM ARUNDELL. 



apie. 



Willim Ayre al's Eyre of S' Cue in Cornwall. 



John Ayre al's Eyre of=j=Joane Da. of Jo. Jewell of 
S"- Cue in Cornw. I Dewstowe in Cornwall. 



John Ayre Al's Eyre in com. Cornwall=f=Marg* Da. of Jo. Wotton of 
of Dewstowe liveing 1620. I Ingleborne in com. Devon. 



Jane Da. & sole hey. ux"" Phillip Crimes of Mevey in com. Devon liveing 1620. 

I \ \ ~ I ^1 

John sone & heire Will'm 2 Phillip 3 Francis 4 sonne Margaret a da. 

set. 9, 1620 ^t. 4, 1620 

JOHN AYRE AL'S EYRE. 



1 This Eobert was a bastard son of Sir John Arundell of Trerice, and is so described by him 
in two deeds dated 4 Jan., 1 Ed. VI., and 26 Jan., 2 Eliz. Vide Inq. P. M. Sir John Arundell of 
Trerice, 3 Eliz., No. 23 part 1. 

= Mentioned in the will of John Arundell of Trerice, proved in London 26 Nov., 1580,. of 
which his father Eobert was one of the executors. There are several other children of Eobert 
named in this will. 

3 Mentioned in the will of Thomas Chiverton of Paul, 26 August, 1604 ; proved in Loudon 
7 Feb. 1605. 

Bur. at Camborne 1 March, 1617. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

33aiTtt. 

Barratt 
Jo. Barrat of Rodeland 



John BaiTat=j=Julian Da. of Rapli de Aston 



Nicho. Barrat Edw. I. lO^pEdith Da. & Coh. of Hen. Penhergie 



Jo. Barrat of Penhergie the 23. Ed. III. 



Jo. Barret of Penhergie 19 R. II. & 7 H. VI.=f=Da. of Bonvill 
^1 

Jo. Barrat of Penhargie the I. Ed. IV.=i=Marg* Da. of Rich. Ducton^ 



Wili'm Barret=pMarg* Da. & hey. of Benidict Bernard^ 



Jo. Barrat of Penquite in Co. Cornwall=j=Nichol. Da. and Coh. of Tho. Coryton 



Jo. Barret of Gollant=FBlanch Da. of Nicho. Kendall 



Jo. Barret 1 sone of S' Sampsons in Corn, liveing 1620=j=Elizab. Da. of John Coode 



III I I 

Waleter Charles Jo. sone & hey. Blanch a da. Bridget 
2 sone 3sonne tetat. 14. 1620 2 Da. 



Not Signed. 



Rich. Bccton in Harl. MSS. 4031, fo. 82. 

Of Penquite ; she was hcii-css of Bernard Favcll, Karl. MSS. 4031, fo. 82. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

JSaitt. 

John Barrett of Tregarne=T=Joane Da. of Hugh Boscawen 



1 ^ I 

Rich. Barret John Barrett of S*^ Tudy in Com.=pJenor Da. of Jo. Wallacomb 
sone &heyre Cornwall 2 sone liveinge. 1620. of Com. Devon 

i i \ I 

Joane a da. 1 Mary 2 Da. John sone & hey. set. 9 Jenor 3 Dau. 

» JOHN BARET. 



S'' John Basset, of Umberley in Com. Devon K* 



S"" Arthure Basset of Umberley^ George Basset of Tehiddye2=f=Jaquet da. of Coffin 
K*^ Sonne & heir =^ in Cornwall 2 sonne I of Portlich^ 



James Basset of^Jane da. of Sir Francis Catheryne wife to Blanche wife to 



Tehiddye sonne 
& heir 



Godolphin of Godolphin James Cary of 
K* Cockington 



Will™ Newman 
of Plemyn 



Thomas, 2 
James, 3 
Arthure, 4 
Nicholas, 5 



I |1 2| I I 

Francis Basset=Ann da. of Sir Margery Jane wife Grace, 3 
of Tehiddy Jonathan Tre- wife to He-^ to Will'" — 

sonne and heir lawny of Tre- Trengove Courtney Margaret, 4 

living 1620 lawny* al's Nance of Tre- unmaried 

mere ^ 



FRS. BASSETT. 



1 This S' Arthur Basset was son of John Bassett, Esq., and grandson of Sir John ; he was 
therefore a nephew of George Basset, mt a brother, consequently his entry at this place was an 
error of the Herald. Vide Inq. P.M. 28 Eliz., No. 21, 1 part. 

2 M.P. for Launceston, 5 Eliz., and for Newport (Cornwall), 1 and 14 Elizab. 

3 John Coffin of Porthledge. Vide Visitation of Devon, 1620, p. 335, 

4 Mar. 31 Aug., 1620, at Pelint. 

5 Mar. at lUogan, 22 July, 1613. 

* Pedigree extended in Harl. MSS. 1070, fo. 179. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



1 Jo. de Bastard=pDa. & hey. of Tho. at Ley in Devon 

I 
Jo. de Bastard=FDa. of Chubbe of Addeston in Devon 



Jo. de Bastard=pThomazin Da. of Otes Gilbert ^ of Grenway in Devon 



John Richard W™ Bastard record"" of Joseph de Bastard of=7=Anne Da. & hey. 



sinep'le 2 sonne Totnes & Dartmouth Dewlow in Cornwall 
1 sone in Com. Devon liveina- 1620^ 



of John Killy- 
awe of Dulo in 
Cornwall 



• I ^ . J I I III 

Wilhn. Joseph Donthie ux'' John sone^Alice Da. of Anne ux'' Elizab. 3 



2 Sonne 3 sonne James Mark & hey. 
of Discard in fetat. 80 
Cornwall 1620 live- 

ing 1620 



Edm. Rey- Ric. Kemp- 

nell of thorne of ]\Iarye 4 

Malston in Merther in — 

Devon Cornwall Thomazin 5 



1 Elizab. Anne, 2 Mary, 3 Will'm sonne & heire set. 4 1620 

JOSEPH BASTARD. 



BSatttrsbpt. 

NiCH. Battersby of Harraver p. R. S. Norrey, 1605 

Arms. Oi- : a saltire paly erm. and rj. in chief a crescent for difference. 
Crest. A Ram erm. trip, armed and inifjued or. 

Nicho. Battersby of Battersby Hall in Com. York 



John Battersby of Harrabeare=j=Alice Da. of Chrisf Brokin of Plimouth 
in Com. Cornw. 2 sonne I in Com. Devon 

1 r 2 

Thomazin Da. of S'' Stephen=pNicho. Battersby of Harrabeare=Elizb. da. of Jo. 
Beard of Beard hill in in Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 Trevisa of Corn- 

Sussex I wall in Crokadon 

Fran. 1 da. »t. 1 NICK. BATTERSBYE. 



' Called Thomas in 'Visitation of Devon,' 1620, p. 1!). 
= Called GefEry Gilbert in 'Visitation of Devon,' 1620, p. 19. 
3 He acquii'ed Wcstnorth in Duloe by this marriage. 
* Joseph Bastard, gent, buried 1690) 

Mrs. Elizb. Bastard „ , V3t. Veep. Par. Reg. 

Mrs Dorothy Bastard „ „ } 

Alice Bastard biuied 1st Feb., 1C35. "> Lansalloes, 

Thomas Helman married Mary Bastard 30th October, 1651 j Par. Keg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Btautfiamp. 



Arms. Vaire Az. and Ar. 

Sciant p'sent' et futur' q<^ ego Galfridus Beauchamp filius et heres Johis Beau- 
champ senioris Dora's de Binu'ton dedi concessi et p"'senti carta mea indentata 
confirmavi Jacobo Beauchamp fri meo et Elizab. filie Nichi. Richowe et heredibus 
suis &c. totam placeam terre raeam in Villa de Pensance &c. In cuius rei testimen. 
nos p'tes p'dictas. p'sentibj Indentur sigilla nra apposuimus hijs testibus Rico 
Browning cum alijs dat. apud Pensance quarto die Julij a" Reg. Regis Hen. VII. 
secundo. 

Inquire for y^ coate of Trefins. 

Johes. Beauchamp senior de Binn'ton=i=Honor Da, et her. of Kenege de Keneg 



Galfridus Beauchamp filius et heres=j= 
mar Elizab. fil. Tregos de Tregos^ I 



John Beauchamp=Jana filia 

W"^ Carnsew 



Alice 
Margerie 



Jacobus Beauchamp^Elizabetha fil. 
2 filius Nich. Richowe 



I 

Martin Beauchamp=Margered Da. 
fil. et heres & heir of Hen. 

Trefyns^ 



John Beaucha'^ 



=Maria 4 filia 
Rogeri Char- 
fold Militis^ 



Margerie mariet to Rob* Yeo 



Thomas 



Margerie 



Willm. Beau- =Joane Da. of Willm. 



champ fil et 
heres 



Tubb of Gwenip 4 
Son of Tubb of 
Trangoe in Com. 
Cornwall 



John 3 fil. Julian mar. to Peter Beauchamp 
£etat. 35 of Chiton in Cornwall 



2 Margeret 

3 Florence 



Thomas 2 filius 
astat. 37 



Walter Beawcham 



Willm. Beauchamp filius= 
et heres setat. 38 de Tre- 
vince in P'ochia de 
Gwinop 



:Katherin Da. 
of John Tre- 
fuses of 
Trefuses 



John Beau- 2 Willm. «t. 7 
champ fil. et — 

heres tet. 8 3 Francis 1 
annoru' 1620 



I I 

1 Jane 

2 Maria 



Richar. 4 son mar. Sara youngest 

Florence Da. of Richard Da. mar. to 

Millionick of Glwvies Hugh Trewike 

in Com. Cornwall == 



Martin fil. 
primoge- 
nitus 93tat. 2 
annoru' 



Katherin fil. J(,hn fi'. 
unica set. iiuicus ajtat. 

unius anni 2 annoru'. 

WM BEAUCHAMP. 



> Da. of Rich. Tregose of Tregose. She afterwards married Wm. Carnsewe, who by his 1^' 
wife Jane, daughter of Lawrence Sherston, had Jane married to John Beauchamp above, the son 
of his 2'"' wife Elizabeth Tregose by her 1^' husband, Galfridus Beauchamp. Vide Harl. MSS. 
1079, fo. 201. 

- Henry Trevince of Trevince in the Parish of St. Stythians. 

' Su- Eoger Grenville of Stowe. Vide Pedigree of Grenville post. 

* William Beauchamp, gent., married M'^ Elizab. Courteney of the Boro' of Truro, at S' Kea, 
9 April, 1695. Vide Gwenuap Par. Eegister. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUKTY OF CORNWALL. 



3StautI)amp. 

Beauchamp=j= 
I 

S'' Offridus Beauchamp K*=j= 

^ ^1 

I 
Robert Beauchamp Esq'-=pMargaret the da. of S"" John Beauchamp of Senobell 



John Beauchamp fil. et=ma'" the Da. Roger 2 sonne=i=Joane Da. of 
heres ob. sine prole of ... . of Chiton I Hen. Ties. 



John Beauchamp of Chiton=pJoane Da. of John Rawfis of Treverbon 



Luke Beauchamp of Chiton=i=Wilmot Da. & hey. of Henry Hayne of Trevenhedee 



Pawle Beauchamp of=pEllinor Da. & hey. of Martin 
Chiton ill. et heres | Pender of Penere 



Nicholas Beaucham of Chiton fil. et heres=pMary Da. of John Pentiere 

\ 

I I I 

Roger Beauchamp John Beauchamp of^Florence Da. of Raphe Stephen 3 
fil. et heres Chiton 2 fil. I Callard of Menver sonne 

John Beauchamp Robt 2 Peter Beauchanip=j=Julian Da. of Willm. Jane mar. 



fil. et heres ob. sonne 3 sonne of Chi 

sine prole ob. s. p. ton 



Beauchamp of Gwin- et mor- 
hop in com. Cornwall tuus 



Walter Beaucham fil, et heres Jone set. 12 Jane ast. 10 Margerie 8 
jetat. 10 annoru' 1620 



A^ot Signed. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COKNWALL. 



35ere. 

Tho. Bere of TreTedo.=pSibbell Da. & heire of Jo. Doyngle of Benethewood 



John sone & hey. mar. Rich. 2 Samsone Beare of Lante-=j= Phillip Da, of Ridg 
Jone Da. of Geo. Tubbe sone glus in Cornwall I waye of Devon 



Jo. Beere of Trevedo in Com.=j=Margerie Da. of Tho. Hoblyn of 
Cornwall liveing 1620. St. Collom in Cornwall 



Tho. sone & heire retat. 5. 1620. Elizab. ^t. 3. 1620. 



Judithe fetat. half yeare 
JOHN BERE. 



Mtvt. 



Sciant p^'sentes & futuri q'' ego Anna Bere vidua nup. ux' Johis Bere de Pen- 
gelley dedi concessi et hac p'sent. carta mea confirmavi Johannte Bere vidue nup. 
ux'i Thomae filio meo iam defunct' omnia messuag' terr' rev' reddit' et servicijs mea 
cum omib^ p'tinentijs in Borlawren in p'ochia de Bglesheyle habend &c. Hijs 
Testibj Johis Flamank Armigero Willo Baret Nicho. Stephyn. et alijs. Dat' apud 
Borlawren 7 die Octobris A" 10 H. 8. 

Omibj X'ri fidelibg &c. Johes Bevill de Killgath in Com' Cornub. armigero 
fil. & heres apparens Phelippi Arrundell vid. nup. relict' eiusdem Humf. Arruudell 
ar' defunct' salut' &c. Sciatis me presnto Johem Bevill dedisse &c. Tho. Bere de 
Egglosheile gen'ose ac consanguine meo totu' illud tent' meum cum omnibj suis 
p'tinentijs in Burlawren maior iacent et existent' infra p'ochia de Eglosheile &c. 
Dat' apud Borlawren maior 16 die Augusti 1° Marine Reginte. 
John Beere of Pengelly=j=Anne Da. of 



Thomas Beere of Pengelly=p 



Robt. Beare of Barlawren in Com. Cornwall=j=Jaquet Da. of Jo. Kestell of Parke 



1 1 2 

Agnes Da. of Jo. Lyne-=pJo, Beare of Barlawren in=pThomasin Da. of John 
ham of St. Cue in Cornwall. I Com. Cornwall liveinge 1620 Boroughe of Egloshaye 



John 1 Sonne Thomas 2 sonne Elizab. ux' Rich. Billing 
set. 28, 1620 £et. 20 of Bosiron. 



Jacquet 2 Rich. 3 sone Marg' 4 Joane 6 

— ob. sine — — 

Mary 3 prole Presilla 5 Phillip 7 

JOHN BERE. 



* Extended Ped. in Harl. MSS. 1079, fo. 94. 



10 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNTTALL. 



Bermet of Sussex=i=Sist' of Broadbridge Bishop of Exiter 



Elles Bennet Rob. Bennett of=pElizb. Da. of Rob. Couch Rich. Bennet Drap. 



mar. & had 
issue 



Lawhitton in 
Cornwall 



of Lawhiton in Cornw. 



in Poules Church 
Yard =f 



Elizb. ux' Willm.=pElizb.Da. Rich. Bennet of=j=Mary Da. of Rich. Bennet mar. 



Thom. Bennet 

Nichol of 
Leyante 



of Huck- Lawhitton Esq. 
more of in Cornw. Coun- 
Devon cellor at Lawe 



OliV Clo- Lettice Da. of S-" 
berie of Jo. Haigham of 

Bradstone Barowhall in Suff. 



I II I II 

Two Daught'. 2. "Willm. a^t. 8 Rob. sone & hey. Anne Mary 

— set. 15. 1620. cet. 4 jet. 5 
3. Olver set. 6 

JOHN JOPE for ROB. BENNETT. 



Richard Billing de Trevorder in Com. Cornw,=F 



Rich. Billing de Trevarder fil. primogenitus=p Thomas Billing 2 fil. 



a Da. mar to VialP a da. mar. to Kestell- John Billing fil.=F 



John Billing=i-Da. & Coh. of Blewet De com. Cornwall 



Willm. Billing of Hanger in p'ochia=i=Elizab. fil, Bab. de Tin- 
de St. Tudy in Com. Cornw. I grase in Com. Devon. 



Reginald=Eliz. Da. & hey. Rich. Billing de Hanger in p'ochia=Elizab. filia 2 Jo- 



Billinge 
2 filius 



of — Hockin de St. Tudy fil. primogenitus escha"" 
of Brward.^ & feodarie to Prince Charles temp. 
vite 



his Conock de St. 
Cleere in Com. 
Cornw.* 



II I I 

1. Willm. 3. Rich. Margaret 

2. John 



III I I 

5. Lowday Grace Margaret Jane 1 Da. 

— 4 fil. 3 filia unmaried 

6. Phillip 



' Elizabeth mar. Geo. Viell of Wood. Vide Ped. of Viell in Coll. of Arms. 

- Margaret mar. John Kestell. Vide Kestell Ped. post. 

3 S' Breward. '^ Called 3 daughter in Connock Ped. post. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



11 



Philadelpha uxor. Christ' Warthevale 
de Worthevale in Com. Cornwall 



Edwardus Billing fil. primo- John 2 fil. 
genit. £etat. 22 annoru' 1620 getat. 14 



Anna nupta 
Rico Rowse 
de Endelion 



2. Jone mar.to John 
Shern of More- 
winsto in com. 
Cornw. 



I 
3. Mary mar. to 
Robt. Thorning 
of Highweekein 
Devon 



Elizab. mar. 
Oliver Fla- 
mock of Tre- 
vyardreth 



to 



I 
Jone mar. to 

Robt. Baker 

of London 



JSIafee. 



RICHARD BILLINGE. 



John Blake of Comb=j=Elizb. Da. & hey. of Rob. Lugar of 
in Com. Devon Modburye in Devon 



John Blake of Comb= 
in Com. Devon 



=S"volla (sic) Da. of Jo. Weeke of 
Widicomb in Devon 



Mary Da. of Hump.=j=Jo. Blake of Comb liveing 1620. 



Fortescne of Spm-- 



3 wif, Grace Da. of Jo. Cock of 
Cambelford in Cornwall Esq. 



Ferdinand 2 sone 
mar. Martha Da. 
of Berry 



Prisilla ux. 
Nicho. Peirse 
of Plimpton 



Jo. Blake= 
sone & 
hey. 



John 1 son 
aetat. 12 



George 2 
Nicho. 3 
Edw. 4 



=Dorithie Da. 
of Jo. Wood 
Esq. 



Suzan 1 
Elizab. 2 



=Elizb. Da. of 
Jo. Slannig 
of Ley Esq. 



Marg* ux' Rog. Ford 
of Brixton in Devon 



Jane 
3 Da. 



JOHN BLAKE. 



1 These Billings were commonly called Billing al's Trelawder, and are found thus described 
in numerous Inquisitions and Fines. A member of this family represented Cornwall m Parha- 
ment as early as Edw. II., and others of the name sat for Liskeard, Bodmm, and Helstou. 

* As an instance of peculiar spelling, as also of double entries in Parish Registers, tending 
to confuse, we give the marriage of the same persons in two parishes, as taken fi'om the registers, 
viz. : — 

Braddock (Broadoak) 15 June 1619 Henry Blake & Lowdye Helman. 
Lanreth (Lanreath) 15 June 1619 Henrj' Blake & Louvdei Holliman. 



12 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Jiligftt. 



Eich. Blio-h of Bodmani=Flsaball fil Taukred 



John Bleigh2==Johanna fil. Colquite Rosa ob. s. p. 



I 
Emline nuptu Willo. 
Achim de Pelint 
Ai'mig' 



Michaell 
2 filius 
ob'. s. p. 



Thomas Bleigh= 
of Bodman^ 



=Johauna fiL 
Joh'is New- 
conrt 



Agneta uxor Tho. 
Arscott de Holes- 
worthy 



J \ I . 

Jane ux. Honor mar. to Elizab. mar. to Joh'es Bleigh=Agneta fil. 

Ric Wiat Nic. Opye of Willm Gill of de Bodman I Joh'is Ars- 

of Lan- Bodman gent. Pelint gent. fil. et her.* cott de 
evet Dunsland 



Emanuell 
Bligh 2 
fil. ob. s. 
P- 



11 
Danot mar. to 
Geo. Glin of 
Glin 



Barbara mar. to 
W'" Williams of 
Bodman 



Phillip mar. to John 
Penhelick of Hel- 
ston gent. 



John Bligh of Exeter 
2 fil. mar. Agnis Da. of 
Skinner of Exeter 



Thomas Bligli= 
of Bodman 



=Jane Da. of Francis 
Penkevell of Minver 
Esq. 



Willm 3 fil. 
ob. s. p. 



Rich. 4 fil. 
ob. s. p. 



I I I 
1. Agnes 



3. Mary 

4. Elizab. 



.1 
Gilbert 5 son 
mar. Elizab. 
Da. of Digorie 
RoeofS'Tisick 



I I I 
6. Danett 



2. Katherin 5. Francis 



7. Phillip 



Rich. Bligh 
fil. et heres 
setat. 10 
annoru. 1620 



John 2 Sonne Jane 
cetat. 8 ob. s. p. 



THQs BLIGHE. 



1 Mayor of Bodmin A.D. 1505 & 21. 

2 Mayor of Bodmin ,, 1531 & 39. 
' Mayor of Bodmin „ 1559 & 70. 
•• Mayor of Bodmin ,, 1582 & 88. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



13 



JSIigfte. 



Sciant presentes & futuri q'' Joh'is Blygli & Johanna ux' mea dedimus conces- 
simus & hac p'senti carta n'ra indent' confirmavimus Waltero filio n'ro & Argentelle 
ux' eius medietateiu unius orti cum p'tinentijs suis in Donheved, Burgh, &c. ex una 
p'te. et ortum Tho. Raynfrey ex altera p'te, &c. Hijs testibus AValtero Skinner et 
alijs Dat. A« 12. H. IV. 

Sciant p^'sentes & futuri q'' ego Juliana Raynfry dedi concessi et hac p''senta 
carta mea confirmavi Joh'te filite mte om'ia messuag' terr' et tenementa mea in Villa 
de Botathan cum om'bj suis p'tinentijs, &c. Dat. apud Launceston A° 7 R. II. 

Joh'es Bligh 12 E. I V.=r Johanna ux' 



Walterus Bligh A° 12 E. IV.=Argentella ux' 
Juliana Raynfry 



Johanna ux' Joh'is Blygh Margeria ux' Durand Bligh 
John Blighe 



Richard=|= 
Bligh 3 



Tho. Bligh=x\[argt Da. & sole 



of Botaden 



hey. of Gache of 
Hinderthyn 



Stephen Bant=Blanch Da. 
I of John 
Langdon 



William Bligh=da. of Burnford 



Will'm Bligh of=j=Jane Da. & Cohey. of 
Botadon I Stephen Bant 



Leonord W"" Bligh of= 
2 Sonne Botadon in 

Cornwall gent. 



=Jone Da. of John Trevanion of Tre- Anne ux' Christ, 
valster in Com. Cornwall & after Coh. Wallys of Totnes 
to hir nephew John Trevanion 



Thomas 
2 sone 



John Wiil'ra Bligh of Botathan=Marg' Da. of Geo. Bridget Anne 



3 sone 



in Com. Corwall liveing 
1620. 



Gary of Clovelley 
in Com. Devon, 



Jane uxor Grigorie Cole of the Midle Tho. sone & hey. Julian 

Temple London Esq.=j= setat. 11. 1620. 2 Da. 



Fraunces a da. 



WILLIA' BLIGHE. 



14 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



SSopns. 



Jo. Bugan^ of Helstone=p Alice Da. of Allex. Penhellick of Helston 
in Com. Cornwall | in Com. Cornwall 



Nicho. Buging^ of S^ Keverne in=f=~Dorithy Da. of Haniball Vivion 
Com. Cornwall liveing 1620. of Trelaworen in Cornwall 



Fran. 2 Kathenn 1 Haniball 1 sone Phillip Bridget 

a3tat. 14, 1620 3 Da. 4 Da. 



John 3 Jane 2 



NICHOLAS BOGANS. 



Arms. 1. Arg., on a chevron sa. 3 bezatits. 2. Arg., 3 stags' heads, 2, 1, coupedsa, 

collafd arg. 3. Magnard. 4. Corgton. 
Crest. A demi Pegasus, Azure, lomged and powdered tvith stars Or, with a 

crescent for differe^ice. 

Rich. Boude of Saltash in Com. Corniib.=FElizab. Da. & Coh. of Corifcon. 



John Will'm Bond of Saltash mar. Thomas Bond de Earth=f=Jone Da. 



sans Katherin Da. of John Fitz of de Com. Cornwall 2 fil. 

issue Devonsh. 



relicta T , 
Tome 



Willmot filia Haughton de Haughton==Wiirm Bonde of= 



tower in Com. Lancash. relicta Phill. 
Stroud 



Holewoode in 
com. Cornwall 



= Jane Da. of Tho. Spoure 
of Northill in com. Corn- 
wall ux. 1 



Will'm jet. 12 Elianor uxor Hugonis Thomas Bond=j=Margaret Da. of Christo- 
— Rositer de Ilmist' in of Holewoode I pher Saveryde Shilston et 

Peter a^t. 10 Com. Som'set fil. et heres modo Viscomes Devonian 



Margaret fil. unica ret. sex dieru' WiU'ms Bond fil. et Christopher 2 fil. 
25 Scptemb. 1620 hajrcs Kt. 3 annoru' £et. 2 annoru' 

A 

' This .Tohu Bogan came from Totnes. Vide Penhellick Pad. post. 

- Named in Will of Hauiball Vivian of Trelawarren, 30 Nov., 1608. Proved in London, ICOD. 
Nicholas Bogau was one of the witnesses. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 



15 



John 2 fil. getat. 34 
Christopher 3 fil. ast 27 
Richard 4 fil. tet. 24 



Susanna ux. Petri 
Hunt de Liskerd 



Anna ux. Ric. Roberts of 
Larack 



THO. BOND. 



aSi^nti, 



Arms. 1. Arg., on a chevron sa. 3 lezants. 2. Arg., 3 stags' heads, 2, 1, coiiped sa, 

coUar'd arg. 3. 3Iaynard. 4. Coryton. 
Crest. A demi Pegasus, Azure, winged and 'powdered with stars Or. 

Wiirms Bond ob. 20 H. VIII. 



Ricus Bonde of Earth prope Salt Ash===EIizab. fil. et Coh. Coriton 
setat. 22 Annoru' 20 H. VIII. I 



Will'ms Bonde de Earth juxta=Katherina fil. Johis Fitz de Fitz Ford 
Saltash in Com. Cornub. I in Com. Devon 



Will'ms Bonde de Earth=j=Margareta fil. maxima et Coheres . . . Fountaine 
juxta Salt Ash | de Ugborough in Com. Devon 



Margareta Georg Bond=y= Argent Da. & Coh. Joh'es Bond=Honora filia Johis 



ffit. 16 3fil. deSalt- 

annor' ash 



of John Stronge of fil. et heres 
Saltash Deceased 



Carter de S' Columbe 
the hi2:her in Cornw. 



Margarete fil. unica 
jetat. unius anni 



Will'ms Bond fil. 2. Johannes set. 6 Dorothea 10 
primogenit fet. 11 — 

annoru' 3. James set. 2 



Richard 4 fil. Will'ms 2 fil. mar. Jone Sister to S"" Francis Crane= 

Anthonie 5 fil. I 



Francisca fil. unica set. 4 



WILLIA' BOND. 



* Extended in Harl. MSS. 1079, fo. 247 and 248. 



16 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



3SonptJ)on. 



Raphe Bonithan of Boiiithan=j=Da. of Downe 
\ 



John Bonithan Rich. Bonithan— Jane Da. & hey. of John Durant Edmond 
ob. s. p. fil. et heres of Pensinans in Cornwall 2 son =p 



I II I III 

Jennet mar. Christian Bersaba ux. Elizab. 1 mar. Isabell mar. Katherin 

to Tre- ux. Nich. John Davy to Condon after to James — 

goUes Davy to Peter Cooke Pawley Margaret 



John Bonithan=Eliano'' Da. & Coh. of Jame Boni-=Margerie fil. Joh'is ]\Ielhuise 
fil. et heres I Willm Militon thon 2 filius of Truro merther 



Roskimer Boni- 2. "Willm Elizab. John Bonithan de=Margerie Da. of John 



than sone & her. — Cullum Minor fil. 

3. John et heres 



Kerne al's Tresilian 
de Tresilian 



1. Anne 3. Mary Willm Bonithon fil. John 2 fil. aetat. 
— — primogenitus setat. unius anni et 

2. Marserie 4. Prudence 6 annoru' dimidiu' 



Rob't 2 Nicholas 3 fil. mar. Anne Da. Thomas 4 fil. now goldsmith Anne un- 
fil. mar. of Hugh Monday of Tregony in Chepeside mar. Alice Da. of marled 

Purforoy de Com. Leicter 

JO. BONYTHON. 



3itinj)tl)on. 

Bonythan & Milcton to be quartered. 
Raph Bonith'n. of Bonytham. 



Rich. Bonyth'n.=Jane Da. & hey. of Jo. Durant of Pensinans in Cornwall. 



I 
John Bonytham sone and heire==Ellino'" Da. & Coheyre of W"" Mylyton. 

A 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 17 

Al 



Eichard 2 Anne ux' Elizb. ux' Reskimer Bonytha' of Bony-===Lowday Da. of 

— Walter Hen. Pome- tha'. high Shreife of the W» Kendall 

Edmond 3 Rosscarock roy of Tre- Countie of Cornwall liveing of Lostwithan 

geny 1620. in Cornwall^ 



I 

Tho. Bonitha' sone & heyre=Pran. Da. of Erasmus Waller of London. 



I 
John sone & heire aetat. 2. 1620. 



THO. BONYTHON. 



Tho. Bossaverne of St. Just in Cornw. 



Martin Bossavern of St. Just 2==Jane Da. of Rich. Rob'ts. of Truro. 



Tho. Bossaverne John Bosseverne of St.=f=^Margerie Da. of Christop. Arundell 
2 filius mar. Just first son of Camborne 



^Thomas fil. et heres getat. ^John 2 fil. Mary tet. 15 
19 temp, visitacon's 1620 £et. 18 — 

Anna set. 14 



JO. BOSAVARNE. 



3Sostatoat. 

Sciant present' et fiituri q"^ ego Alanus filius Henrici de Boskawen dedi et qui'te 
clamavi, &c. in Boscawen rose, &c. sans dat. 

Sciant present' et futuri q'' ego Radulphus de Kerrise filius Mabile de Tresole 
dedi et concessi Henrico de Boscawen, &c. sans Dat. 

Sciant p^'sent. et futur' q*^ ego Martinus eger filius davidi de Helleston omnino 
remisi et quietu' clamavi p. me et heredes meis et p. meis assig' totu' Jus q'' habui et 

' Lostwithiel. 

2 Martyn Thomas al's Bosaverne. Vide Roberts' Pedigree post. 

3 Named in Will of Thomas Chiverton of Paul, 26 August. 1604. Proved in London 7th 
Feb., 1605. 



18 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OE CORNWALL. 

q^ habere potui aut debui in tota villa in Boscawen rose et in tota terra dicte ville 
c'm omn'bj per tin' suis in sicco et humido Henrico filio Rob'tl de eadem Boscawen 
rose, &c. sans Dat. 

Sciant et p^'sent' q*^ ego "Will'ms. filius Nicholai Scutoris de Porthenes dedi 
quietu' clamavi et hac p''seuti carta confirmavi unam placeam qui habui in Brewory 
coram capite domus rectoris Sei Pawlia a parte superiori dictis (sic) domus' Henric' 
filio Henrici de Boscawen-rose, &c. sans dat. 

Sciant p''sent' et fatnr' q'^ ego The. de Trewoof inspexi cartam quam Henricus 
filins Henrici de Boscawen rose habuit de Henrico de Boscawen rose et Havisia 
uxori eiusdem in hac verba, &c. sans Dat. 

Reverend in Christo filio et hered. de Tresula ac suis 

Henrico de Boscawen rose salt, quia dedi Henrico filio et heredi meo totam terram 
meam in Landu de crouspoule cum pertin' &c. sans dat. 

Pl'ita apud Westm' coram Robt. de Thorp et socijs suis Justic' d'no Regis de 
Banc' de termin Pasche Anno Regni Regis E. 3. 31. 

Cornub. Johis de Boscawen Rose per Reginaldu' de Triwancamstell attornatu' 
suu' petit versus Thoma' Enedye duo messuagia et medietatem unius acre terre 
c'm p'ten. in Trevelli qui Henricus de Boscawen Rose p'oavus predict' Joh'is cuius 
heres ipse est dedit Rodul))ho filio Phillippi de Trevilli Johanne filie Thome de 
Rosmodres et heredibus de corporibus ipsoru' Radulphi Johanne exeuntibus, 
et que post mortem predictorum Radulphe et Johanne ad p'"fatu' Johanne' 
reverti debent p' formam donationis predict' eo q'' predict' Radulphus et Johanna 
obierunt sine herede de corporibj suis exeuntibus, et unde elicit q'' predict'. 
Henricus de Boscawen proavus &c. fuit seizitus de tent' predict' cum pertin' in 
dominieo suo de feodo et inde tempore pacis temp, dni Regis Edw. patris dni. regis 
nunc cepit ad val . . . . &c. et post modu' predict. Rodulphus et Johanna obierunt 
sine herede de corporibus eorunde' Radi' et Johanne exeuntibus. p' q'' terr. p'dict. 
revertebantur p''dicte Henric' ut Donatori et de ipse Henrico descendebat Jus 
cuidam Henrico ut filio et heridi &c. et de ipse Henric' descendebat ius cuidam 
Johanne ut filio et herid. et de ipse Johanni descendebat ius isti Johanni qui nunc 
petit ut filio et heredi A" regni E. 3. 31. 

Curia Henrici de Boscawen Rose fecit apud Boleth die sabbati prox post festu' 
beate Marie A« Regni Regis E. 1. 30. 

Sciant p''sent. et futuri q'^ ego Joh'es Boscawen Junior dedi concessi et hac 
p''sent! carta mea confirmavi Henrico Giff'ard Magro' D'nie ^ p'sone Ecc'lie de Lanefet 
Joh'i Tremain et Joh'i Boscawen patri meo o'nia maneria mea de Nansavallen, 
Trevaile, Trenancmoor ac o'nia messuag' terras et ten'te mea in Villa de Tregu- 
don, Trenowre, Penwithes, Blaboll et Lamaelt, &c. a° R. Rici 2 undecimo. 

Sciant p''sent. et futur' q'' ego Johes de Treguthnan dedi concessi et hac p''seuti 
carta mea confirmavi Johi de Boscawen I'ose et Johanne filie mei et heredibus de 
corporibus ipsoru' Johis et Johe exeuntibus o'nia messuagea mea et unam acrain 
cornubiencijs terre in Treguthnan &c. una cum homgijs et Servicijs, &c. Johis TuUy, 
Tho. de Prideis, &c. Dat. apud Tregothnan Octavo E. 3. 

Hac Indentura facta inter Vivianu' Penrose Ch''. et Margerie uxore' eius ex p'te 
una, et Joh'em Boscawen et Johanna' uxorem eius ex p'te altra testatu' q'd partes 
p''dict. concordati sunt comunibus amicis intervcnientibus de om'ibus terris et ten'tes 
reditibus et servicijs que fucrunt Odonis de la Landa quondam viram i^redicte 
]\Iargeria et patre predict' Joh'is, et que eidem Margere habet in dotem &c. 
a° regni Regis H. 4. 5. 

' ? Magister iu Diviuitatc, a tenn used A.D. 1365, Vide Du Gauge, Tom. 4, p. 481. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 19 

Osbertus de la Land cepit in uxorem Alicia' filiam Lawrencij Arundell, et 
habuerunt exitus Eurinu' de la Landa qui cepit in uxorem Aliciam filia' Odonis de 
Trevaile et Matilda' filie Johis de Reskimmer sorore Rogeri de reskimmer, qui Rogerus 
Reskimmer dedit duos partes omniu' terraru' suaru' in Tregiddin predictis Odonis de 
Trevaile et Matilde' sororis sue et heridibus de corporibus ipsoru' exeuntibus in 
perpetuu', et p''dictus Eurinus habuit exitu' Odonem de la Land ex p'"dict. Alicia 
filie Odonis de Trevaile et Matilde sororis Rogeri de Reskimmer, et p^'dictus Odo de 
la Land cepit in uxorem Margeria' filia' Rad'i Raoll et habuerunt exitu' Johanna' 
que fuit maritata Johi Boscawen, et p^'dicti Johes et Johanna haberunt exitum 
Johannem, qui cepit in uxorem Roseam filiam Willmi Brett, et habuerunt exitu' 
Hugonam Boscawen qui cepit in uxorem Johannam filiam Rad'i de Trenouth et 
haberunt exitu' Richard'm Boscawenrose qui cepit in uxorem Matildam filiam et 
coheredem Lawrencij Trewonwall et Elionare Treville uxoris eius soror et hered. 
Willm's Treville A° E. IV. 19. et habuerunt exitum Joh'em Boscawen qui maritatus 
fuit Elizab. filie Nicholaij Lower de St. Wynow et habuerunt Hugonem Boscawen 
qui cepit in uxorem Philippam filie et heredem Nicholaij Carmino Armig' et Cathe- 
rine filie et heredis Johis Wolvedon Armigeri et habuerunt exitu' Nicholau' Boscawen 
qui cepit in uxorem Aliciam filia' et heredem Johis Trevanion Armigeri et habuerunt 
exitu' Hugonem Boscawen, et Radagunda' nup. uxorem Will'mi Cooke de Hinam in 
Com. Glocestere Militis. 

This bill indented made at Westm' the fourth daye of July the 20 yeare of o"^ 
souvraing lo. King Henrie the VIL Witnesseth that Thomas Hobbes Clarke hath 
receyved in the name & for y*^ use and behouflPe of o"" said souveraing lord of Rich. 
Boscawen in the Countie of Cornwall Esq. in redie monie V^'^ of lawfall monie of 
England in full paiment of his fine made & given to y'^ Kings grace for his pardon 
to be released fro' the order of Knight of y'= Bathe at y^ creac'on of my Lo. Prince 
Henrie in wittnes whereof either partie interchangeablye have set their scales & 
subscribed theire names y*^ daye & yeare above rehersed. 

p' me Thoma' Hobbes. 

Decimo sext' feb. A° regni Regis E. VI. primo. 
Cornub. 

Recept de Hugonie Boscawen de Tregothnan Arg' p' fine suo milit' attachiat 
coram Rico' Rich. Ro' Southwell et Tho, Moyle Militibus Comissionarijs D'ni Regis 
in ea p'te assignatis Sum' 40^. 

p' "Will'm Alexander. 
Clericu' 

WiMUiJDi Carew Armigero. 

Be it known to all men by these presents y' I John Arundell of Trerise K' late 
sherief of the countie of Cornwall have receyved of Hugh Boscawen Esq. 4 Marks 
of Lawfull monie of England to the kinge & queenes maiesties uses for y' he 
repaired not unto the Coronac'on of the queene, to receyve the order of Knighthood 
in Witnes whereof I the said John Arundell have subscribed my name, & set my 
seale the 18 of Januarie in the first & 2 yeare of King Phillip & Marie. 

John Arundell of Trerise. 



20 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



JSossalD^atfet. 



Sciant presentes & futuri q"^' ego Petrus Bosawsake dedi concessi & hac ]/senti 
carta mea confirmavi Waltero Bosawsak heredibus & assignatis suis om'ia messuagio 
teiT, in villa de Bosawsake <fec. habend. et tenend. &c. Hijs testibj Jobe Penans & 
alijs. Dat' apud Bosawsake A° 5 H. V. 

Seal. 

Pateat Univ''sis p' p'sentes me Petrum Bosawsake dedisse et concessi Joh'e 
Penpan & Joh'em Penwaren demisisse &c. Dat' apud Bosawsack A° 5 H. V. 

Seal. 
Jenkin Bossawsack of Bossawsack=FDa. of ... . 



Raph Bosawsack=f=w"' a Westm'land gent'woman w'^'' was an inherytrix & had a 
j p'te of y' Bartyn called Tregeuha nere S* Ives 



Rich. Bossawsack=j=mar' w^'' a Westm' gent'woman w*^'' was an inheritrix & had a 
of Constinton I p'te of Tremedo' & Boswednock in the pish of Sena"" 



Jo. Bossawsack=j=Christian Da. & Coh. of John Browncowse^ Stethyanne gent, 
of Bossawsack I & hir mother was Da. & cohey. of Jo. Treagowe of Crantock 



I 
Gilbert Bossawsack=f=Elizb. Da. of Jo. Trepconye of y^ pish, of gowlvale Esq. & hir 
of Bossawsack I mother was Da. & Coh. of Keenegine & Crancann nere y*^ Mounte 



John 2 

Sam- 
well 3 



Grace ux' 
Michall 
Bussowe 
of Seelye 



1 



Rich. Bosasack of Bossawsack=Jacquet Da. of Rob. Arun- 



in Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 
Sara Da. of Raph Keete rector 
Ecclia3 de S' Earme & officiall 
of y*^ Diocess of Cornwall 



dell of Camborne Esq. hir 
mother was Da. unto M"" 
Claptone of Warwicksh." & 
hir mother Da. of Gray of y^ 
same sheire 



II I I 

James 2 sone 21 Richards sonne tetat. 19 Thomas 1 sone retat. 29 Elizab. 1 Da. 



RICHARD BOSSAWSACKE. 



' Burncoose in Parish of S' Stithians. 

= Will"' Clapton of Stafford. Vide Arundel! Pedigree ante. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OE CORNWALL. 



23 



Sciant presentes et faturi q'' ego Willms. de Dodustow dedi concessi & hac 
present! carta mea confirmavi Eico. filio Radi. de Dodustow et heredibj. suis de 
corpore Johe. filie Johis. de Erisie exeuntibj omnia messuag. terr. et ten' mea in 
villis de Dodustow, Treyyan et Cliinals, cum omnibj. p'tinentijs, &e. Hijs testibj. 
Johe. de Trewethy Tlio. Rosmorders, Rico. Pendre, Petro Erisi, Ric'o Vivian et 
alijs. Dat. apud Dodustow A° 50 Edward 3. 

Willm. Bosusto of Levan in Com. Cornwall=7= Da. of Duen of Wynier^ 



Raph Bosusto of St. Leran in Com. Cornwall=i=Catherine Da. of Walter Tregosse 



2John Bosusto of Levan=p2 Ann Da. of Mathew Trenwith ^ Glynn 2 sonne 
in Com. Cornwall of St. Ives in Com. Cornwall 



Dorothy Da. of James=p^ Martine Bosusto of Levan 
Erisy of Erysy in in Com. Cornwall fil. et 

com. cornw. 2 wife heres £et. 36 living 1620 



^Margery Da. of Tho. Geere of 
Budyn in com. Cornwall 1 
wife 



Richard 2 fil. ^t. 3 living 1620 John fil. et heres set. 15 1620 

I n R R n 

Willm. 2Eii2ab. ux. ^joaneux. ^^nn ux. i^Cheston"^ both 
2 Sonne John Rich. Thos. — Vun- 

Rashley Geere Hutchins 5 ^Jane ) marr. 

* MARTYN BOSUSTOWE. 



Ursela ux. 

Charles 

Souch 



33iaj>. 



Hen. Bray of Tresudyan3=Margery Da. of Walter Burlassj 
in Com. Cornwall I of Newlyn in Com. Cornwall 



John Bray filius=Katherine Da. of Wilhn 
et heres of Tre- I Isam of Ilbruers in 



suydyan in Cam- 
borne 



Com. Som'set 



Richard 2 



Wilhn 3 



ob. sine 
p'le 



I 
Hen. 

ob. 

s. p. 



1 Dewen of Gwinear. 

' Will of John Bosustow 8 July, 1604. Proved in London 19 June, 1605. All so marked are 
named in the will ; also a brother William, of unsound mind, left in custody of his son Martin. 
^ Treswithen in Parish of Camborne. '' Burlace ? 

* Extended in Harl. MSS. 1079, fo. 115 and 116, 



24 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



Mary ux. 

Peter nx. John 

Treunwith James 



Katherine George Bray of Tre- 
suydyan fil. et heres 
£et. 54 livino; 1620 



=Elizab. Da. of Hen. Dan- 
vers of Dancy in Com. 
Wilts 2 Brother to S"" 
John Danvers 



Willm 2 
son mar. 
ye Da. of 



Hen, Bray fil. et heres set. 24 liveing 1620 Amies 2 son xt. 23 Willm 3 fil. fet. 22 

GEORGE BRAY. 



33uIUr. 

Ralfe BuUer of Wood Esq.= 



John Buller=pAnn da. of Roger Staly. Arg* 
Sonne & heir a chev' betwene 3 A B. 



John Buller Esq, Sonne & heir=j=. . . . da. of Gourney 
I 



John Buller Esq.i=j=. ... da. & heire of Jo. Beauchamp of Lillesdon 



John Buller of Lillesdon Esq.=pAnn da. & heir of Nich. Chedington 
^1 

John Buller of Lillesdon Esq.=j=Thamasine da. of Orchard 



John Buller of Lillesdon=i= Alice da. of Sidnam of Brampton 
^1 

Ann da. of Giles Lo.==Allexander Buller=j=Elizabeth da. of S"" John 
Daubney 1 wife | Horsey K* 2 wife 



I I I 

John Bull cr=Doro thy da. of S'' Francis Buller of=Thomasine da. Mary wife to 



Sonne & heir 



A 



Jo. Kellaway K' 



Shillingham 2 
Sonne 



B 



of Tho. Wil- 
liams Esq, 



Thomas 
Wise of Sid- 
cnham K^ 



* He is called Nicholas Buller in the Pedigree in Coll. of Arms. 

- A descent is left out here in the original MS., viz.. Richard Buller, who married Margaret, 
daughter and coheiress of Thomas Trcthcrffe, and widow of Edward Courtney of Lanrake. It is 
entered in Heralds' College Pedigree, and Harl. MSS. 1079. and is proved by Inq. p. Mort. 
Alexander Buller. 18 Hen. VIII., No. 17. Eichard Buller's will, dated in Nov.. 1.555, is recited 
in Inq. P. M. 2 and 3 Phil, and Mary, part 1, No. 5 ; his wife Margaret sole executrix ; he names 
his son Francis, daughter Mary, son-in-law Edward Courtney, .son-in-law Peter Courtney, his 
cousin John Buller, 2'' son of his nephew John Buller, his sister Abbyugton, and uncle Thos. 
Buller. Margaret, his widow, died 28 June, 1576 ; and Peter Courtney, Esq.. her son and heir, 
was aged 40 years and more. Vide Inq. P. M. Margaret Buller. 18 Eliz.. part 1, No. 22. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



25 



Al 



John Buller of= Elizab. da. Margaret 1 wife S'' Eichard Bnller= 



Lillesdon in 
Com. Som'set 
Esq. 1584 



of S'' John to Rich. Kendall of Shillingham K* 
Rogers K*^ ofTreworgye& now living 1620 

after to S-" Tho. 

Honnywood of Kent K*^ 



= Alice da. of 
S"^ Rowland 
Haward of 
London K' 



George Robert 3 
Sonne — 

& heir Richard 5 

John 2 

Beniamin 



I IN 

Francis Buller George 2 
Sonne & heir — 

£etat.l7Annores Richard 3 
1620 — 

John 4 

Anthony 5 



■ • U III 

Catheryne wife to Julian 2 
James Parker of — 
Blisland Alice 3 

Mary 4 



2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 I II 

Thomasine Mary wife Margery Frances wife Emlyn Mathew 2 

wife to Rob't to Arthur wife to to John Vivyan wife to — 

Dodson of Burell Piers Man- of S' CuUomb Henry Francis 3 

Haye nington Chiverton 

RICH. BULLER. 



JSurell 

Arms. — A r. on bend Sa. 3 Stags' heds cahosed Or. 



Radus Burell= 



Walterus Wodeland Mile^ 



T 



Radus Burell^Sermonda fil. et coh. Walteri Hillaria fil. et Coh. uxor 

fil. et heres Wodeland militis a° 19 E. II. Radi at Will de Tavistock 



Johes Burell fil. et heres=F 



Johes Burell ^ a" 44 E. III. et 5 Ri. II.=FAlicia uxor eius 



Walterus Burell A" 2 H. VI.==Alicia fil. 



Walterus Burell=f= 



Johes Burell de Wodeland= 

|A 



Ped. Fin. 8 Hen. IV., No. 4. Lands in Trematon, Barrell, Saltash, &c. 



26 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

I A 

^Walterus Burell fil. et heres=7= 



2"WillmsBurellfil.ethiBres==Elizab. fil Hillersdon de Memland in Com. Devon 



Kob'tus Burell fil. et h£ere==Maro;areta fil. et Coh. Leonard! Gifford de Yoe 



Thomas Burell= Agnes Da. of John Crocker of Andrew ob. sine 
de Wodeland Liuham in Com. Devon. Esq. prole 2 fil. 



Arthur Burell de Burell iuxta=Maria fil. Francisci BuUer et Thomas 2 fil. mar. 
Salt Ash in Com. Cornub. I soror Rici Buller Militis Alice Da. 



Margaret Arthur fil. et 2. John jet. 13 4. James 4 I.Mary 
ob. s. p. heres tetat. 14 — — 

3. Thomas 10 2. Philaclia 



3. A2:neta 



ART^^ BURELL. 



Ellice Burgesse of Trwro in Com. Cornwall= 

^1 

I 
Tho. Burgesse of Trwi'o=Honor Da. of Hump. Sidnam of Tregonie 



HumjDh. Anneux'. Hen. 2 sone=Jane Da.of Tho. Bur=Elizb.*Da. Jane^ux'' 



2 Rob.Tre- 

— thewye 
Rich. 3 



Leiuften- 
nant of 
Truro 



the fore- 
said An- 
tho. Pye. 



gesse of 
Trwro 
living^ 
1620 



of Antho. Ephram 
Pye gent Boniter 



I I I 
John « 2 



Calip 
Josua 
Humph.114 Twinsi2 



I I 



Janes^^ Rob.''' 1 sone Honor 1 Constance^ 3 
— t\3t. 18 1620 — — 

Hen. 10 3 Josuah Allicia Anne 2 Elizb.^ 4 



THO. BURGES. 



' Inq. P. M. 21 Edw. IV., No. 37. He died 13 Aug., 21 Edw. IV. 
- Aged 8 years at time of Father's death. " Bapt. 13 Feb., 1613-4 

3 M.P. for Triiro 1 and 21 James I. ^ ~ 

■> Mar. 27 Nov., 1598. >" 

5 Bapt. 12 August, 1599. " 

6 „ 3 Feb., 1604-5. »2 
^ „ 29 August, 1602. " 



30 Dec., 1617. 
12 March, 1606. 
17 Sept., 1612. 
8 Sept., 1611. 
24 Nov., 1616. 

Trnro Parish Registers. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 27 

3Susbarfi:us. 

John Busvargus of S' Just in Com. Corw.=Jenefer Da. of Jno. Sparnon 



John BiasYargus==Mary Da. of Tho. Randall of . . . 

I i \ ^1 

Alice mar.to Nich. John Bus-= Agnes Da. of John Hill 2. Elizab. 3. Tomazin 
Bolson of Pauls vergus of Grwendon in Comw. 



JOHN BUSVARGUS. 



Arms. — Azure three griffins' heads erased 2, 1, Arg. quartering Arg. a chevron Sa. 
hetw. three estoiles gules. 

Edmond Byll ^ of Stoke in Com. Cornw.=Isaball Da. & hey. of John Skenoke 



Wm. Bile of St. Stephens in= 
Com. Cornw. 2 sonne 



=Phillip Da. of Robt Hill 
of Helligam in Cornwall 



Christopher Bill of Santon Christ' Bile of Santon in=Agath. da. of John Arondell 
testified by M"' Estcott in Cornwall liveing 1620 
the olde visitation {an 
interpolation.) 



of Bliston in Com. Cornwall 



Gorge 2 Grenvile sone Christopher Marye 1 
— & heire at. 9 4 sonne — 

Barnard 3 1620 Agathe 2 



By mee 

CHRYSTOP. BYLL. 



^ Sampson Byll, eldest son of Edmund, in a Chancery Suit, 12 June, 1678 (Elizb. B & A. S. a. 
6. No. 36), names his brother John, whose wife was Mary, and da. Alice. Descents from Sampson 
Byll are also registered in the Coll. of Arms. 

* There are numerous entries of the name of Beele in the Registers of the Par. of St. Ewe. 
This pedigree is much extended in Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 191-2. 

Roger Beyle, M.P. for Launceston, 6 Ed. III. 

Walter Byle of Lanecote, M.P. for Laimceston 6 Ed. III. 



28 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



3Sprli. 



Christ' Bvrd of Stoke in Sussex bnt===Joane Da. of Holmes 



came fi'o" Saflfron Waldon in Esex 



in Sussex 



Tho. Byrd of= 
Chichester 



iJoane Da.of Lick- 
fald of Sussex 



John Byrd of Aple-=Cicilye Da.of Adryan 



di'um in Sussex 



Mason of Southampton 



Thomas=Ellino'" 



Byi-d 



Da.of 

Beets 

of 

hert- 

fordsh. 



I 
Geo. Byrd of 
BarneinDor- 
setsh. mar. 
Judith Da.of 
Seward of 
Dowlans 



I 
Christop. Byrd 



Raph Byi'd of 
Tremeer in 
Cornw. maried 
Rebecka Da. of 
Hen. Blaxton of 
Blaxton Halle in 
theBish.of Dirw' 
Doctor of Divinitie 



1 I 2 

MarvDa.^Willm'=FGrace da. 



of Hugh 
Bosca- 
wen of 
Treofow- 



Byrd 

of 

Toye 



ofWm. 
Frye of 
Somer- 
setsheire 



I 
John Bvrd 



Not signed. 



CartVo; 



Tho. Carew of Anthony Esq.= 



=Elizb. Da. of S'' Rich. Edg-comb 
of Edgcomb in Cornw. 



S'' George Carew= 
Kt. M'- of the 
Court of Wardes 



^Thomazin 
Da. of S-- 
Fran. 
Godolphin 



Fran. Carew sone & hey. 



Rich. Carew*=pJulian Da. of John 



of Anthony 
Esq. liveing 
1620 



Arundell of Trerice 
& Cohey. to hir mo- 
ther Katherin Cos- 
worth. 



I 
Elizb. ux' Jam. 
Erisy of Erisey 
in Cornw. 



' Author of the ' Survey of Cornwall,' 

* Cacrau pi. of Caer, a wall, mound, or fortress. Pugh. For Caerau, or the Camps, see 
Fenton's Pembrokeshire, p. 578. Kaeryw family, see Lewys D\vini. by Sir Sam. Meyrick ; and 
for Carrw, Karreu, Carru, Uarrow, and other various spellings of the name on Deeds, see Harl. 
MS. 3288, ftj. 151-2. See also Nicholas' Annals and Autiq. of Wales, vol. ii., p. 853. '■^Cacrau, 
by helpless foreign tongues pronounced Ceirov." 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



29 



|A 



Hoby 3^ 

Sonne 

mar. 



I 
Rich. Carew^= 
of Anthonie 
sone & heyre 
liveing 1620 



Thomas 1 Titus 2 



=Bridg* da. 
of John 
Chudleigh 
of Chud- 
leigh in 
Devon 



John Oarew 
2 sone mar. 
AJice da. of 
Jo. Hilman 
of Furland ^ 

Caudace 



Georg.3 4 
Wymond 5 



Gertrude 1 ux'" 
Jo. Arundell, 
of Talverne in 
Cornw. 2 to 
W™ Carey of 
Clovelley in 
Devon 



1 1 

Elizab. 1 


Mary 3 


Alex, sone & 


— 


— 


heire as tat. 10 


Martha 2 


Gartrude 
4 da. 


1620 



Anne uxor Fran. Godolphin of 
Treverege in Cornwall. 



Loveday Katherine. 



GEOR. CAREW. 



> Rich. Carew mar. Miss Rolle of Heanton, as 2nd wife, and had by her two sons, John and 
Thomas of Barley near Exeter, from the latter the Sawles of Penrice descend, inheriting Barley. 

2 Al's Helman or Holman, mar. at S' Thomas, Exeter, 9 Dec, 1615. This John Carew was 
styled the "One handed" from having lost his right hand at the siege of Ostend, A.D. 1601. 
He afterwards settled as a Merchant in Mevagissey. His son Richard died without issue, and his 
five daughters and coheiresses married into the Hoblyn, Tremayne, and Trevanion families. 

' George Carew mar. Jane Hockin at Lanteglos by Camelford, 15 Feb., 1624-5, and his 
numerous descendants appear on the Parish Registers to this day. They contemplated laying 
claim to the Anthony estates about the commencement of the present century. Mr. William 
Carew, Mayor of Camelford, was buried 7 March, 1737. 

^ Born 30 August, 1609, and baptized at Anthony 4 Sept., 1609. Par. Reg. 

* As the descendants of the distinguished family of Carew are still numerous in the Counties 
of Cornwall and Devon, a more extended notice than ordinary may not be out of place. The 
earlier generations have been somewhat confused, but the following extract from Su- Simon 
D'Ewes' Collection, vol. ii., fo. 87, Harl. MS. 380, may be relied on. It is entitled " The Copy of 
a Descent of Carew wi-itten on paper remaining in the Earl of Arundel's librarie being as 
foUoweth, which seemes to be the very trath faithfully transcribed out of and compared with the 
original A° D'n. leie." 

" Johannes Dei gratia rex Anglige &c. sciatis quod reddimus et hac carta nostra confirmavi- 
mus Willo de Carrio Manerium de Mulesford, cum pertinenciis suis quod Henricus rex avus Regis 
Henrici patris n're dedit Geraldo filio Walteri, Avo Odonis patris predicti WilUelmi de Carrio 
tenendum &c." (This confirmation is well known.) 

"Walter 

Gerald son of Walter 

I 
William Fitz Gerold 

Odio de Carrio 

I 
William de Carrio 

Nicholas de Carrio 

William de Can'io 

Nicholas de Carrio 



Nicholas de Carrio.' 



30 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



The following Pedigree, compiled partly from Harl. MS. 1155, and partly fi'om the Carew 
MSS., vol. 626, fo. 89, at Lambeth Palace (in the hand-writing of George Carew, Earl of Totnes), 
will throw additional light on the origin of other noble houses deriving from the same source. 

Otheus, Constable of Windsor temp. Ed. Confess. 



I 
Walter Constable of Windsor=T=Gladys da. of Rywallon ap Conwyn Pr. of Wales.* 



T 



William, eldest 
son of whom 
the LordsWind- 
sor descend. 



Giraldus de Windsor 2'"' son=f:Nesta dau. to Rees ap Theodor= 



was Constable of Pembroke, 
to whom K. Hen. I. gave the 
Manor of Moulesf ord in Berk- 
shire. 



Maur Pr. of Wales, had children 
by Hen. I. 

I 
Henry, sl'n in Anglesea of whom 
the Mylers descend. 



=Stephen Con- 
stable of 
Abertivi in 
Wales 



I 
Dau. mar. 
Barry of 
whom the 
Lord 
Barry 
Visct. 
Butevant ? 
descend 



2 David 1 William: 

Archdeacon Fitzgerald 
of Cardigan lived at 
and Bp. of Pembroke 



S' David's 



and there 
died 1173. 



3 Maurice Fitzgerald 
went into Ireland 
with Earl Strongbow 
and died there, of 
whom the Geraldines 
are descended. Der- 
mot Mac Morrough 
gave him Wexford 
Town. 



Eobert Fitz Stephen went into 
Ireland with his brother Mau- 
rice & had by the gift of King 
H. II. the one half of the king- 
dom of Cork at 30 knight's fees 
and died without issue, when his 
nephew Eaymond possessed the 
same. Myles Cogan, another 
nephew of Eobert, had the other 
half of Cork by gift of K. H. II. 



Eaymundus surn.le Gros bur. in=Priscilla 
the Abbey of Molana near unto sister to 
Youghal. after whose death the Eic. 
Carews y' were issued fro' Odo Strongbow 
had all his landes wh. he had of E.of Pem- 
Fitz Stephen. Of this Eaymoud's broke s.p. 
na,tural children the Lord Fitz- 
morice of Kerry, the Baron of 
Brentchurch. the families of Pen- 
dergast and Graces do descend. 



Odo Carrio now called Carew=^Marg' da. of Eic. 
in Pembrokeshire in Wales. I son of Tancred. 



Wiilms Dn's de Carrio. (°)=^ 
to whom King John re- I 
stored the Lo. of Moules- I 
ford in Berksh. wh. K. ! 
Hen. I. gave unto Walter 1 
the father of Gerald. 



Nicholas infra set. 16. H. III.=pKath'n da. & coh. of Myles Lord Courcye."' 



Solomon. Walter. 

- I 

Stephen. Tho. 

Rob. 



Tho. 



I 
Morice. 



William: 



T 



Maurice 
s.p. 



Eobert bur. at Nicholas C") Baron=^Avice da. & heir of Eic. Tuitt of Marston, renupta 



Kilkenny s. p. of Carew 5 E. II. 



Car. MSS., Vol. 635. 



Willo Appledore. or Appeldryffeld. 
(Glover, Harl. MS. 245.) 



Sir Nich. Lord Carew=FAvice da. & heyre of Digon Baron of Odrone in Ireland. 



T 



2 Thos. 
deC. 



(1) Elinor da. & heir=T=John CaiTeu Lord: 



of W" Mohuu of 
Ottery. 



ofO.&c.ob.l7E.2. 



:(2) Joan da. of 
Sir Gilbert 
Talbot. 

B 



I I 

3 Will de David de C. 
Carrew | 

Knt. David. 

(Glover, Deeds 
Hart. MSS. 245.) 



(•) The MSS. differ here. The Harl. MS. 1155 states that this William de Carrio left a dau. 
& hcyre, married to Adam de Montgomery, whose posterity assumed the name of Carew ; but the 
Earl of Totnes" MS. continues male line as given. The Inq. P. M. of Ada de Montgomerie, A° 
18 Ed. I., No. 5, gives Thomas, his son, xt. 30, and Eobert, !Et. 18, his son, by Isabel de Constantin, 
as his heirs. 

CO Vol. 626, Carew MSS., gives,— 

Nich. de C. Lord of Mulesford,=Avice, sist. & heyr to John son to 
Carreu, and Idron. Hugh Peverell. 

Harl. 3288, cites the gift of the Man' Weston Peverell, jux. Plym", by John Peverell, to his sister 
Amicia and her husb. Nich. C, followed by a note of "the Office of Walliugford, taken 2 E, III. 
1328." wherein she was declared sister and heir of David Martyn, Bp. of St. David's. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



31 



|A 



|B 



Nicholas Lo. Carew=Eliiior da. of John ob.=f (1) Marg' da. of John Mohvm=(2) Elizb. Corbet 
s.p. 17 E. 2. Ric. Lo. Talbot 36 E. 3. I Lo. of Dunster. 



John =pAgnes 



o. V. p. 
s.p. 

Nich. 

G. V.p 
S.p. 



dau. 
of Sir 
Will. 
Martin. 



Sir Leonard= 
Carew Miles 
set. 20. 36. E. 
3. ob. 44 E. 
3. 



M/ 



:Alice da. to Edmund Fitz Alan de Arundel, Knt. younger brother 
to Richard, 13 Earl of Arundel, intended for the Church, but 
afterwards knighted (Barne's Hist. Ed. III., p. 463) a.d. 1352, 
and married Sibil dau. of Will. Montacute Earl of Salisb. He 
had one daughter Alice married to Leonard Lord Carew of 
Mulesford. Ashm. MSS. 8467. Had grants of land in Devon. 
Pat. Roll. 38 Ed. 3. p. 1. m. 14. Inq. P. M. 48 Ed. III. 2"'' numb. 
N" 9 names no heir. 



Tho. de Carrew^Elizb. d. & h.(?) 
Baron Hydi-on of SirWill. Bon- 
ob. 9 H. VI. ville of Shute. 



Odo Le Erce- 
dekne. Esc. 5. 
E. in. No. 33. 



^Matilda Tho. de la Roche= 
Lord of Roche & 
Pill . Pembrokesh. 



Tho. L. Ercedekne=^Alice, coheir. 



Sir John L. Ercedekne=T=Cecilia d. & h. of Jordan de Haccomb. 



Sir Warren L. Ercedekne.=T=Elizb. dau. & coh. of Sir John Talbot of Richard's Castle, de- 
scended from the heiress of Rhys ap Grifiath Prince of S. Wales. 

Sir Hugh Courtney, descended from Humph de Bohun and Elizb. dau. of=pPhilippa dau. 



Ed. I. their dau. Marg' carried Powderham in marriage to Courtney. 



and coheir 



Hugh.* Nicholas Carew Bar. Hydron=T=Joane da. of Sir Hugh 



ffit. 22. 9. H. VI. 



Courteney and co- 
heiress of her mother. 



=2"* S' Rob' Vere from 
whom the Earls of 
Oxford descended. 



2 Nich. C. 
of Hac- 
comb. 



1 Tho. Carew=T=Joane da. & coh. of 



de Mohuns 
Ottery. Baron 
Carew. Esc.25 
H. VI. 



Tho. Carminow re- 
nupta Halnathe 
Maleverer. Will 
P.C.C. Blamye 73. 
12 Ap. 1502. 



3 Hugh 
s.p. 



4 Alexander=?=Isabel dau, 



of Anthony. 



of Hatch. 



5 Will. C. 
Knt. of 
Burye. 



John C.: 



=Thomazin dau. & h. 
of Roger Holland. 



Nich.C) Baron Carew^Margt. eldest sist. & coh. to John 



set. 22. 25. H. VI. ob. 
11 E. IV. 



Lo. Dinham. Lord Treasurer of 
England. 



S' Wymond Carew.=pMartha Dennis 
Thos. Vide ped., p. 28. 



Sir John=pdau. of 


1 Edmund= 


Carew. | Champer- 


Bar. Carew 


SJ/nown. 


set. 6. 11 


^dau. to 


Ed. IV. 


Willough- 




by de 




Broke. 





:Catherine (will Prin. Co. Can. Holder. Jane=Rob. Cary of 

4. 1517) dau. and coh. of Sir Will. Hud- Corkington 

dersfield (will prob. Lamb. 6 July, 1499) from whom 

by Elizb. da. Sc h. of Bozom. of Devon. the Earls of 

Ancestors of the Dukes of Bedford, Sir Mt. Edg- 

Walter Raleigh, and the Champer- cumb and 

nowns. Elizb. Bozom married 1^' Sir Prideaux of 

! Baldwin Fulford, from which marriage Padstow. 
descended Henry Bozon Carey, K.G. 
Lord Hunsdon, and Robert Devreux 
Earl of Essex. 
c 

(*) This Nich. Lord Carew, and his wife Margt., were buried in Westminster Abbey, among 
the kings and queens of England. Vide Hals. Cornw. 

* These are all from Sir John Maclean's ' Life of Sir Peter Carew.' 



32 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



1 SirWiU. C; 
of Ottery 
Mohun. 



:Joane dau. of Sir 
Will. CourteneyC') 
of Powderham. 



(2) Anne da.=f=2 Thos. C.=j=(l) da. & heir of "Willm. Anne 
of Hurst of of Bickley Humph. Courte- — — 

I ney of Bickley. John 



Exeter. 



Sir George=da. of Sir Eich. Thomazine=Tho. Kirk- 
Pollard. (Cicily, ham of 
=Sist. of Henry Harl.807.) Devon. 
Lord Norreys.('') 



Philip Knt. of 
Malta s.p. slain 
by the Turks. 



Sir Peter C. married Margt. dau. of S' W°> Skipvrith 
widow of George Lord Tallxiis. ob. s. p. in Ireland. 
1575. Will P.C.C. Carew 1. This Sir Peter recovered 
the Barony of Odrone or Idrone in Ireland, by right 
of inheritance. 



William. 



Humph.: 



John of= 
Bickley 
s.p. = 



Isabel. 

both 
Charles Nuns. 

George. 

All died 
young. 



=Katherine dau. 
of Stukeley. 
:dau. of S« Clair. 



John. 



George Carew, D.D.= 
Dean of the Queen's 
Chapel at Windsor. 
Will Prin. Co. Cant. 
1583. Eowe40. Wit- 
nesses, Walter Dow- 
rish, Peter & George 
Carew. 



:Anne dau. of Sir Sir Gawen=:(l) Anne sister of Charles Kat'n m. S' 

Nicholas Harvey Carew of Brandon Duke of Suffolk, & Philip 

ancestor of the Wood. vridowof Sir John Shillstone Champemon 

Barons Kidbroke Will P.C.C.=(2) Mary dau. of Wotten of whence the 

and Marquis of 1586. Kent & widow of Sir Henry Prideaux of 

Bristol. Will Bradnell Guildford. Prideaux 

Prin. Co. Cant. 34 s. p. =(3) Elizabeth dau. of Sir Place 

1605. Hay. 61. John Norrish. Padstow 



Mary =^Walter Dowrish of Dowrish Devon, bur. in Sandford Church Devon. A.D. 1604. Elizb. 
Carew. I Brass Tablet lately restored. (For contimiation of her line see Sir John died 
1 Maclean, ^Beanei-y of Trigg, part Bodmin.'') young. 



Peter Carew sl'n in Ireland=j=Awdrey dau. to W™ Gardiner 
1580. held the Bar. of of Grove in Bucks, mar. 2""' to 

Odrone Admon. 1581 to Sir Edm. Vemey. 

relict. I 

Anne=Will"' s. & h. to Sir Tho. WUford. no issue, 
d.&h. 2'"' to Sir Alan Apsley. 



Peter Apsley. s.p. Adm. granted 1661 to Sir Alan 
Apsley, the half brother. 



Geo. Carew Bar. Clopton:= Joyce dau. 
E. of Totnes. held Bar. & coh. of 
of Odrone & sold it to WiU.Clop- 
Dudley Bagnall. Will ton of 
1625 P. P. C. Ridley 36 Clopton in 
s. p. Compiler of the Warvrick- 
Carew MSS. lately calen- shire. 
dered at the Record 
Office. In Wood's Athense. 
is given a diary of the 
principal events in the 
life of the Earl of Totnes, 
read before the Soc. of 
Antiquaries in 1794. 



(") Sir Simon D'Ewes, Harl. MS. 380. 

Tlie family possessions were vei-y extensive in the Kingdom of Ireland. " In the book of 
the tenures called the White Book, remayning in the Exchequier at Dublin," it is thus recorded, 
that in Cork Rob' Carew held 30 Services." (Carew MSS., Vol. 635, fo. 41.) A list is given of 
" the landes wh. the Ancestors of S' Peter Carewe did possess in the Countries of Cork, Desmond, 
and Kerry and by him claymed as his inheritance," representing 68 horse and 2600 foot. 
"Besides the lands here mentioned with the Countie of Cork the Carews at that tyme had landes 
in sundrye other Counties, viz. in Catherloghe, the Baronie of Odrone, and in Methe the Barony 
of Marston Tute, etc., Stellonorgan and other landes in Dublin, much lande in the Countie of 
Waterford and ells where." In A.D. 1568 (Rot. Pat. Banc. 14" Eliz., Dublin) it appears " that 
Sir Peter Carewe Knight was foimde as trewe and lawful heyi'e to the Baronye of Odrone als 
Hydrone." (Carew MSS.) Sir Peter bequeathed this Barony by Will to his Cousin Sir Peter with 
remainder to George Carew, who successively entered into possession, and Geo. C, the last holder, 
sold it. The great extent of the Carew territories in Ireland was subject of disquietude to the 
State. King Edw. III. gave the Wardship of John Carew in respect to the Irish lands to his 
Queen Philippa. (Carew MSS.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 33 



Cartto. 



S'' Mathew Carie ^=j=Elizab. fil. et coh. S'" James Cromar Willm 
first son of Tunsted in Kent 2 films 



I 
Eliza.2 filia 



Not signed. 



Carminoiye* 

Arms. — Az. a lend Or, tvitli a label of three Oules. 
Crest. — A dolphin embqwed Or. 

(The shield is drawn for twelve quarters, eleven left blank.) 

Oliverus de Carmynowe Mile concessit om'ia Blada sua in terris crescentia ac 
etiam om'ia mobilia et immobilia Rogero de Carmynowe filio suo pro centu' Libris 
Stirlingeru.' Dat. apud Carmynowe A° regni Regis Edw. terrtij post conquest. 
Augiige duodecimo A° Domini 1338. 

Seal. — Circular, enclosing a shield charged with a lend only, itiscribed siaiLLVM. 

OLIVERI. DE. CARMYNOW. 

Thomas de Carmynow prted le prendru Elizabeth filie Au Meunsier Raufe 
Beaupoll, Chivaler, a sa femme p' le Chart, fait au temps Edwardi tierce Le Ann. 
de son Reige 31 ann. 1357. 

Seal. — Similar to the above, but inscribed + sigillvm thome carminow. 
Roger Carmynow^ =i=Katherin Da. of Sherley 

' Sir Matthew Carew, LL.D., father of this Sir Matthew, married Alice Ingpenny, widow of 
Sir John Kivers, Mayor of London ; he was uncle of Eichard Carew the historian, and was buried 
in London, at St. Dunstan's in the West, 2 August, 1618, where the inscription on his monument 
throws a difEerent light on the story told by Eichard Carew in his Survey respecting the quarrel 
between Joan Courtenay, heiress of Archedekne, and Thomas Carew, her eldest son. It states 
that the said Thomas Carew having been sufficiently well provided for by his patrimonial in- 
heritance, out of maternal solicitude, and in no vindictive spirit, Joan distrilDuted her own 
seventeen manors among her youngest sons. The inscription on Sir Matthew's tablet, names 
only three children, — Matthew, Thomas, and Martha ; but in the Eegisters of St. Dunstan's we 
find the following entries of baptism, viz. — 

Elizabeth, da. of Mr. Doctor Carye, 13 Nov., 1580 ; 

Wymond, Sonne of Mathewe Carewe, Doctor, and one of ye Masters 

of the Chauncery Dec. 11, 1586 ; 

Walter, son of ditto 8 July, 1588 ; 

= Baptised at S' Dunstan's in the West, London, 28 May, 1615. 

3 Oliver Carmino, father of this Eoger, was son and heii- of Eoger Carmine, and set. 30 et 
amplius 2 Ed. II. (Inq. p. mort. 2 Edw. II., No. 73), and it appears from an Inq. p. mort. 19 
Eich. II., No. 15, that Johanna was daughter and heiress of Thomas Carminowe, and a Ward 
of the King, and that she died on the 21 Feb., 1396, when John Arundell, set. 28, and John 

F 



34 THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

" 1^^ 

John Carmjiiow K* 2 son^Anne Maryett Tho. Carmyno'w fil. et hEer.=f= JaneWalsbury 



Waiter CarmT-=p Alice Jane mar. to y^ great Arundell Phillip mar. to S' John 
now knight I Bloy called Ai'undell of Lanherne Trererthen to whom &c. 



Willm Carminowe ^ 2 son miles Raphe who was by a brase of Greyhounds 

mar. Margaret Kelly=r pulled over a Chff and died - 



Walter Carmy-=pJane Da. of Eic. Thomas^ mar. Nicholas* 2 sonne mar. Ahce 
nowe 3 fil. Resprin & had issue Da. of Polmarva et ob. s. prole 



John Cai-mynowe=T=Phillip Da. & Cohey. of John 
filius et heres i Trenwith of Fentoncfollon 



Thomas Carminowe of y^=pElizab. Da. of John mar. ]\[argt 1 Da. & 
Privy Chamb. to H. 8 I Chesman Coh. of Ric. Champ'non 



John Carmynowe ^ de Fentengollen=j=Margaret ^ Da. of Chris- 



fil. et haer. 



topher Tredenneck 



I 

George Carmynowe fil.=pJane Da. of Oliver Cannynowe ' fil. et hferes mar. 

2 et heres fratris | John Lowi-e Maiy Da. of Peter Coriton 



I I I 

Thomas Carmynowe=pBlanchia filia et. Coh. Anne mar. to Margaret 2 fil. et 

dePolmaganin Tho. Helliard de Lost- Will'm Salter Coh.nuptaPhillippi 

Com. Cornw. withiell in Com. Cornw. of Dorsetsh. Cole de Com. Devon 

B 

Trevarthian, set. 36, were found to be her next heirs, viz. John Arundell, son of John Anuidell, Kt., 
son of Elizaljeth, da. of OUver Carminowe, Kt., father of Roger Carminowe. Kt., father of Thomas 
Carminowe, Kt.. father of Thomas Carminowe, Esq.. father of the said Johanna Carminowe ; and 
John Trevarthian was son of Matilda, the other daughter of the aforesaid Oliver Carminowe, Kt. 
It would therefore appear by the reversions in this Inq. that John Carminow. Kt., given in the 
pedigree and leaving male issue, could not have Ijeen 2nd son of Roger Carminowe. 

' Inq. p. m. William Carminow, 8 Hen. lY. No. 16, John son and heir, set. 23. 

- Inq. p. m. Ralph Carmynowe, 10 Rich. II. No. 11, William Carminowe brother and heir. 

^ Thomas was uncle and heir of John Carminowe, son of John Carminow in the writ named. 
Inq. p. m. John C. 8 Hen. V. Xo. 99. 

•• Inq. p. m, Nicliolas Carminow, 11 Ed. IV. No. 44. A certain WilKam Carminow. Ar., 
was father of said Nicholas, and Johanna, ast. about 40 [the widow of Sir Thomas Carew]. now 
wife of Halnatha Maleverer, is next heir of said William, viz. da. & heir of Thomas, the uncle, and 
heir of .lohn, son and heir of John, son and heir of said William Carminow. 

* John Carminow bur. 1592. \ 

« Margaret Carminow wid. bur. 1593. St. Michael 

7 Oliver Carmynowe. Esq., bur. 23 Dec, 1597. I Penkivel 

Juell Carmynowe, Gent., bur. 18 Dec, 1597. / Par. 

Mary widow of Oliver Carminowe, deceased, bur. 5 April, 1618. [ Registers. 
Margaret daughter of Oliver Carminowe bur. I 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 35 

L^ 

I ! I \ ^1 

Thomas Carmynow fil. et Will'ms Carminow 2 1. Jane 2. Blanch 3. Elizab. 
haer. atat. 18 annoru' 1620 fil. set. 11 annoru' 8etat.21 tet. get. 

THO. CAKMYNOWE. 



Carnselue. 



1317126 



W'" Carnsewe of S' Kue in=f Jane Da. of Edm. Stradlinge of 
Com. Cornw. S' Donnetts in Wales. 



Will'm 1 sonne=Hono'' Da. of Jo. Geo. Carnsew 2 sonne^pThomazin Da. of John 



of S' Kue 



Fitz of Tavistock of S' Kue in Com. 
in Devon Cornwall 



Nicholl of S* Kue in 
Com. Cornwall 



Fran. Car 
of Philly 
Cornwall 
ing 1620 



nsew'= 
in 
live- 



1| 2| 3| 

=Mary Da. of Hono'"uxor Anne uxor Hugh Marg*^uxor Jo. Lukie 

JohnWebber Jo. Joliffe Prust of Hart- of Helland in Corn- 

of S* Kue^ in Devon^ land in Devon wall* 



Geo. 1 sone tetat, 
16. 1620^ 



Mathew 2 
Francis 3 



I 
Phillip 
lDa.6 



Mary 
2 Da. 



FRANCIS CARNSEWE. 



St. Kew Par. Keg. 



1 Bapt. 10 Nov., 1572. 

■ Mar. 26 Jan., 160i. Bur. 29 Jan., 164g. 

3 Mar. 5 Nov., 1582. 

* Mar. 4 June, 1599. 

5 Bapt. 2 March, 1602. 

« Bapt. 9 June, 1606. 

* Roger de Carminow, called to answer to the King for his Manor of Wynyanton, said that 
Richard, formerly Earl of Cornwall, gave to a certain Gervaise de Hornycote, his ancestor, the 
manors of Wynyanton, Merthyn, and Tamerton, to which the aforesaid belongs in exchange for 
the Manor of Bochym, etc., which exchange King Henry, father of this King (Ed. I.) ratified, 
and which same charter and deed Roger presents. — Assize Roll, M. ") 

1 y2 M. 32. 30 Ed. 1. 
20) 
Roger de Carmynow tenet man'ia Wynyenton & Mervyn in excamb. maner' de Bochym et 
Tyntagel que comes modo tenet. — Assize Roll, M. ) 

1 U M. 14. 
20 j 
Gervasius (Homacote) Pad. fin. 40 Hen. III. Mich, 23. Gervas de Hornyngecote q. etc. 



San-a. dau. k heii- to her niece Margery Cenota dau. & li. 



Assize Roll, 
Mich.30 Ed 



, M.) M. ) 

1 yi also 1 y 

.1 91 ) 21 ) 



2 M. 21. 



John s. & h. Roger de Carminow bro. Margery d. & 
s.p. and heir to John h. s. p. 

Ibid. M. 14. Rog'us de Carmyno petit v'su' Pet'm de Lancuck decern acr. tre. etc. etc. in 
Est Dysart and West Dysart in quas id'm Petr'us no' h't. ingrm. nisi p. Will'm Lancuck q. inde 
injuste etc. diss Sarram de Hornyacote mr'm p'd'cti Rog. cui her. ipe est. Peter renounced claim 
and surrendered for himself and heirs to Roger C. and his heirs. 

Walter Carminow afterwards held the Man. of Tamerton. The heirs of Sir John Arundel 
held Wynienton, and the heirs of Reskimer held Merthyn. Ralph, ast. 5, the son of Alan Bloyon, 
succeeded to the Manor of Polrode 34 Ed. I. 



36 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Carter. 

Richard Carter John Newman mar. Da. of Trafford Richard Vivion 



Rich.^ 2 sone ob. sine James Carter of=FHonor Da. & JohnVivion^=F01ife Da. & 



p'le Duxit Janam^ fil. S' Collomb in 
of Nanconan Com. Cornwall 



Coh. of John 
Newman 



Cohey. of 
Tresaster 



=Kath. Carter 1 mar. 
to Jo. Brabjn 2 to 
James Jenkin =f 



Rich. 1 Charles 2 

sone ob. 3 sone ob. 
sine prole sine prole 



2John Carter 2=i=Jane one of 
sone & hey. of ' j^ Da. of 



James liveing 
1620 



John 



Thomas 



Honor Jenkin Peter Jenkin 
mar. to James 



"Will'm Anne Brabin Prade 



JohnVivion 



Jo. Carter 2=j=Mary Da. of 



I I 2 

Charles Rich. Carter of S' Col-=FElizab. Da. of 



sone of S' 
Collombe 



Robt. Moyle of Arthure lumbe Maior in Com. 
S'GermansAr.* ob.s.p'le Cornw. liveing 1620. 



S''Jo.Arundell 
of Talverne K* 



Rich, sone & hey. at. 2. 1620 



Joane a Da. ob. sine p'le 



Michaell ob. James ob. Elinor ob. s.p. Edward Honor ux^" John Bond sone & 
sine p'le sine prole — hey. of W"^ Bond of Earth Esq. 

Anne ob. s.p. =j= 



Will'm Dorothy John Richard ob. s. p. Hono'" ob. s. p. James. 

JOHN CARTER, Jun« RICHARD CARTER. 



* Died at St. Columb Major, i August, 1581. Inq. p. m. 25 Eliz., No. 84. John, son and lieii- 
of James Carter, his nephew and heir, set. 26. His will dated 27 Nov., 1678, prob. in Lond. 5 Feb. 
1582. 

2 Named in the will of Rio. Carter, together with the following :— His sister Catherine 
Carter ; his cousin Ric. Carter, the elder ; Richard, John, and Elizb., children of the last named 
Richard ; his Godson Richard, son of John Carter ; Ric. Vyvyan of St. Meryn, and Jane Vyvyan, 
his wife, with John, Richard, and Olive, their children. 

3 Vivian of St. Columb. 

" Man-ied at St. Breock, 13 Sept., 1617. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



37 



Carp. 



Arms. Argent, on a iend sable, 3 roses of the field. 
Crest. A swan close Arg. heaTced gu. legged sa. 



John Gary of Gary in Gom. Devon. Esq.= 
eldist Sonne & heire of Robt. 



=Jane Da. & hey. of Edm. Devyok of 
Okehampton in Com. Devon ^ 



Robt. 1 
sone ob. 
sine pl'e 



John 3 
Sonne 
ob. s.p. 



I 
Tho. Gary of= 
Gary in Com. 
Devon 2 sone 
& hey.of John 



=EIizab. Da. of S'' 
Jo. Fulford of 
Fulford in Com. 
Devon K*^ 



I 
Mary ux'^ 
Humphrie 
Stephens 



Alice 



Elizb. ux- 
Thomas un- 
Walton in mar 
Com. Som'set 



Grigorie 1 sone 
ob. sine p'le 



Peter 2 sonne 
ob. sine p'le 



Haniball 3 sonne 
ob. sin p'le 



Andrew 4 sonne 
ob. s. pie 



Hen. Gary of Lannston= 
in Com. Cornw. liveing 
1620. 5 sone & hey. 



=Willmot Da. of Edm. Fulford Rich. 7 Mary ux^' Hen. 
Cann of Okehampton 6 sonne soneob. ProstofMary- 
in Devon ob. s.p. s.p. weeke in Gom. 



Robt. 1 sone 
atat. 15. 1620 



George 
2 sonne 



Mary 
iDa. 



Elizb. 
2 Da. 



ArminaU 
3 Da. 



Alice 
4 Da. 



HENRY GARY. 



Caijell. 

Roger Cavell=pAnne Da. of John Bodulgatt Esq. 



Stephen Gavell=pJone Da. & Coh. of Rob. Boniface Esq. 



Rob. Gavell=rSibell Da. & Coh. of Jo. Trehaverock Esq.^ 



Nicho. Cavell=f= Alice Da. & hey. of Jo, Trecarren Esq. 
& wdowe of W™ Garnsewe Esq. 



' He is called Deviell ' Harl. Soc. Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 49. 
^ She was widow of Humphry Arundell. 

^ By this marriage he acquired Trehaverock al's Treharrock, which came to Vivian of St. 
Columb, who married Mary, one of the coheiresses of Henry Cavell in 1615. 

* Will'm Carye, gent., married Elizab. Gedye 4 Mar., 1621. Menheniot Par. Eeg. 
Nicholas, son of Will'm Carye, gent., bap. at Menheniot. Bp. of Exeter's Ti-anscripts. 



38 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 
Al 



Hen. Cavell=rDa. of John Trevillian Esq. 



Nicho. CaTell=Sole Da. & hey. of W'" Knight 



Will'm Cavell=Thomazin^ Da. of John Godolphin Esq. 



John Cavell of TrehaTerock=pPhill. Da. of Lawrence Courtney Esq. 



Nicho. 1 sone Mary Will'm 2 sone &=p Jane^ Da. of W'" Elizab. 2 Dorithie 5 



ob. sine p'le 



hey. of Trehave- 
rockliveingl620^ 



Pomeroy Esq.* — 

Fran. 3 Thomazin 6 



Joane 2 Da. Jo. Hore Mary 1 Da. & Cohey. nx'' Jo. 
of Trenouth* Vivian of S^ Collomb^ 



Elizb. 4 



Not signed. 



€tt\i^u 



Thomas Ceely of Comesberie in Com. Som'set & 10 miles fro Bristow.^ 



Christopher Ceely of Plimoth=f=Avis Da. of . . . Marchant & of his wife 
in Com. Devon I da. & her. of BuUin of Dorsetshere 



Prisilla mar. 
to Rich. .Joye 
de Com.Wilts 



Mary 
mar. to 
Will'm 
Eyres- 
de 



I I 
Thomas 2 son Willm Ceely= 
mar. Da. of of S' Ives in 
Oliver Spry^ of Com. Corn- 
s' Germans wall tet. 40 



=Anne Da. of Christopher 

Tho. Penrose 3 fil. in 

of Penrose in partil)ns 

P'ochia de transmarinis 
Seithaey in 
Com. Cornwal 

B 



' She is called Elizabeth in Karl. MS. 4031, fo. 84, and Add. MS. 14135. 

= Bur. at St. Kew 19 Dec, 1647. "| 

5 Bur. at St. Kew 26 June, 1652. I ^ t r- * . t ■ ^ 

* Mar. at St. Kew 10 August, 1618. f^P' ^^ ^^^ter's Transcripts. 
5 Married at St. Kew 18 April, 1615.J 

^ Bristol. '' Thomasin. Vide Spry Ped. post. 

* Will. Cavell and Jane his wife, with their two daughters and coheiresses Joane, and Maiy, 
wife of .luhn "Vivian, are named in the will of John Pomeroy of St. Cleere, gent., prob. Lond. 
12 March, 1619. 

John Cavell married Jane Robins, 1623, at St. Mabyn. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Ped. fin. .5 Eic. II. No. 4. Int. Bad. Carmynewe Chivaler gu. Henry Gavel and Sibill his 
wife, and \V'" Bray of I'rcworles and Elizabeth his wife, df. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



39 



B 



Thomas fil; 
et heres 
ffitat. 18 
tempore 
visitacois 
1620 1 



-Jxidithda. Francis 2 fil. 
of Rose Eet. 5 annoru' 
relidof . . . ob. i?i Turkey 
Trowbridge sans issue 



*Peter 3 lPresillal6 
fil. fet. — 

2 annor. 2 Avis 14 



3 Anne 13 



Thomas 1 sonn 



Judith 



4 Mary 11 
ob. s.p. 

5 Loveday 10 

6 Jane 8 



PresciUa wife of William Avis wife of Ann wife of Jane wife of Henry 
Tregost of St. Ives in Corn. JohnShirwill EzeMasBaugh- Williams of St. Ives 
=r of Pliniouth ton of Phlahe^ in Gorn.^ 

2 children oh. in Corn.=f^ j 

yoimg j I I 

I Jane Margaret 

William Baughton — one more 
Epharem 



* 2 Peter Geely of St. Ives in Com.=j=Joane Da. of Thomas Purfrey aVs 



John Tregost 1 


1 
Thomas 5 


Jane 2 


Margaret 6 


Ann 3 


Maryl 


Francis 4 


William 



Cormv. 2 somie of Wm. that is now 
living 1646. 



Purefoy of St. Ives in Com. Corn, 
descejided from Warwickshire 



William 1 Sonne 
cetat. 4. 1646 



Thomas 2 cetat. 2 yeares 
4- halfe in 1646 



Peter 3 sonne 3 quarters 
in 1646 



William of Pli- 
mouth 7 sonne mar. 
da. of John Parnell 
of Cornwall 



Dorcas 



Christ. 1 sone 
BBtat. 14. 1620 
Faith da. of 
. . . Rose of 
Lyme=i= 

I 
Thomas 
Faith 



Oliver 2 Geo. 5 



Thom. 3 
a divine 

Rich. 4 



John 6 



Anneada.atat. 
12 marr. to 
Robt.Arundell 
of Plimouth 



Oliver Ceelg 2=f=. . . . da. of Waddon 
sonn of Thomas I of Plimouth 

2 children 1646. 



George Cely of Pli-=-Fran. da. of Wm. 
mouth 5 sonne Floyer of . . . 



THOMAS CEELYE. W. CEELYE. 



' A Thomas Ceeley commanded the Elizabeth Drake, 60 gun ship, against the Spanish 
Armada. Eoyal MSS. 14b, xiii. 
2 ? Phillack. 

i^° The additions in Italics are in the hand of Parker, 



40 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



CftantxntU. 



Arms. Argent, a chevron lekv. ^ flews de lis gu. 
Crest. A Griffin sejeant Or. 

Alex"" Chamond of Lancells=T=Elizb. Da. & hey, of The. Treughans 
in Com. Cornw. I B. a chev'on ent. 3 Dalphins Ar. 



Tho. Chamond==Agnes Da. of Tho. "Writhe.^ Ar. an eagle displaied 



of Lancells 



w"' 2 heads armed & beaked Or. 



Marg* Da. and Coh. of Thom.=S'" John Chamond==Jane late wife of Sir Jo. Arun 
Tregarthen. Ar. Chev'on ent. K* of Lancells in dell K^^ Da. of S>" Tho. Gren- 
3 Escallops Sa. 1 wife Cornwall vile K*^ Gu. 3 Sufflues or. 



Rich. Chamond^=Marg* Da. & Coheyre of Rich. Trevener. 
of Lancells Esq. Ai*. Chev'on Sa. ent. 3 Cornishe Dawes pp. 



John Chamond of Lancells in Cornw. liveinge 1620. atat. 70. Esq. 

^ Not signed. 



CI)tpman. 

John Chapman of 'Whet-=f Thomazin Da. of Ric. Gilbert Esq. of 
stone in Cornwall Northpetherwyn in Cornwall 



Edw. Chapman of Liskard in Com. Cornw.=Lore Da. of John Hantkin 
liveinge 1620 & at this time Maior I of Liskerd in Cornwall 

n n i \ ^1 

Beniamin 2 Edward 4 Jonathon G Joseph 1 sone Rachell 

— — Eetat. 16, 1620 a da. 

Jacobb 3 John 5 

EDWARD CHEPMAN. 



' Worthe of Washfield. See 'Harl. Soc.Visit. of Devon,' 1620, p. 316. - Of Trerice. 
3 High Sheriff of Cornwall A.D. 154-1. 59, and 63. 

* At fo. 84, in the Original MS., 1162, the Pedigree of Chamond, commencing four genera- 
tions earlier, has been cancelled by the Heralds' pen. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



41 



Chapman. 



Edw. Chapman of Hanckford in Com. 
Devo' descended out of the Northe 



=Jaquet Da. of Marwood of 
Westcott in Com. Devon 



Seintleger Chapman 
2 Sonne ob. sine p'le 



John Chapman of Hank- 
ford in Com. Devon 



=Christian Dau. of Rob. Chichester 
of Hall in Com. Devon 



John 2 sone mar. 
Agnes Da.of Tay- 
lor of Westley in 
Com. Devon=== 

A Dau. 



Arthure 3 sone mar. Alice 
Da. of Jo. Salisburie of 
Buckland Bruer in 
Devon == 

A Sonne 



Edw. Chapman of= 
Resprin in Com. 
Cornwall liveinge 
1620 



=Elizb. Da. of 
Rich. Pre- 
diauxofThew- 
burie in Com. 
Devon 



Rich, sone Edw. 2 Nicholas Sinobia 1 Da. Grace 2 
&hey. atat. sone 3 sonne at. 19. 1620 Da. 

21. 1620 atat. 16 at. 9 atat. 14 



Blanch Phillip 4 
3 Da. Da. at. 5 
atat. 9 1620 



Jaquet uxor Stephen 
Hogge of Buckland 
Bruer in Com. Devon 



Christian ux^' James 
Browneing of Kilk- 
hampton in Cornwall 



Anne uxor Shapley 
of Clovelley in 
Com. Devon 



|4 
Julyan ux"" Daniell 
Colscot of "West 
Putford in Com. 
Devon 



EDWARD CHAPMAN. 



Cftenoutl). 

The auntient name of this family of Chynoweth was called Trevelizek, & was 
changed upon this occation. one John Trevelizek had issue divers sonne unto 
one of the youngest named John he gave a certayne peice of Land whereon the 
said John built a new howse & alwais afterward was called Chinoweth which is 
in Cornish a new howse yet afterwards all the issue of thelder house failed, & 
the auntient land cam to this younger branch called Chinoweth whoe have the 
land & continew the same name to this day. 

Trevelisick of St. Earth mar. Elizb. Da. of 
John Tirrell of St. Earth & had issue John 

Tho. Chenouthi of Mogion=j=Anne Da. of Tho. Tregose & one of his heires 
L 

Ellinor uxor Antho. Chenouth=j=Grace Da. of Tho. 
Jo. Roskirke^ of Mogion I Spour of Trembath 

A 



Mawgan in Meneage. 



* John Roskruge. See pedigree, post. 



42 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Hen. Chenouth=Maiy Da. of 
of Mogion 1 James Kestell 
sone of Monnaccon 



John Cheiiouth of=FGrace Da. of 



Mogion in Com. 
Cornw. liveing 
1620 



Henry Thorns 
als Carnsew 
of Budock 



Temperence 
vay Walter 
KesteU 



Antho^ sone & heyre atat. 4, 1620 



Not signed. 



Ci)ibtitt)n ot \$mil 



Tho. Chiverton of the parish of Paule=j=. . . . Da. of ... . "Whalisborough 



James Chiverton of Pawle fil. et heres=FClarence Da. of John Cowling of Kirtheu 



Willm. Chiverton de Com. Cornwall=f=Katherin Da. of Tho. Bevill ■ 

I 

I 
Thomas Cheverton fil. et h»res=pJohanna filia Robt. Butside 



Willm. Cheverton de Pawle fil. et heres=pTomazin Da. of John Godolphin 



1 . Thomas » W illm.* Chiver-=Mary Da. 

ton heire to his of Willm. 

2. Richard Brothers de Lanion 

Pawle in Com. Relicta 
ob. sine prole Cornwall Burlace 

sup'stes 1620 



Jane Elizab. Katherin mar. to 
ob. mar. to Christopher 
virgin John Arundcll of 

TrcAvren* Camborne in 
Cornwa.* 



WILLYAM CHIVERTON. 



' Baptized at St. Martin in Meneage 19 January, 1616. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

^ Beville of Gwarnakc. 

3 Will dated 2G Aug., 1604, proved in London 7 Feb., 1605. 

■• Named in Will of Tho. Chiverton of Paule, 26 Aug.. 160i. 

Eichard Chiverton of Kerrys, in the Parish of Paul, High Sheriff of Cornwall, A.D. 1564. 

Henry Chiverton, Estj., M.P. for Cornwall 6 Edw. IV. ; 1, 2, and 3 Philip and Mary ; for 
Bodmin, 1 Mary. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 43 

Cfiiberton of Citfiims^p. 

Arms. — Arg. a castle tower triple-towered Sa. mi a mound Vert. 

Hen. Chev'ton of Trehunsie=f= Alice Da. & hey. of Kindon ^ 
in Com. Cornw. I of Trehunsie 



2 Hen. Chiverton sone & heyre mar. Mary Rich. Chiv'ton of Tre-=j=Isaball Da. of 
Da. of S* G. auen ob. sine prole hunsie 2 Sonne I Polewheele 



Hen. Chiv'ton of Trehunsie in=i=Emlin Da. of Fran. BuUar 
Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 Esq. of Shillingham 



Francis 2 sone Rich.^ sone & heire atat. 4. 1620 

HENRY CHIVERTON. 



Lewkis Cocke of Plimouth in Com. Devon= 



Symon Cocke of Plimouth*=j=Grace da. of Sheere of Launston 
in Com. Devon in Com. Cornw. 



I I I 

John 2 Lewkis 1 Edward Cock of Plimouth in Com.=j=Amy da. of John Gubbes 

Sonne son ob. Devon mar. to his 2 wif Elizab. 

s. p. da. of Oswell Cooke of Launston 



of Plimouth 1 wife 



I III 

Lewkis Cock fil. et heres set. 2. 1620 Grace 1 Christian 2 Joane 3 

* EDWARD COCK. 



' Kingdon of Trehunsey in Quethiock. 

^ He mar. Mary, da. of John St. Aubyn of Clowance. Vide ped. of St. Aubyn, post. Zenobia, 
da. of Hen Chiverton, bur. 16 Oct., 1580. Gwinear Par. Eeg. 

3 Lord Mayor of London in 1658, Knighted at Whitehall 12 Oct., 166.3. Vide Le Neve's 
Pedigrees of Knights, Harl. Soc. pub., page 177. At page 256 of the same publication Le Neve 
has against Sir Eichard's name " q'^ of S' John Coriton or write to my Lady." 

■• Symon had a son Francis, who also had a son Francis 5 year old 1620. Harl. MS. 1079, 
fo. 117. 

* Capt. Cock of Plymouth, styled " A Cock of the Game," supposed to be of this family, was 
the only officer killed fighting against the Armada. Arms — Ar. a chev. engr. betw. 3 Cocks' heads 
Sa. a canton B. charged with an anchor Or, 



44 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COKNWALL. 



Cofee. 



Christopher Cooke of Thorne=pMargai"et da. of Richard Garland 
in Com. Devon I of Whitfeld 



Christopher Coke of= John Coke of Trerice in Corn-=pPrudence da. of William 
Thorn sone & heir wall 2 sonne living 1620 i Godolphin of Trewar- 

veneth 



John Coke sonne Edward 2 ^Jane 1 Margaret 3 
& heir tetat, 14 — — 

Annores 1620 Francis 3 Prudence 2 



J. COKE. 



Geo. Collyng of Hampte in Cornwall 



Jo. Collyng of Hampte of=j=Joane Da. of Rich. Burgoyne of 



Geo. Collyng of Hampte=f=Kath' Da. & sole hey. of Hen. Mannington 
I of Mannington in Cornwall 



Geo. Collynge of Hampte in=f=Elizb. Da. of Pet' Mayowe of 
Com. Cornw. liveinofe 1620 Torr in Cornwall 



Katherin 1 Da, Radigund 2 Judeth 3 Margerie 4 Amie 5 Da. at. 
atat. 11, 1620 Da. at. 9 Da. at. 7 Da. at. 4 1 weeke 1620 

GEORGE COLLING. 



' Baptized at St. Allen 27 Sept.. 1612. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

* Exch. Inq. p. m. 14 Hen. VIII. No. 5. John Coke of Thorne, John Coke, son and heir, 
3Bt. 37 and more. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



45 



Colquit. 

(sic) Quere: — Arms. Ar.fes i. frette or ent. 3 cinque/oils Ou. 

Henry Colquit=f= 
\___ 

Henry Colquit of Lewhire in Foy Parish=i= Agnes nupta Robto. Eashley 



John Colquit of Foy in Com.=Da. of Minors 



Thomas Colquit 2 fil. de Francis Colquit of=Elizab. Da. & hey. of 



Foy mar. Jone Da. of 
Hooper of Barstable 



Foy fil. primo- 
genitus 



. Hammett of 
Lezant 



Jone mar. to Elizab. mar. to Debora Katherin Julian mar. to 

John Lambe Geo. Rescorly — — Ric. Downinge 

of S' Samsons 2 Michel Vine Gertrude Mary of Egleskerrie 

in Cornwall in Com. Cornw. 



Willm. 2 fil. Henry 4 fil. Francis 3 John Colquite of= Julyan Da. of Willm 



aetat. 28 astat. 12 fil. a3t. 21 Foy fil. primo- 

genit. atat. 35 



Stroude of Holberton 
in Com. Devon Esq. 



Lewis Colquite fil. primogenit. 2. John ast. 4 annoru' 1620 Elizabeth fil. unica 
jetat. 9 



Nich. Colquite of London Drap. mar. Anne Da. of= 
Tho. Audeley of Hoton Conquest in Com. Bed. 



Rich. Colquitt fil. primogenitus Dorothea mar. to Elizab. 

set. 22 mar. Margaret Da. of Robt. Haly of — 

John Cason of London Groser London Drap. Marie 

* JOHN COLQUIT. 



* Fowey Par. Reg. 



26 Oct, 1543. John Colquite bapt. 

14 Apl. 1558. Henry son of Thomas Colquite 

bapt. 
1548. Henry Colquite bapt. 
1559. Eich. Colquite. „ 
1564. Tho. Colquite. „ 
1656. Wm. son of Mr. Lewis Colquite, bapt. 



1660. Wm. son of Mr. Lewis Colquite, bapt. 
16 May, 1568. Jno Colquite & Jone Eashleigh 

were mar. 
1577. Jno Colquite & Alee Bewes do. 

1603. Henry Colquite buried. 
3 May 1621. Eliz"" ux. Francis Colquite bur. 
4 1621. Francis Colquite her husband bur. 



46 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



John Connock of Liskerd in Com, Cornub.=FJohan da. of "Willm Roe of Lanrake 



^11 11 

William 2 John Connock of=pMary da. of 

— Treworgy in Com. ' ^ 

Richard 3 Cornwall inPochia 

s. p. de S' Cleare 



Jane wife Lora wife to Johan wife 
George Tubb to Stephen John Mark to Peter 
ofTringoff^ Tucker of Brembowet Mark of 

Ligkerd 



Edward 
3 Sonne 
ob. s. p. 



John Connock of Treworgy^f^Margery da. & heir 



in S' Cleare, living 1620 



of Thomas Beill of 
Belli 2 



|1 
Philadelpha wife 
to Edw. Carr of 
London 



John Connock 
Sonne & heir 
3etat.25annores 
1620 



Nicholas 
2 Sonne 



Phiilipa wife to 
William Kelley 
of Kelley 



2| M I 

Jane wife to Margery 3 Johan 5 

John Hunkin — 

of Gatherley Lowday 4 

all unmaried. 



Mary wife to 
Gabriell Carr 
of London 



Elizabeth wife to 
Richard Billing 
of Hengar 



Lowday wife to S"" 
Francis Vivian of 
Trelawarren 



I 

George 2 sonne mar. mary 
da. of Tho. Dodson of S' 
Ive^ 

Not signed. 



Arms. — 1. [Coode.] Argent a chevron Gules letw. 3 Cocks Saik, armed crested 
and jelloped of the second. 2. Gules 3 crescents Or. 

Damerell=^ 



John Damerell John Birrie=FClara fil. Danierell 



John Carndow=T= Alicia fil. et her. 



Henricus Cokeyne=pAlicia fil. et heres 



Joh'es Durnford=pJohanna fil. et heres 

|A 

' lu Gwennap Parish. ^ Beelc, Beyle, nl Byll. ' St. Ive, near Liskeard. 

* Johu Conuocb, gent. M.P. for Liskeard 1 & 2 Phil. & Mary, & 13 Eliz. 

Nicholas Connock, M.P. for Bodmin 12 Jas. I. 

John Connock, gout. M.P. for Liskeard 31 Chas. II. & 1 Jas. II. 

John Connock of Liskeard, by deed dated 22 Jan., 1579, granted his Manor of Trewthand 
to John Nichols. Sir J. Maclean. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 47 

u 

I I 

Ricus Coode i=p Alicia fil. et Coheres primogenita Edgcomb2=2 filia 

I I ^1 

Filius 2 Walter Coode ^ fil. primogenit.=j=filia Fulford Filia nupta 



Filia et heres Battin=f=Ricus Coode fil. et heres Da.=p=Tomasina fil. Glinne de 
de Devon ux. 1 & heir of Beer relict Morvall * 2 uxor. 



Filia nupta ^ Johi Mo- 
hun de Hall 



Walterus=T=Editha filia Anna nupta Eico Coriton filio 

Coode Petri Coriton Petri Coriton de Newton 



Elizab. Margareta Katherina Tomasina Jana Eliza. Christiana Brigat 

nupta nupta nupta nupta nup- nupta nupta 7 fil. 

Tre- Prideis Snelling ^ Johi Bon- ta Knap- Leigh Ding- 

vasco nock Lee man ley^ 



Guilielmus ob. 


Ricus 


Johes Coode==Margeria 


Arthur 3 fil. Rector 


Anna 


in purilitate 


2 


of Morvall 


fil. Phil. 


Ecclige de Tavistock 


nupta 


— 


filius 




Mayowe 


— 




Gilbertus 4 fil. 






de Loowe 


Phillip 




rector Ecclise 












Liskerd 













Ricus 3 
filius 
supste 
1620 



Walterus 2 
filius ob. 
8. prole 



^Willms Coode fil.^Leodia fil 



et heres Anna 
fil. Johi Stukley 
de Aston in 
Devon 2 uxor. 



Walteri 
Kendall 



I 

Elizab. uxor 
Johis Barret 
de Penquite 



Jana nupta 
Edwardo 
Keckwich de 
Trehauke 



' Eich. Coode presented to Gidley a.d. 1420. Bp. Lacey's Keg. 

2 Sir Pierse Edgcombe mar. Johanna Dernford. See note 2, Edgcombe Ped. post. 

3 Walter Coode presented to St. Mary Tavey a.d. 1456. (Bp. Neville's Reg.) James Ti-emayne 
presented to the same parish in 1420. (Bp. Lacey's Reg.) Inq. p. m. 13 Edvv. IV. No. 38, Walter 
died 1 March. Richard, his son, 20 years of age and more. Recites ped. from Johanna Durnford. 

■* She was da. of Jno. Glyn and widow of Michael Vivian of Trelawarren. 
^ In the church of Lanteglos by Fowey there is a brass to the memory of this .John Mohnn 
and Anne his wife, daur. of Rich. Code, Esq., with figures of the parents and five sons and five 
daughters, with shields of arms. 

^ Thomas Snelling mar. Katherine Coode 7 July, 1572. ") ivr^^oi -d ^ p^,r 
7 Wm. Dingley mar. Bridget Coode 15 Nov., 1575. ^iviorvai i-ar. tteg. 
» High Sheriff of Cornwall 1616. 
Richard Code, M.P. for Liskeard 47 Edw. III. 
John, son of Walter Code, Esq., and Margery, dau. of Phi. Mayow, 

gent., mar. 3 June, 1572. 
Walter Code and Elizb. John, mar. 1582. 
Walter Code, Jun'', and Philippa Vivian, gent, (daughter of Hannibal 

Vyvyan of Trelowarren) mar. 1621. 
John Code and Grace Langford, mar. 1622. 

Lewis Stuckley, gen., and Margery Cood, gen., mar. 12 April, 1627. 
Mr. John Buller and Mrs. Anne Coode, mar. 1657. 
Benj. Coode, gen., of Liskerd, and Abigail Chapman, mar. 1668. 
Mr. Thos. Cood and Miss Mary Kendall, mar. 4 Jan., 1675. Duloe Par. Reg. 
Will'm Coode, Esq., and Anne, sist. of Henry Vincent of Treleven, Esq., mar. 25 Feb., 
1685. Mevagissey Par. Reg. IConthmed over. 



) Morval Par. Reg. 



48 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 

IB 



III III 

Elizab. Maria ^ 

Margerie Anna 

Leodia BriEcett 



I I III II 

Jana uxor. Walterus Coode 2. John set. 21 5. Edward 

"Willmi fil. primogenitus — ob. s. p. 

Ketchwich Eetatu 26 temp. 3. Willm 26 — 

of Ketch- visitacois 1620 — 6. Carolus 

french 4. Phillip 18 aitat. 13 

WILLIA. COODE. 



CooUt ot JKItnfttntot. 



Jo. Code of Menhenet in Cornwall 



Jo. Code^ of Breage in Com. Cornw. 3 sone=j=Marg' Da. of W™ Lanion of Bereage 
\ 

Elizb. ux. Blanch ux. Edw. Jo. Code of Breage=f=Jane Da. of W'" Lovedaye 3 
Jo. Gere of Noye of Paule in in Com. Cornw. Prade of Uni le- — 

S'Keverne Cornw. liveing 1620 lant in Cornwall Thomazin4 



Willm. Code of . . . atat. 1, 1620. 



JOHN COODE. 



Mo mil Par. Hetj. 



Anne. da. of Walter Coode, Esq., liapt. 1544. 

John, son of „ „ 1546. 

Arthur, son of ,, ,, „ 

Philip „ „ „ 1550. 

Gilbert „ „ „ 1552. 

Walter Code, Esq., bur. 1545. 

John Code, an almes man, ,, 1571. 



Richard, son of John Code, Esq., bapt. 1582. 
VVill'm, „ Robert Code, ., 1589. 

Philip, „ Philip Code, „ „ 

John, „ VVill'm Code,Esq. ., 1597. 

Philip, „ „ „ 1599. 

Phi. Coode, gent., bur. 1654. 



Edward, son of Edward Coode, bapt. 29 Nov., 1601. 
Gilbert Code, gent., bur. 18 Nov., 1676. 

Joseph Coade, „ 1686. 



St. Pinnock Par. 
lUogan Par. Reg. 



' Bapt. 28 July, 1610. Morval Par. Reg. 

" Inq. de Lunat. Inquir. 12 Jas. I., part 1, No. 35, Jurors find that John Code is of unsound 
mind, and that John Code, his son and heir, is aged 16 years and six months. Lands in Breage, 
Sithney, Constantine, St. Keverne, Cury, St. Anthony, and Truro. 

* John son of John Coode, bap. 1578. 
Luke „ „ „ 1583. 

Peter „ „ „ 1585. 

John „ „ „ 3 Jan., 1610-11. 

John Code, Jun., and Mary Ingram mar. 1602. \ Menheniot 
John Coode & Alse Enstys mar. 1580. ) Par. Reg. 

Elizabeth, wife of John Coode, bur. 1579. 
Blanche Coode, widow ,, 1594. 

John Cood „ 1590. 

John Cood the elder „ 1600. 

James Bath and Elizabeth, daughter of John Coode, were mar. 22 Feb., 1670. Stithians 
Par. Reg. Tlie Baths are descended from Edmond Bathe, described in his will proved at Bodmin 
20 Nov., 1633, as of Kcnal, iu the Parish of Stithians, Gent. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 49 



Corpton. 



Jeffrie Corifcon de Coriton=T=Isot fil. et her. Johis Ferrers de West 
in Com. Devo' Newton in Com. Cornw. 



I 

Willm Coriton=j= Agnes fil. de Tremaine de Coleton in Com. Devo' 



Wiilm Coriton=f= 



Edw. Coriton=f=Jone 2 da. et Coh. Steph. Bodelesgat de Tremerake in Com. Cornw.^ 



John Coriton^Katherin 1 fil. Phil. Stoford de Stoford in Com. Devon 



Kich. Coriton=pEliz. 2 da. of John Reyney de Egglesford in Com. Devon Anne 



Peter Coriton=T=Jone Da. & heire Johis Tregasow de Tregasow in Com. Cornw. 

I m m \ m \ 

Edeth mar. to 2 John 5 Peter Edith Elizab. Rich. =Anne 2 da. 

Walt. Coode — — — Coriton of Rio. Code 

de Morevale 3 Robt. 6 Thomas Anne 1 sonne de Morevale 

4 Edward 7 Willm Jone 

^ « Not signed. 



Willm Curington of Quethyock in Cornw.=j=Bridgett Da. of Burnell 



Jo. Curington of S* Ive in Cornwall=f=Prudence Da. of Prouse 



John Curington sone & heire at. 23. 1620. 

JOHN CORYTON. 



' Inq. p. m. 2 Hen. VII., No. 51, John C, son and heir, set. 40. 
* This ped. is extended in Harl. MSS. 1079, fo. 22-23. 
Mary, da. of Sir John Coryton, Bart., and Elizb., his Lady, bapt. at St. Mellion^ 

11 Aug., 1664. ( gp qJ Exeter's 

Katheryn, da. of the Worshipful Will. Coryton, Esq., and Elizab. his wife, bap. V {r',-Q,n=nr;r^f= 
at St. Mellion 10 Nov., 1610. liauscripts. 

Elizab.,da. of John Coriton, gent., and Mary, his wife, bap. at S* Ive 17 Nov., 1631. ) 

H 



50 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Cdsiworrt). 



John Cosworth ^ of Cosworth=Dorithy Da. of S"" Willm 



in Com. Cornw. 



Lock of London K'. 



Edw. Cosworth=Dorithy Da. of 



of Cosworth 
Esq. liveing 
1620 



Jo. Ai'ondel] of 
Trerise & Co- 
hey. to hir mo- 
ther the Da. of 
Cosworth. 



I III 

Tho. Cosworth of= Agnes Da. of John 2 sone 

Cosworth in Com. John S' — 

Cornw. Ar. Aubyn of Michell 4 sonne 

Receaver of the Clowans in — 

Duche ef Corn- Com. Cornw. "WiUm 5 sonne 

wall. 



Willm 2 Dorithy Julyan 
— 1 Daw. ux'Hen. 
John 3 unmar. I\Iainard 



I III 

Samwell Cos-^Dulcebella Elizb. 4 



worth sone & 
hey. at. 30 
annores 1620 



3 Mary ux' 
W"^ Cottell 



Alice 7 - 



Da. of Tho. 
Heale of 
Fleete in 
Devon 



Margery 5 Zenobia 8 



Agnes 6 
unmaried 



Francis 9 
unmaried 



Edw. sone & heyre atat. 3 annores 1620 * Samwell 2 sone fetat. 1 

Not signed. 



' Mercer of London, and Receiver General of the Duchy of Cornwall. Brass in Golan Ch. 
For more of Cosworth, see the 'Visitation of London. 15(58,' Harl. MSS. 109!!, fo. 56 ; and 1463, 
fo. 8, h, where the descent is continued from Nicholas (the elder brother of John C. of London) 
to the marriage of the heness with Arundel. See Arundel YeA.ante. 

2 Thos. Hoblyn, Gt., and Alice Cosworth, mar. at Little Collan 7 Oct., 1634. Bp. of Exeters 
Transcripts. 



* S(7i)n/rl' 






Bridget=YHenry Maynard. 



T 



Anna Maynard of Cohin. ^Francis Vivian, Esq., of St. Columh. Mar. Lie. 1677. 



Mary=Sir Ric. Vyvyan of Trelawarrcn. — Eds. 

Francis Vivian's will, 1689, prob. St. Neott, dan. I^Iary executrix. He desired his father, his 
brother Vivian, brother John Vivian, and his cousins Kicliard and Francis Scobell of St. Austell, 
father and son, to manage his estate, and sell all, except the barton of Coswarth, to pay his debts. 

Sir Richard Vyvyan and Mrs. Jlary Vivian were married Nov. 9, 1697. St. Eval. Par. Reg. 
This marriage is said to have reunited the houses of Vyvyan or Vivian. 

Fed. fin. 5 Ja. Mich. Ed. Coswarth, ar. qu. W, Vivian and o'rs def. ten't in Bossagran. 
Jane, da. of Edw. Cosworth, Esq., bapt. at Little Collan 1 Aug., 6 King James, 1608. Bp. of 
Exeter's Transcripts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 51 

Cossm alias JHalrem. 

CoBsen 
Maderne Cossen 



John Cossen=j=Margerefc Da. of . . . Gillard of Market 
al'sMaddern I Jew al's Marasion in Com. Cornwall 



Willm Cossen al's John Cossen al's Maddern=Anne Da. of Rich. Trevanion of 



Maddern 2 fil. of Pensanse fil. primns 



Tolverne 3 brother to the house of 
Carheis 



Nicholas 2 John Cossen ars=Anne Da. of John Grace mar. to Roger Pol- 
filius tetat. Maddern fil. et Guavis of Sithney kenhorn of Pensance £etat. 
23. 1620 heres setat. 25 in Cornwall 30 annoru' 

JOHN COSSEN ALIAS MADERN. 



Cxiurtmap of ilanlriafee. 

Edw. Cortney 2 son of S'" W" Cortney=T= Alice Da. & hey. of John Wotton 



Edw. Courtney of Lanrake in=j=Margaret 2 Da. and Coh. of 
Com. Cornwall I Thomas Tredurff ^ 



Peter Courtney of Lanrake=f=Katherin Da. & hey. of "Willm Reskim^ 

\ 

III I 

Reskimer Peter 4 fil. mar. John Courtney Edward=Elizab. filia Willm 2 fil. 
Courtney Tomazin Da. of fil. primogenit. Court- maxima et mar. Duglas 
5 fil. Rich. Courtney ob. sine p'le ney fil. heres Tris- 3filiaetCoh. 

ofLanevitin et heres trami Gorges Tristrami 

Cornwall deBudokeshed Gorges 

in Com. Devon 



Peter Courtney fil. primogenitus Edward 2 fil. atat. unius 
setatis 4 Annor' 1620 annis. et demi. 

EDW. COURTENAY. 



^ Tretherffe ; she afterwards mar. Rich. Buller. See Fed. post, and Inq. p. m. ' Reskimer. 
* For fuller, though imperfect ped. of Courtenay, see 'ArchEeological Journal,' vol. s., p. 52. 



52 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Comtentp of ^anibtt. 

Maude Da. of Jo. Michell ^=j=Rich. Courtnej^Jane 2 Da. of John Boscauin 
I 



Lawrence Willm 2 John Courtney of Tremure=f=Elizb. Da. & hey. Alice mar. to 

1 Sonne sonne in Cornwall 3 sonne ^ I ofRic. Trengove W™ Paynter 

„ I \ \ \ I 

Henry 2 sone maried George Eich. Courtney ^ of==Thmazin Da. of Jane Alice 



da. of Giles of Kent 3 sonne Tremure in Com. 

Cornwall liveing 
1620 



Nicholas Ken- 
dall 



Lowday Thomazin W" Courtney=f=Jane Da. of James Jone ux' Christoph. 



ux' W'" ux' Peter sone & hey. 
Painter Courteney liveing 1620 



Basset of Tehidy in Spray of Badman 
Cornwall* 



Rich, sone & hey. at. 6. 1620 John 2 sone Thomazin a da. 1. Jane 2 Da. 



Francis Courtney of Lanevet=Catherine the da. of George Courtney 



living 1620 



Edw. Lower 2 sonne 



Henry Courtney sonne & heire tet. 2 Annores 1620 Francis 2 sonne 

RICHARD COURTENEY. WILLL COURTENEY. 



Ccitutntj> of ^Stnliibtl 

AuMS. 1. [Courtney] Or S torteaux. 2. [Redvers] Or a lion ramp. B, ZArg. 
a chevron engr. hekv. 3 Does statant sa. 4. Quartered Grenellce Arg. and Sa. 
Crest. A Panache Arg. rising from a Ducal Coronet Or. 

Philip Courtney of Powderham=p 



Edmond Courtney of St. Lennard's=i=Jane da. & Coheii-e 
by Exeter 2 sonn of Devioke 



Richard Courtney of Lestithell 1 sonne===Jane da. of Hugh Boscawen 

William Courtney of Deviok=y=Elizabeth da. of John Courtney of 

in Com. Cornub. | . . . . Bowerman Lanevet 2 sonne 

' Of St. Colan. (Harl. MSS. 4031, fo. 81. First wife.) 

' Ob. 1 mar. 2 Elizb. Inq. p. m., 3 Elizh. No. 

8 MX. 7, 3 Elizb. " Mar. 22 Julv, 1613. lllogan Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OE THE COUNTY OE CORNWALL. 



53 



1 I 

George Courtney of Penkevell= 
in Com. Cornub. 1620 



|A 



=Constance da. of 
Tho. Trenance 



Johane wife to Tho- 
mas Kosewarren 



^ • III 

Peter Courtney=Amye da. Hugh 2 
of Penkevell & coheir of — 



Sonne & heir 
ffit. 36 1620 



Jo.Trehane Francis 3 
Littleton 4 



|1 
Loveday 
wife to 
Willm 
Avery' 



Constance 
wife to 
Xrofer 
Hatch 



Dorothy 
unmaried 



Mary wife 
to Edward 

Kestle 



William sonne & heir setat. 8 annores 1620 Jane 

PETER COURTNEY. 



Bisliop of Exeter\t Transorijjts. 

Will. Courteney, Esq. did marry one of the daus. of Ja. Basset, 

Esq. {sic) 22 July, 
George Courteney, Esq. and Elizb. MaUet, mar. 5 Oct. 
Edw. son of Edw. Courteney, bap. 
W"' Bligh, Esq. and Elizb. Courteney, wid., mar. 
Lawrence, son of John Courteney, bp. 
Humph, son of Ric. Courteney, gen. and Philippa, bap. 
Dorothy, dau. Edw'' Courteney, gent. bap. 
George, son of Geor. Courteney, gent. bap. and bur. 
Honor dau. of John Courteney and Jane, bap. 
Edw. Courteney, Esq. and Elizb. Gorges, gent., mar. 1 Aug. 

Parish Registers. 

John Kempthome, Gent., and Kath. Coui-teuey, Gent. mar. 21 Jan. 

Mary, dau. of Peter Courteney, Esq., bapt. 6 Jan. 

Alice, „ ,, ,, 29 Aug. 

Elizb., „ Sir Peter Courteney, Knt., bap. 29 Dec. 

Anne, „ „ r 2 Feb. 

Mary, „ ,, bur. 

Edw., son of Humphry Courteney, Esq., bap. 27 Dec. 

W" Courteney, Esq., bur. 15 Jan. 

Will., son & heir of Eich. Courteney of London, Esq. and Jane, 

one of the daughters of Ja» Bassett of Tehidie, Esq., mar. 

22 July, 
John Courteney, bur. 

John Courteney of Tregellas in Probus,Gent., bur. 
Jn" Courteney, bur. 
Peeter Courteney, of St. Erme, Gent., and Honnor, dau. of Ric. 

Courteney, Esq., dec, mar. 
John, son of Will. Courteney and Patience, bap. 
Peter Courteney, bur. 21 Jan. 
Will™ Courtney, bur. 

John Courteney and Jane Vyvyan, mar. 8 Oct., 1633 ; bur. 
Will. Courteney and Grace Bice, mar. 
Reskimer, son of Peter Courteney, Esq., bur. 
John Courteney and Dorothy Pendarves, mar. Jan. 
Anne, dau. of Peter Courteney and Honor, bap. 
Will" Courtney, of St. Erme, Gent., bur. 
W™ Averie, Gent., and Loveday Corteney, mar. 19 Feb. 
Will", son of Peter Courteney, bur. 31 Mar. 
Ric. Williams of Probus, Gent., was married to Mary, the dau. of 

WiU. Courteney, Gent., dec^, of this p'ish, 23 Dec. 
Peter Courteney, bur. 

Peter Courteney and Jane Olliver, mar. 28 Nov. 
Joan, dau. of Peter and Jane Courteney, bap. 
Peter, son „ „ „ 

Joseph, son „ „ „ 

Win™ „ 





PARISHES. 


1613. 


niogan. 


1609. 


Laddock. 


1619. 


J, 


1623. 


,, 


1622. 


LaniTet. 


1641. 


J, 


1610. 


Ruan Lauihorne. 


1610. 


ij 


1638. 


St. Austell. 


1614. 


St. Budeaux, Dev. 


1558. 


Chudleigh, Dev. 


1639. 


Fowey. 


1641. 


)) 


1642. 




1644. 


J) 


1655. 


)) 


1667. 




1683. 


" 


1613. 


Illogan. 


1709. 


Laddock. 


1718. 


j> 


1799. 




1673. 


Lanivet. 


1695. 


Luxyllian. 


1699. 


jj 


1703. 


J, 


1633. 


St. Austell. 


1722. 


St. Enoder. 


1673. 


St. Erme. 


1674. 


)) 


1674. 


ij 


1725. 




1609. 


St. Mich. Pcnkivel 


1665. 


., 


1661. 

1 i^OQ 


„ 


it) Jo. 

1671. 


St. Neott. 


1673. 


,j 


1679. 


)) 


1687. 




1683. 


,, 




[ Continued ovei 



54 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Robt. Cowlin of Trevegles=- 



Robt. Coulin 
fil. efc heres 
ob. s. p. 



Willm Cowlin of Matheni==Ellen Da. of James 



in parochia de Trenguen- 
tlien^ in Com. Cornw. fil. 2 



Chanough de S' 
Martin 



Willm Cowlin 2 
filius unmaried 
secus 



Alice Da. of John== John Cowlin de Tren- 



Parmere of Sunner- 
in Com.Cornw.ns.2 



guenthen in pochia de 
Madern setat. 



=Christian Da. of Robt 
Rosetor of Kestenton^ 
ux. prima 



Anne John Colin fil. 2 
— a-tat. 20 annoru. 
Alice 1620 



Thomas Cowlin=Katherin Da. of 



fil. et heres a3t. 
40 Annoru. 



Robt. 3 fil. 
astat. 2 
annoru. 



I 

John Cowlin 
fil. et heres 
a^t. 15 



Willm. Levelis 
de Madern 



Gertrude mar. to 
Emanuell Blewet 
de Com. Devon 



Willm 
Cowlin 
2 fil. 10 



1. Honor 



2. Anne 



Jone 



N 

The M'ke of John Cowhn. 



Parish Registers — continued. 
Peter Courteney, bur. 
John Courteney and Jlary Rawe, mar. 
John, son of John and ilary Courteney bap. 
Peter ,, ,. ., 

Will. „ Will, and Jane Courteney, bap. 
John ,, „ J, 

Will", son of Peter C, Knt, by Also his wife, bap. 
Ric. Com'teney, gent., bur. 3 May, 
Eleanor 

Allse, wife of Sir Peter Cortnye, bur. in the Church 25 Nov. 
M"' Humphary Corteny and M"istres Allse Cortne, mar. 27 Dec. 
Edw., s. of Humphry Courteny, Esq., bapt. 22 Dec. 
Tho. Courteney and Jane Chely, mar. 26 May 

Marriage Licenses. 
John Courteney, gen. de Lazack al's Ladock, and Anne St. Albiu, dau. of St. Albyu 

of Crowau, ar. 
Edw. Courteney of Lazac, ar. and Elizb. Gorges of St. Budeaux 
Will. Coui-tney of Butshed, in p'ish of St. Budoxe and Dorothy Gorg. of same gen. 
Kic. Courteney of Lanivet, gen. and Philippa, dau. of Humphry Prouzeof Chagford, 

mar. 





PARISHES. 


1704. 


St. Neott. 


1709. 




171(1. 




1717. 




1742. 




1745. 




1647. 


St. Sampson's 


1627. 


St. Winnow. 


1629. 


,, 


1659. 


Tywardrcath. 


1666. 


,, 


1667. 


,, 


1696. 


,, 



10 



17 



Peter Courteney of Lazack, ar. and AUce, dau. of Jonathan Rashleigh of Fowey, mar. 1 1 
W W'" Courteny of St. Mich. Penk. and Elizb. Grossman of Botesfleming, '"^ 



17 



Oct., 1595. 
1614. 
1615. 

May, 1637. 
Dec, 1638. 
Dec, 16.39. 



' Treugwainton. « Zennor? ^ Constantine ? 

* JefiEery Cowlyn, gent., and Dorothy Courteney, mar. 17 Jan., 1561. — Chudleigh par. reg., 
Devon. John Cowling of Trewornon, and Joan ux. eius qu. Peter Burnand, def., names John, 
s. of Jn" Cowling. Ped. fin. 32 Ed. III. No. 3. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 55 

John Crabb of Castelwich=j=Da. & heyre of Bruysye 



Thomas John Crabb of=j=Margerie Da. of W™ Scawyn of Molinick 



Peter John Crabb of=FMars;* Da. of John Clowberie of Broadston 



Henry 2 sone John Crabb of Castlewich=j=Joane Da. & Coh. of Thomas Wollesdon 
in Com. Cornwall I of Wollesdon. gent. 



John sone & hey. atat. 12. 1620 Mary a dau. atat. 10. 1620 

Not signed. 



Sciant presentes et futuri qd ego Nicholaus de Todiford dedi, concessi et hac 
p'^senti carta mea confirmavi Robto fratri meo de Cressel unam acrum terr^ Cornu- 
biensis in Harelesdon &c. Hijs testibus Vine de Poldresak Ermano de le Marquille 
Rico de Tregrilla, Waltero Doygnill et alijs sans dat 

Sciant present, et futur' qd ego Ruwall de Cressol dedi concessi et hac present, 
carta mea confirmavi Robto de Treviwen p' homagio et servicio suo totam terram 
meam in Harelsdon &c. sans dat. 

Sciant present, qd ego Rad'us de Cressel didi concessi et hac presenti Carta mea 
confirmayi Robto de Cressell totam terram meam in villa de Cressell &c. Hijs 
testibus Willo de Penquit Rico de la Brigge, Willo de Carballa et alijs. Dat. in 
festu Sti Lawrencij martiris anno regni Regis Edw, tercij a conquestu Angl. quinto 

Sciant present' et futur' qd ego Walterus de Polhelon dedi concessi et hac presenti 
carta confirmavi Willo de Cressell Heredibus suis et assignatis &c. Dat. Die Sabbati 
prox post festu' Beati Joh'is ante porta' Latinam, A° regni regis Edw. III. a conq. 
Angli. nonodecimo 

Hac Indentura facta inter Will'm Cressell et Isabell uxore' eius ex parte una et 
Joh'em Proseper et Margeria' uxore' eius et altra p'te testatur q'^ predict. Will'mus 
et Isabella, Joh'is et Margeia &c. Hijs testibus Ric'o de Trochynock, Hen. 
Tresulgan, Johi Scawen et alijs. Dat. apud Sanctu' Gorna in die veneris prox post 
festum Sc'i Andrea Ap'U. A° regni regis Rici secundi tercio 

Sciant presentes et futur' q-^ ego Willms Cressoll et Isabella uxor mea dedimus 
concessimus et hac presenti Carta nosti-a confirmavimus Nicho. de Padardaet Thomo 
filio suo et heredibus de corporibus d'ci Thome exeuntibus unam p'cellam terras &c. 
Dat. apud Cressell die veneris prox post festu' S'ci Martini. Anno regni regis Rici 
secundi a conquestu Angli. decimo octavo 

* Malger Cressel held Cressel, temp. K. John. Assize Roll, 8 John, Launceston. 



56 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Riwall de Cressoll sans dat. 

Eadus de Cressoll A" 5 E. III. 



Willm's de Cressoll A" 19 E. III. 



Willms de Cressell A° R. II. 3 et 18=Isabella uxor eius 



John Cressoll de Cressoll in Com. Cornb. 



John Cressell de Cressell^Ellzab. Da. of . . . Grills of 



in Cornub. 



Shevioke in Cornwall 



John Cressell de Cressell=Agnes Da. of Edw. Scawen James 2 fil. de 



fil. primo. 



of S' Germins 



S' Germins 



Jone £et. 30 Will'ms Cressell fil et heres==Amy Da. of Willm John 2 fil. 

— ret. 40 Annoru' 1620 I Andrew of S' Germins tet. 34 
Parnell 19 | 

I I I 

Robt. Cressell fil. pri- Thomas 2 fil. John 3 fil. set. 
mogenitus tetat. 8 tetat. 5 3 mensis. 

JOHN CRESSEL. 



John Crwse^ younger Brother of the house of=i=Jone^ Da. of Baberie 
Morehard lived at Liskerd in Com. Cornwall I in Com. Cornw. 



I 

Rich. Crwse 
fil. primogc. 
ob. s. p. 



Gilbert Crwse of=Jane Da. of James Humphrie John Crwse 3 sone 

Corn- mar. ]\Iary Da. of 



S' Garons in 
Com. Cornwall 



of S' Garrans in Com. 
wall 



' He was son of Anthony Crewcs of Liskeard (who came from Cruse Morcliard, Devon) by 
Johanna, wid. of Nicholas Glynn, and daughter of John Bealburye of Liskeard, IMerchant, who 
died 28 July, 1581, and by Will (prob. at Exeter, 1583) gave unto John Crewes and the heirs of 
his body, lands in Burgh of Leskerd, Lyskeard Sanctuary, Trembrase, Trewidlonde, Trewen, 
Skynter, Trematon, Colewood in p'ish of St. Nightons, Bodmin, Easthendra in the p'ish of St. 
Kewe, and Bodinnick, co. Comw. ; rem. to Anthony Crewes, in default to rt. hrs. resi»ctively of 
his three daurs., viz., Johan, ns. Anthony Crewes, and late wife of Nicholas Glynn, set. 40 ; Alice, 
ux. Ju" Jladocke, late ux. .Jn" Petherbridge, set. .37 ; .and Thomazin, ux. Jn" Drake, and late ux. 
Tho. Eydcr, xt. 30. Inq. p. m. 24 Elizb. .John Bcalbury purchased the advowson of Koche, 
Comw. (Star Chamb. Hy. VIII.) Thomazin, dau. and cob., married John Drake ; and the will 
of Will. Drake, Bector of Roche, was proved at Exeter 1597. 

= Da. of Christf. Tredcnick of St. Breock. Harl. MS. 1079, fos. 186 .ind 33, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



57 



Anne fil. 1 Thomazin Elizab. mar. to Anthonie Crwes of 2 Nicholas set. 14 

mar. Tho, unmaried Stephen Gen- S'Garrons Super stes — 

Martin of ninge of S* seta. 20, 1620 3 Edward ^t. 12 

Foye in - Garrons — 

Cornw. 4 Edward set. 8 



John fetat. 24 Rich. ast. 22 



Nicho. set. 20 
ANTHONY CREWES. 



Crotfen\ 

John Crocker of Lynam in Com. Devon ^ 



John Crocker of Lynam Thomas Crocker of S' Anns=Margery da. of John Gyll 



Sonne & heir 



in Cornwall 2 sonne 



of Tavestock 



John Crocker of S* Agnes living 1620= Hugh 2 sonne 

JOHN CROCKER. 



William Crockhaye of Kingston upon Hull=j= 



Robert Crockhay== 
I 



Nathaniell Crock-=Ellyn da. of Tho- Beniarain Crock- 
hay of Peryn mas Lukye & hay of Bristow 
living 1620 widdowofTho. 2 sonne 
Tremenhere 



=. . . . da. of Ann wife to 
AUder of Arthure 
Bristow Tempest 



Elizabeth 



Sara 



Thomas 1 sonne 



Robert 2 sonne 

Not signed. 



^ Mary, dau. of John Croker of Lynham, married Hen. Knyvett of Cornwall, vide Pad. post 
and Mary, 3rd dau. of John Croker of Lynham, mar. Tho. Southcott, vide Ped. ' Harl Soc Visit' 
Dev., 1620,' p. 269. 



58 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



€vomxmh 

Arms. Sa. a chevr. Or. hettv. 3 goats' heads erased Arg. 

James Crasman of Crose in Com. Corn, quere testified by W Estcote. 

.To. Croseman of Crosse in Cornwall s:ent. 24 H. VII.=j=Joane Da. of Louis 

^1 

Edw. Ci'osman of Crosse gent. 7 H. VIII.=pJoane Da. of Brendon 



John Crosman ^ of Crosse=pPhillip Da. of John Giflfbrd of 
gent. 37 H. VIII. Hallisburie in Com. Devon Esq. 



^John Cros- =Blanch Da. & Coh. Nicho. Crosman of=f=Marg' Da. of 

Rich. Myners 



man of Crosse 



of Edw. Couch of 
St. Stephens 



St. Peniock in 
Cornwall 



3 Eich.=]\Iary Da. James Crosman=Elizb. Da. of Phill. ux' Wm. Elizb. uxor 



2 sone 

of 

Crosse 



of Rich. of Crosse in Nicho. Skell- Ede of St. 

Trevanian Com. Cornwall ton of Lan- Peniock 
liveing 1620 dilt 



Jo. Eustace 
of St. 
Penioke 



Elizab. Da. & hey. at. half yeare 
JAMES CROSMAN. The mai-ke of + NICHO. CROSMAN. 



Arms. The Coate as they suppose is 3 garbes hi pale. 

Henry Cullow of Tintagell=Walthen Da. John of Kelly 



John Cullow of Tintagell=pJane* Da. & hey. of Rich. Facy of "Winscott 
in Com. Cornwall I in the parish of Puerthy 



5 Honor 3 fil. mar. to 
^Edm. Painter of 
Lanrethin Cornwall 



^WillmCuUowof 
TintagellinCom. 
Cornwall a>tat. 30 
annorn' 1620 



*'Jane 4 
Da. cTt. 20 
annor. 



I 
^Grace fil. prirao- 
genita tetat. 40 
nnmaried 



Anna 2 fil. 
fet. 36 un- 
maried 



WILLIAM CULLOW. 



' Ob. 4 Oct. 9 Eliz. Inq. p. m. 12 Elizb. No. 51, names his wife Phillipa, and John his son and h. 
= ^t. 20 and 6 month. 12 Elizb. ^ Mamed at Goran 28 Jan., 1617. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
< Jane wife of Juo.C'ullow bur. 10 Dec. 1021. *Honorda.of Jno. Cullow bap. 28 Mar., 1595. ~] Tiutagel 
«(Edni) Panter and Honncr Cullow mar. ^Will.CuUow (etatis 81) bur. 29 June, 1671. I Par. 
20 Jan., 1618. 9 Grace da. of Jno. Cullow bur. 2 Aug., 1623. f Keg. 

« Jane da, of Jno. Cullow bap. 29 Ap.. 1 597. J (J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 59 



Basse. 



Sciant p'sentes et futuri q'^ ego Willo Dagh de S' Eth dedi concessi et hac p'sent 
carta mea confirmavi Warino Donand omnia messuagio &c. in Villa de S' Eath &c. 
Dat' apud S' Eath A" 45 Ed. III. 

Sciant p'"sentes & faturi q'' ego Lucea que fait ux'^' Joh'is Smith de Trewegett in 
pura viduetate mea dedi concessi & hac presenti carta mea confirmavi &c. Eico 
Smith filio meo & Roesie filio Johis Cradock omnia messuagia terr. et tenement. &c. 
Dat' apud Trewegett A" Regni Regis Edw. post conquest. Angliaj Octavo. 

Taken out of an old paper pedegre written in a very auntient hand, remaining 
in the custodie of John Dagg of Trewegett in Com. Cornub. the 2 of October a° 
D'ni 1620. 

John Smith of Trewegett=Jane da. of John Peirs 



William Dagg of S' Eaty==Jennet da. & heire of John Smith of Treweggett 



Nicholas Dagg of Treweget=|= 
^1 



Stephen Dagg of Trewegget=j=Eliza. da. & heire of John Reskere of Reskere 



John Dagge=. . . . da. & heire John Dagg of===Dorothy da. of William Dag= 



3 Sonne of Trefrye of S* Trewegett 

Eath 1 Sonne 



Nicholas Cavell 2 sonne 
of Treharreck esq. 



John Dagg of Treweget=j=John da. & heire of Nicholas 2 George 3 
Sonne & heire I Walter Colman 



John Dagg of Trewegett sonne & heire=f=Margery da. of William Webber of S' Kew 



John Dagg of Treweget=Dorothy da. of Rich. Lynham Edward 1 Abell 2 



Sonne & heir livina; 1620 



of S' Kew 



I II II 11^ 

Richard Dag sonne & heir John 2 Radigund 1 da. Johan 3 da. 

aetat. 8 Annoru' 1620 — — — 

John 3 Susan 2 da. Thomasine 4 

JOHN DAGGE. 



' St. Teath. 

* Several members of this family were Mayors of Bodmiu. One, Digory Dag of St. Kew, 
sou of Nicholas, before 1623 was a charitable benefactor, as appears on a Tablet in Bodmin 
Church. For a more comprehensive pedigree of Dagg, see Sir John Maclean's ' Hist, of Trigg.' 
vol. i., p. 296, and vol. ii., pp. 178, 179. 



60 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



©anlip. 



Thomas Dawndv vel Dannev of Lanreth in Com. Corn-==Marnr' Da. of Tho. Mahow 



wall descended ft-om the auntient familj'e of the Dann jes 
of Sheviok in the County of Cornwall 



of Minhenuit in Com. 
Cornwall 



Nicholas Danny of Lanreth= 
Sonne & heii-e 



=Christian da. of Willm Scawen Alice wife to William 



of S' Germains 



Wilton of Lanreth 



William Dandy^ vel Danny of Lan- 
reth in Com. Comw. living 1620 



=Margaret da. of Rich. Walter 2 Nicholas 4 
Bruin 2 of Tavestock — 

John 3 



Nicholas Danny Sonne & heire Thomas^ 2 Francis 4 Ann 1 da. 
£etat. 16 annoru' 1620 — — 

William 3 Elizabeth 2 

W" DANDY. 



©arltp* 



Arms. Gu. & fleurs-de-lis 3, 2, 1, Arg. tviihin a bordure Ermine. 
Johes Dai-ley de Buttercram in Com. Ebor' 



Nathan Darley de Beckles=]\Iaria filia . . . Houghton de Houghton 



in Com. Suff. 



filij Junioris de Houghton 



Mary uxor Hen. Cres- John Darley de Northill in==Anna filia Johis Feateley al's 



well de London 



Com. Comub. et rectori 
EccUse ib'm 



Fayreclowgli de Civitate 
Oxonia 



John Darley filius Primogenitus at, 3 menses 1620= Nathan {sic) 

JOHN DARLEY. 



> Bur. 30 Mar., 1648 ; Margt., his wife, biu\ 2 Aug., 1G50. Mm-. Tab. Lanreath Ch. 

^ Same as Browne of Brownlarsh. ^ xhos. Dandy, gent., bur. 1692. Lanreath Par. Reg. 

* Inq. p. m. 6 Ed. III., 2nd Nos., No. 79, Nich. Damiay. John, his son and heir. set. 30 and more. 

Inq. p. m. 20 Ed. III., 1st Nos., No. 33. John Daunee al's Daiiney, Chivalier, oh. 4 Aug., 
20 Ed. III. Emelyna, da. and heir, jet. 18 and more (she afterwards married Sir Kdw. Courteney, 
and was mother of Edw. C, the blind Earl of Devon). Names Will. Daunee and John, brother of 
Nich. Daunee ; lands in Sheviock, &c. 

Bed. Fin. 30 Eliz. Hillary, Comw. No. 16. Joseph Bastard, qu. Nicholas Dandy, gent., and 
others def . tent, in Kescradock. 

Fed. Fin. 41 Eliz., Mich.. Comw. No. 35. William Moulton, gen., and William Dandy, gen. qu. 
Edm. Dourich, gen., and Agnes, his wife, def. mess, and tent, in Saltash. 



The visitation of the county of Cornwall. 61 



To enquyre better for this descent of Brandon. 

Brandon 

I 

Charles Brandon ^ Duke of ... Leventhorp=Elizb. Da. of 
SuflPolke tempe H. VIII. Brandon 



Rob. Brograre of Bickingham=pKatherin Da. of Leventhorp 



. . Hammond of Pritwell Esq.=Anne Da. of Rob. Brograve 



Rich. Hamond of Pritwell Esq.==Elizb. Da. of Sanders of Cornwall 
\ 

I I 

W^ Darrell of Crowan=Phillip Da. & Coh. Elizb. 2 Da. & Coheire 



in Cornwall 



of Rich. Hamond maried to Jo. Wilson 



Rich. Darell sone & hey. £et. 20 Annoru' 1620 John 2 sonne 

. WILLM DARRELL. 



Bmps. 



Arms. 1. Dennys. Erm.Siaitleaxesgu. 2. Dabernon, 3. Giffard. 4. Brewer. 
5. BocKERELL. 6. Ar., a chev. sa. charged with three acorns or, between 
3 birds' h'ds erased of the second. ? Christenstow. 

Crest. A Griffin's head eras. erm. 

le le proveray vray. 

Tho. Dennis of Holcomb==Jenno»" Da. of Phill. Lovday of Cheston in Suff. 



S'' Thomas Dennis 1 sonne Hen. Dennis of Petroke Stowe=Alice Da. of Speeke 

in Devon 4 sonne 



Tho. Dennis of Creede in Com. Cornwall==Marg'^ Da. of Tho. Tremayne 

I A 

' Anne, sister of Charles Brandon, D. of Suff., was widow of Sir John Shillston, and first 
wife of Sir Gawen Carew, Tomb in Exeter Cathedral. Named in will of Sir G. C. P. C. C. 34, 
BrudeneU, 1585. 



62 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Grace Da. of W" Leigh= 
of St. Katherin's in 
Cornw. 



I 1 

=Tho. Dennis of Menheniot=f=Grace Da. of Jo. Polewheele 



of Cornwall limng-e 1620 



Edmond Mary Tho. sone & hey. 
2 Sone 3 Da. atat. 16. 1620 



of Polewheele in Cornwall 



Grace Dorithie 
1 Da. 2 Da. 

THOMAS DENYS. 



Raphe Dewin^ of Gwinnier in Com. Cornwall==Da.2 & Coh. of Tristram Cullaud 



Katherin mar. to Willm Geare son of 
Geare Father of Alic wife to Tho. 
Dewin 



Thomas Dewin s=f= Alice Da. of . . . Geare 



of Gwinier 



of Marrasow * in Com. 
Corn. 



II II 

Thomas^ 2 fil. John Dewin^ de==Marg* Da. of John Thomas Jane'' Blanch mar. 

a?tat. 30 Gwiner in Com. of Crowan in Com. Corn- virg to Chapman 

annor' Cornwall wall 



4 Anna^ tet. 12 

5 Elizab.9 7 

6 MaryW 5 



Thomas Dewin" 2 John^^ 
Sonne & heire set. 8 

atat. 17 



1 Elianor a3t. 20 

2 Alice 13 set. 18 

3 Charity 16 
JOHN DEWEN. 



* Edward Deuys and Maria Thorn's were mar. 25 Nov. 1581, St. Ewe Par. Eeg. Tliis Pod. is 
given at considerable length in Harl. MS. 1079, ffo. 177-8. 



> Bur. 20 Aug. 1580. 

- Ann, wife of Ralph. Dewin, bur. 

25 March, 1575. 
•'' Bur. 14 Feb. 1590. 
■• Marazion. '■ 

^ Bapt. 1,3 April, 1589. 
6 „ 1 April, 1571. ' 

t Grace, da. of Thomas Dcwiu, bapt 
KafEc, son of 
Margeiy, da. of 
Barbara, „ 
Jane, ,, 

Edward, son of 

Peter, „ „ bur. 

Margery, da. of 
Edward son of 
Kathcrine daughter of Thomas Dewin 

and John Folkinghorne, mar. 18 Feb., 1594 



7 Bapt. 23 April, 1581. \ 
23 July, 1608. 
31 Jan., 1610. 
20 Feb., 1613. 
7 Mar., 1603. 
31 Jan., 1611. 
,, 26 April, 1601. 

17 Jan., 1573. 

19 Jan., 1574. 
1 April, 1582. 
5 June, 1583. 

10 May, 1607. 

27 Aug., 1615. 

24 Nov., 1577. 

20 June, 1582. 
10 Nov., 1615. 



Gwinear Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 63 

John Hey of Hey sonne & heir of Robt.=Johan da. & coheir of Rich. Crook of 



Dotson==. ... da. & coheire of John Hey 



Thomas Dotson of Hey==. ... da. & coheire of Molyns 



John Dotson of Hey==Margery da. of Enys 



Thomas Dotson of Hey=Eliza. da. of Willm Piper 



Mary da. 4 da. to S''=Robert Dodson of Hey=ThomaBine da. to Francis Duller 



Hugh Pollard 2 wife now living 1620 



of Shillingham 1 wife 



Thomas sonne & heire setat. 10 annoru' 1620 Elizabeth 

* Not signed. 



Arms. Three shields are given : — 

The first is impaled. Daron, blank. Femme. Or, a chev. hetiv. 3 escallops sa. 
The second shield is of Edgcombe. Gu. on a hend sa. cottised or, 3 hoars' h'ds 

erased (? couped) arg. 
Third shield, quarterly, 1 & A, Edgcomb. 2^3 (Holland). Sa. semee de 
fleurs-de-lis, a lion ramp, within a border engr. all arg. 
Crest. A Boar's Kd couped prop. 

^S"" Rich** Edgcomb. Kt. comptroler of the houshould 
to H. VII. ob. 1409. 8 Die 8eptemb.== 



^S'' Pierse Edgcomb Kt. of Mont=Da. & hey. of Dernford 
Edgcomb in Com. Devon 

I ^ 

* Thomas Dotson, gener., buried 1610. Wendron Par. Keg. 

John, son of Tho. Dodson, Esq., of Hay, in St. Ive, bur. 23 Sept., 1730, set. 14, at Lansallos. 
Wm. Drake, cler., mar. Jane Dosten 3 Dec., 1598. Wm. Dosteu mar. Honor Williams, 
1604. Fra., s. of Wm. Dosen, bur. 1608. Truro Par. Peg. 

1 The date here given is incorrect. Hen. VII. began his reign 22 Aug., 1485. For more of 
Sir Rich. Edgcombe see ' Le Neve's Ped. of Knights,' Karl. Soc. Pub., p. 25. 

2 Int. Wm. Courteney, and ors. qu. Peter Eggcombe, Kt., and Johanna his wife, def., East 
Stonehouse, Ashwater, Goodlegh, &c., Ped. fin., Cornwall, 7 Hen VIII., Mich. Term. No. 76. 

Inq. p. m. 19 Ed. IV. No. 35., James Dernford, son and h. of James, son and h, of Stephen 
Dernford. Johanna, da. and heir- of said James, set, 5 years and more. 



64j the visitation of the county of CORNWALL. 
^^A 

^ S"" Rich. Edgcomb fil. et here8=^Da. of Tregian of. Golden in Com. Corn. 



^ Peter vel peirse Edgcomb==Marg* Da. of S"" Andrew Lutterell Kt. 



Mil i| 

Katherin mar. Ed- Elizab. mar. to Anne mar. to Ric. Trefusis Margaret mar. 

mond Predeaux of S' John Spec- 2 to Ambrose Manington to S'" Edward 

Netherton cot Kt. of South Petherin Denny Kt. 

I \ \ n 

John Andrew Mary Da. of S''=f=*S'Rich. Edg-=Anne Da. of S"" Pierse Edgcomb 



4 fil. 5 fil. in Tho. Coteeles 
ob. s.p. London de London 
militis ux, 2 



comb of Edg- George Cary of 2 fil. 
comb Kt. CockingtonKt. — 

ob. s. p. ux 1 Edward 3 fil. at 
Bodi-igan 



Pierse Edgcomb. fil. et heres ast. 1 1 
annoru' temp. Visitacionis 1620 



^Rich. Edgcomb. 2 filius 
agtatis 8 annoru' 



Not sig7ied. 



^ligtombe. 



S'' Rich. Edgcomb Kt. Mont Edgcomb== 



S'' Peter Edgcomb== 



S-- Rich Edgcomb. Kt.= 



A 



1 Sir Richard died 1 Feb., 1562. Will dated 1 July, 1560, proved in London 24 April, 1562, 
names Richard, Henry, and Edward, his sous, a daughter mar. to Henry Champernon, and his 
daughters Anne and Honor (Edward and the two last not of age). This da. Anne was wife of the 
Rev. Hugh Dowrish, Rector of Lapford ; mar. lie. dated 29 Nov., 1580. She dedicated, in 1589, 
a book, now very scarce, to her loving brother Master Pearse Edgecombe of Mount Edgecombe, 
Devon, entitled 'A History of Bloody Broils,' k.c. The dedication is a curious Acrostic on Pears 
Edgcomb's name. It is noticed in the Select Poetry of the Parker Society, 1845. 

- Inq. p. m., John Wyse, 34 Hen. VIII., No. 37, Sir Richard's wife is called Elizabeth 
[according to Edmondson Elizabeth was da. of Sir Jno. Arundell] ; and in Inq. p. m.. Sir Rich. 
Edgcombe, 4 Eliz. No. 29, the names of the children are given as in the will, but the Christian 
name of Champernon's wife is omitted. 

^ Executor of his father's \vill, which he proved 24 April, 1562, as Peter Edgcombe. He was 
son and heir of Sir Richard, and aged 26 at his father's death. Vide Inq. p. m. 4 Eliz. No. 29. 

" Knighted at Whitehall 23 July, 1603. 

* Jlonumeut in St. Gorran Church. To Rich. Edgcumb of Bodrugan, Ai'., a younger son of 
Sir Richard Edgcumb, erected by Piers Edgcumb, the eldest son, A.D. 1655. 

♦ Sir Andrew Luttrell's wife was Marg', dau. of S' Thomas Wyndham, the grandson of John 
Howard, 1st Duke of Norff. of that name. This match brought a Royal descent from Tho^ de 
Brotherton into the house of Edgcomb. Marg' Luttrell's will P. C. C. 8 Butt. 1583. Peter Edg- 
cumbe and his daughter Margaret his wife. Executors. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 65 

A| 

Peter Edgcomb.i===Margt Da. of S'' Andrew Luttrell Kt. 



S'' Rich. Edgcomb. Kt. Edw. Edgcomb. of Bodringham^ in Cornw. 
sone & hey. 3 sone of Peter liveing 1620 

. EDWARD EDaCOMBE. 



Rich. Edmondes of Lidington in Com.=pMargerie Da. of Rich. 



Rutland who came out of the house of 
Empingham in Lincolnsh. 



Knoles of Cold Ashby 
in Com, Northampton 



Roger 1 sone of Everard Edmondes=j=Jenephor Da. of Elizb 



Lidington in 
Com. Rutland 
liveinffe 1620 



of Trwro in Com. 
Cornwall liveinge 
1620 2 Sonne 



Michael Averie 
of Trwro in 
Cornwall 



Margery 
ux'' ux^ Wil- 

Haddon liames 



Edward Hugh Francis Hen. sone & hey. 
2 sone 3 sone 1 Da. atat. 7, 1620 

EVERARD EMONDES. 



Margerie 
2 Da. 



[sic] 



€li\i3arlres. 



Da. of Samford of = 
Coome florie de Com. 
Somerset relicta 
Stephens 2 uxor 



Willm William 
Stephn. 



=Henry Edwardes of Lelant= Matilda Da. of 
in Hund. Penw*'* Marg*^ da. John Launce of 
of John Gavrigan of Gavri- St. Clemets iuxta 
gan in Com. Cornw. ux 3 Truro ux. 1 

T 



Tho. Edwards -- 
de Lelant in 
Com. Cornwall 



=Jane Da. of John Ros- Jenefer 

cruge de Roscrude in 

Com. Cornwall Elizab. 



— yob. infantes 



Jane Margaret Henry Edwards Thomas Beniamin 
— — fil. primogenitus 2 fil. 13 8 fil. set. 7 

Anne Prudence set. 20, 1620 

THO. EDWARDES. 



1 Ob. 4 Jan. 4 Jas. 1606-7. S' Eich. Edgcomb, sou & h., set. 30, et amijl. Misc. Inq. p. m. Eliz., 
Jas. & Chas., No. 109. Barton of Mount Edgcombe al's West Stonehouse. & other lands named. 

^ Bodrigan. ^ gjig ^as widow of Wm. Bossavern. Hail. MS., 4031, fos. 61 & 62. 

* Int. Ralph Edwards, gen. q. Michael Tresahar, gen., and Tho. Tresaher, gen., def. lands in 
Tregandalliou al's Tregautallan and Mewan. Ped. fin. Cornw. 8 James I. Michm. 

K 



66 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



eiforli. 

John Elford of Shippester in Com. Devon=f=Margery da. of Roger Langeflford 



John Elford of Ship-=p .... da. of Thomas Elford of=^ Alice da. of Benny & 



pesford sonne & heir 



Gregory! Mawnan in Com. widdow of Edw. Spry 

Cornub. living 1620 



Walter Elford of Shippester living 1620=Barbara da. of John Crocker of Lynam 

THOM'S ELFORD. 



eupott ar Cliot. 



Arms. 1. Elliot. Argent, a Fess gu. letw. 4 cotises wavy, B. 2. Cutland. 3. 
Arg., a trefoil slipped vert. 4. B., a tilting spear ^^c^lewise betw. 2 mullets or. 
5. Pawlherman. 6. Brewin. 7. Kerswell. 8. Downe. 9. Prawle. 
10. Brixston. 11. Arg. on a chief B., 3 mullets or. 12. Gill. 

Crest. An Elej)hant's hd. coup. A., collared g. 
Edw. EUyott of Cutland in Com. Devon.=j= Alice Da. of Rob. Gye of Kingsbridge 



I 
Margt Da. of=Jo. Elliot of St.=Grace Dau. 
Jo. Brjwyn Germayns in Com. Jo. Fitze 
of Plimouth Cornwall ffent. Tavistock 



of=Tho. Elyot= 
of 2 sonne 



=Joane Da. of John 
Norbrooke of 
Exiter 



Edward 
4 sone 



Hugh 
2 sonne 



Walter 
3 sone 



Richard 1 sone= 
of Port Eliott^ 



^Bridget Da. & Alice 

Cohey. of CarswelF a dau. 
of Hatch 



' Elizabeth, daughter of Gregory of Plympton St. Mary. She afterwards married Thomas 
Drake (bro. aud h. of the first Sir Francis D.) 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' Harl. Soc., pp. 105 and 96. 
And her will (as Elizb. Drake, wid.) proved P. C. C, 68 Audley, 23 June, 1632, mentions her 
son Sir Francis Drake, and other members of his family, her twu sons. Will'" and Walter Elford, 
who are appointed overseers, and the following children of her son Walter : John (and Elizabeth 
his wife), Walter, Will"', Frances, wife of Hie. Laugworthy, gent, (and their dau., Elizab. L.), 
Anne, Joane, Elizb., Marie. Her da. -in-law, Barbara Elford. Her grandson, John, executor. 

^ Died 22 June, 1609. Inq. p. m., 7 James, part .2, No. 97. Names John, son and h.. ast. 17, 
11 April, 1609 ; and wife Eadigund, da. of Rich. Gedye ; also his own wife Bridget, and his 
uncle John E. 

3 A daughter of Nicholas Carswell, Ar. of Hatch Arandell, co. Devon. She ob. 5 March, 5 
Jas. Jno. Elliott, son aud h., aged 24 years and more. Inq. p. m. (16 Jas.) Eliz., Jas., and Chas., 
part 4, No. 124. 

* For Extension of Elford, see ' Visit. Dev. 1620,' Har. Soc. Pub., p. 105. 



I'HE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



67 



A| 



S"" John Eliot sone & hey. of Port Elliott^^pRadigund Da. & sole 
in Com. Cornwall liveing 1620 I hey. of Eich. Gedie^ 



Richard 2 Edward 3 John sone and hey. Elizb. Bridgett 

Sonne at. 7 sonne atat. 2 atat. 9, 1620 

* Not signed. 



enps. 



The Coate of Enys is 3 Lizardes & must borne first \_sic]. 

The. Enys of Eneys=j=Kath. Da. of John Reskimer 
in Com. Cornwall of Merthen in Cornwall 



Avis ux"" 
Jo. Tre- 
thowen of 
Trethowen 



Grace ux'" 
Hen. Tyrack 

Blanch 2 Da. 



I 

Jo.EnysofEneys=i=Wynifrid Da. 



in Com. Cornw. 
liveing 1620 



and Cohey. of 
Tho. Rise of 
Trewardrevah 



Agnes ux'' Sinobia 
Mathew ux"" 
Woldridge John 
Coffin 



^John 2 Thomas sone and 
Samwell 3 heire atat. 15, 1620 



Richard Katherin 
4 Sonne a daughter 



JOHN ENYS. 



€r(sep. 



To remember to serch for the Coate that are to be quartered by Erysye, vidz. 

1. Erysie. 

2. Eare. 

3. DURANT. 

4. MiLLETON. 



Willm de Herisi sanz dat.= 



Ricardus de Herisi filius Willi Sanz date. 



I proved by a deed without date. 



' Aged 17 years, 11 April, 1609, Knighted at Whitehall, 10 May, 1618, died 27 Nov., 8 Chas. I. 
Inq. p. m., 8 Chas., part 3, No. 61. John, son & h., aged 20 years and 40 days at father's death. 

* Inq. p. m., Rich. Gedy, 6 Chas., part 1, No. 90. Rich.,' son of Sir Jno. Elliot and Radigund 
his wife, dec, his heir. 

^ John, son of Mr. John Enys, was bapt. at Gluvias 4 April, 1610. Bp. of Exeter's Tran- 
scripts. (J. M.) 

* William Ellyott, supposed to have been of this family, was the first Mayor of Falmouth 
when incorporated under the Charter of Chas. II. 1661. 

t For earlier generations of this ped. see Harl. MS., 1079, fo. 201. 



68 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

^ John Erisy a° 19 E. III.=pJohanua filia Allexan'' D'ns de Godolghan.' 
John Erysye a° 37 E. III.=f: 



William Erisy a° 37 E. III. 



John Erisy a« 16 H. VI. 



Tho. Erisa of Erisa in Con. Cornwall Esq.=f=Alice Da. & hey.^ of Ere of Grindreth. 



James Erissa.=FMarff* Da. & one of heirs of Jo. Duraut Pensinguns in Cornwall.^ 



Alice ux"" Margerie ^ Katherin ux'' James =j=Christian young- Julian ux" Jo. 



Jo. Godol- ux'toTre- Rich. Boni- Erisa 
phin of nouth^ of thon of Cur- of 
Guinope. Treuouth. klaw Erisa.^ 



est Da. of Rog Arondel of 
GrenviU of Trerise. 

Stowe. 



Margt Philip 

1 da. wife to 

Cavell. 



Honor ux'' 
W>" 

Tucker of 
Exiter. 



Rich.=FAvce Da. & 



Erisa 

of 

Erisa. 



Coh.ofWillm 
Milliton of 
Pengersey. 



Dorothy Alice Julian wife 

wife to ux. to Specot 

Pawle 3 Da. of Hm-le- 

HiU. dith. 



Julian ux''W" 
Wadda'8 of S' 
Stevens. 



Alice ux*' Rog. 
Dolton of 
Ireland. 



James Erisa of=FElizb. Da. of 



Errisa a sea 
Captayne.^ 



Tho. Carew 
of Anthonie. 



I 
Anne ux'' "Walt 
Trego st of 
Trewethock. 



1 

Elizb. Da. of Pef'= 
Carew of Bickley in 
Devon. Esq.^o 



=Rich. Erisa of Erisa= 
in Com. Cornw. 
liveinge 1620 Esq. 



=Mary Da.of S"" James 
Ley of Westburie in 
Cora. Wilts K'& 
Baronet. 



Dorithie uxor 

Martin 

Bosustow. 



Rich. 2 Sonne atat. 5 weekes 1620. 



James 1 sone at. 4 1620. 

A * 

' John Erisy, ob. 1.328, married Joane dau. of Ric. Vivyan of Trevidren, ob. 1354. These 
were parents of John Erisy at the head of this ped. (Vid. Vivian ped., post.) ^ Godolphin. 
' In the Inq. p. m. 35 Hen. VIII., No. 8, of James Erisey, his grandmother's name is given 
as Elizabeth. His father James, grandfather Thomas E. and aunt Elizabeth Bonython also named. 
•> She died 1 Januarv, 26 Hen. VIII., Jas. E., her son and h.. set. 34 years and more. ' Esch. 
Inq. Cornw. 31 and 32 H. VIII., No. 3. ^ djc^i 2 May, 33 H. VIII. Inq. p. m. 35 H.VIII. No. 8. 
6 Thos. Trenouth named in Inq. p. m. of Jas. Erisey, 35 H. VIII., together with Kalph Bony- 
thon and Elizab. ux., the da. of Tho. Erisey, and theii' sons John and Edmond B. 

' She was wid. of Juo. Boys of Coswyn. See Inq. p. m. of her bro. James. * 'Wadham. 
" Commanded the White Lion under Sir Era. Drake in 1585. and the galleon Dudley against 
the Armada, 1588. 01). 3 Feb. 43 Eliz. Rich, son and h., ajt. 10 years and no more 19 May. 
Misc. Inq. p. m. 43 Eliz. (temp. Eliz., Jas., and Chas.) part. 7, No. 107. 

'" Rich. Erisey and Mrs. Elizb. Carew, mar. 9 April, 1615. Name of Parish obliterated. 
Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. ? Bickley. 

* Su- Nicholas Parker, Kt., mar. to Avis Erysye, widowe, 26 Jan., 1600, at Grade. Bp. of 
Exeter's Transcripts. (J. M.) 
Elizb. da. of Ric. Erisey ar. bap. 3 Sept. 1623. Ruan Major Par. Reg. 
Thomas, son of Ilic. Erisey, Esq., bp. 16G5. "1 

Rich. Erisey, Gent., bur. 1700. Iq+ vr +f p p 

Charles Vivyan Ar. and Mary Erisey, da. of Rich. Erisey of St. Nyott ( ' ^^°" ^^^- ^^^' 
Ar., mar. licence dated 11 March, 1674, J 



l^HE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



69 



Kath'' ux' Tho. Penwarne 
of Penorne 2 sonne. 



Martha ux' Pet. 
Spry of 1 



Geo. 2 
sone. 



Gertrud ux"" Harison 
2'^ to Gravenor. 



RICHARD ERISEY. 



estcott. 

Walter Estcott al's at Hole did graunt to Humphrie Beville Esq. & to John 
Rentier Esq. and to John Trevilian Esq. & to John Trenger Bastard, Tho. Viall, 
John Somaster, & Thos. Escott theire heires & assignes, all the lands lying in 
Davies w'hin the Manno'' of Fenton & also all his lands in Tinnyo wch was lately 
the lands of Willm Blackdon, and also all his lands in Northdowne in the niannor 
of Westwillesworth, Dated at Fenton die lune prox ante festu Na'tis D'ni A° regni 
H. VI. 27. 

Seal. — A shield charged with six escallops, 3, 2, 1. 

Willm. Totworthy the elder graunteth to Willm Davy & to Jone' his wife & to 
Isabell their daughtr, one peece of land in Totworthy in the manner of Northam, 
dated at Northam the monday next after the feast of the pm-ificacion of the blessed 
Mary in the 10 yeare of H. IV. 

Seal.— J. shield charged with ^plates on afess hetw. 3 griffins' heads erased. 

John Estcott the elder graunteth to Thos. Grenfeild Esq. & to John Estcott 
Junior all his lands in the p'ish of Holsworthy for ever according to the accustomed 
rent. Dated at Solden the 10 of Octob. in y<= 9 yeare of H. VII. 

Seal. — Circular, having a gull, wings expanded. 

Arms. — 1. Estcott. Sa. six escallops Or, 3, 2, 1. 2. B. afess Arg. charged with 
3 roundlets B. hetw. 3 griffins' h'ds eras. Arg. 3. Sa. a chev. betw. 3 trefoils 
slipped Arg. 4. As 1. An Escutcheon of Pretence, Gu. on a chief Arg. 2 
Estoiles Sa. 

Crest. — A gull erect, wings expanded Sa. 

This descent is proved downe by 25 auncient deeds 
whereof these are inserted y' proveth the coate & creast. 
Ricus de Estcott=f= Willms Totworthy de Walter at Comb.=j= 
sans date. I Totworthy Temp. R, I. mar. Christian. I 



Osbertus de Estcott duxit=p 
Basiliam fil. WiUmi Laun 
celles. 



Tho. Estcott duxit Asserian= 
fil. Ad£e de Foye Militis. 



Ricus Estcott 
Temp. R. 
Stepa. 



John Totworthy=pFil, et hagres 



Temp. 5 R. II. 



Thomas de Estcott de=j= 
Tamertontemp.E.III. I 



Walteri at 
Comb. 



John Totworthy= 
Temp. H. IV. 



=fil. 
Noble. 



Richard Estcott mar.=p John Estcott at Hole in=j= Willm Totworthy lived=p 
Jane da. of Gourdon. I Tamerton temp. H. V. I in the tyme of H. IV. I 

A I B j C 1 

1 Mar. at Ruan Major 10 Oct., 1614. (Par. Reg.) Henry Erisy, Esq., bur. 6 Ap. 1681. (Eglos- 
kerry Par. Reg.) Mrs. Frances Erissey, bur. 23 Ap. 1687. (Ruan Ma. Par. Reg.) Wm. Erisey, 
ob. 1688. Tomb. Eglosken-y Churchyard. 

* Pad. Fin. 4 King John, Com. Pasch., No. 1. Inter Rich, de Trecarl q. Henry Heriz def. in 
Ebbeford, etc. Rob. de Heriz appears in the Assize Roll, Launceston, 8 K. John. Hemy Erisey 
was seated at Tredidon, Egloskerry, A.u. 1676 (by deed in possess, of Ed.) 



70 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Rubt Estcott mar. 
the Da. of Beau- 
pre. =j= 



Al 



Walterus Est- 
cott temp. H. 
VI. 



=filia Hurst 
de Credi- 
ton. 



John Tot-=r 
worthy de 
Totworthy 



"Willms Totwor- 
thy 2 fil. mar. 
JoneDa. of. . . . 



Stephen Estcott Duxit filiam= 
.... Gervis Statton. 



Thomas Estcott= 
temp. H. VI. 



= Alicia fil. et Coh. Johis Totwor- 
thy de Penishill in Abbotshams. 



Robt. Escott Duxit Marga-=j= 
retam filiam Rici Llohun. I 



John Escott by 2 deedes= 
in E. IV. tyme. 



=Jane Relicta 
Browninge. 



Stephen Estcott mar. Matilda= 
Da. of Willm Menwincke. 



Rich. Estcott mar. the Da.=p 
of William Kellaway. 



John Escott=j= 
temp. H. VII. 

John Estcott de Laun- 
ceston temp. H. VIII. 



John Pentier son=Matildafilia et hteres John Estcott de Tamer-=Charity Da. of 
of Richard Pentier. Rici Estcott. ton temp. E. VI. I John Leache. 



Rob'tus Estcott de Pwishall in p'ochia de Abbotsham in Com. Devon.=f= 



John Estcott de-pAnne fil. & her. of Man-=Willms Vallet de Northam 
Pewishall. ing de Com. Devon. Arm. 2 maritus. 



Elizab. mar. 
first to Wal- 
ter Stoford of 
Stoford 2 to 
John Sea- 
mour of 
Launcesto' 



Christian 
mar. to 
John 
Glanvile 
of Laun- 
ceston. 



I 

Jone mar. 
to John 
Reade of 
Biddiford. 



Willmot Da.=Rich. Estcott^Honor Da. of 



of Sampson 
Grills of 
Launceston 
ux. 1. 



de Launces- 
ton sup'stes 
1620. 



Margaret mar. 
to Digorie 
Prowt of Ker- 
nick. 



I I 

^Joh'esEstcott=Maria fil. et Rich. Escott 

de Launceston : Coh. Caroli de Lincolnes 

fil. et ha3res : Prust de Inue 2 son. 
sup'stes 1620. Thori in 
I Hartland. 



John Stone of 
Trevigo relict 
Charles Prust 
ux, 2. 



Jane mar. 
to Nich. 
Voly of 
Hartland. 



Thomas 
Estcott 

3 Sonne. 

Charles 

4 Sonne. 



Rich. Estcott fil. primogenitus 
jetat. 6 annoru' 1620. 



Bevill Estcott 2 sonne 
a3tat. 2 annorum 



Maria fil. unica 
aitat. 4 annu'. 



RICHARD ESTCOTT. 



' In 1620, John Estcott of Launceston was Deputy to the Office of Arms for Devon and 
Cornwall (Bodl. Lib. Ashm. 836, fo. 513). (J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 71 



Jfitjpen ars ^j^ippm. 



Arms. Arg. hvo bars, in chief 3 escallops, sable. 

Hen. Fitzpen of St, Mary Ov'y in Devon=Alice Da. of Peirse of Ireland 



Jo. Fitzpen===. . . . Da. of . . 



Eobt. Fitzpen al's Fippen of =Cicilie Da. of Tho. 
Wamouth in Com. Dorset Jordon of Dorsetsh. 



Owen Fitzpen of David ^Qeo. 3 sone of Trewro in Cicilie 
Ireland 1 sonne^ 2 sone Cornwall liveing 1620 a da. 

GEO. FITZPEN al's PHIPPEN. 



dflamanfee. 

Arms. Flamanke. Arg., a cross letw. 4 mullets, gu.pierced or, quartering Peverell, 
B. 3 garls ar., a chief or. 

(The arms are trick'd in pencil, evidently by the Herald.) 

Eich. Flamoke of Bukian in Cornw.=Margaret Da. of Peter Geirveis de Perin^ 



James Flamock=Jane Da. of Hen. Trewynard 

\ 

I i I I I 

Richard ==Jane Da. & 2 Thomas Elizab. 



Flamock 



sole heir Tho. 3 Eobt. Christian 
4 James 



I I II 

Lovedaye maried John=Joyce Da. Thomas =Elizab. Da. of 1 Loveday 



to Will. Barret 2 fil. 
of Tregarin 



of S*" Ric. Flamock 
Honstant 



John Trelawnie 2 Jane 
of Minwenick 



John Roa'er Gilbert Flamock=Jone Da. of Eeinold Jane mar. to 



— de Buscnae 1 son 

Henry A 



Gaire of Liskerd Peter Fantleroy 



1 There is a Monument to this Owen in Truro Church. 

2 Rector of Truro, 1636, ^ Penryn. 



72 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

^1 

"Willm Flamank^Mary Da. of John Carminow of 
of Buscane Fentengollen in Com Cornw. 



Huaro 6 fil.=i=Jane 



de Hellon 
in Com, 
Corw. 



fil. 



Charles ob. 
apud Yar- 
mouth fuit 
Clericus 



Nicholas Fla-=Mary Da. of 



mank of 
Buscane in 
Com. Cornw. 



John Lipkencott 
of Wibberrie in 
Com. Devo' 



Oliver 
2 fil.i 



John 
ob. 



I I 
Hugh 
Christop. 



Barnard Flamank of Buscane Elizab. fil. 
in Com. Cornw. tetat. 22 unica 



BEE. FLAMANKE. 



John Fleminge of Monster in Ireland 



John Fleminge who came into England=Kath' Da. of Barry descended out of 
& seated himselfe in Bristoll I the house of the Lo. Barrye of Ireland 



Nicho. Fleminge of Landith in Pochia=pElizb. Da. of Jenkin Keigwin 
de Maderne in Com. Cornwall of Paule in Cornwall 



John Fleminge 
Docf of Di- 
vinitie & first 
Warden of 
Wadda'CoUedge 
in Oxford ob. 
sine prole 



Tho. Fle-=Elizb. Da. & 



minge of 

Landithe 

in Com. 

Cornw. 

liveing 

1620 



hey. of Tho. 
Cock of 
Bodmin in 
Com. Corn- 
wall 



Elizb. ux^' 
W" Treruf 
of Maderne 
in Corn- 
wall 



Mary ux>' 1 
Tho. Crudge 
of Mderne 
2 to Rob. 
Jago of St. 
Erme in 
Cornwall 



Clarence 
uxor Edw. 
Mundaye of 
Tregonie in 
Cornwall 



Thomas 
2 Sonne 



I I 
Francis 1 
Grace 2 



Anne 3 
Elizab. 4 



Nicho. sone & hey 
atat. 18, 1620 



Jane 7 sone 
{sic.) 

THOMAS FLEMINGE. 



Mary 5 
Phillip 6 



1 He mar. Elizabeth, da. of Wm. Billing, of Hanger. Vide Pedigree of Billing, ante. Mar. 
Lie. 22 Jan., 1596 ; she is called Elizabeth Billion al's Trelawder of St. Tudye. (J. M.) 
* Will. s. of John Flamanck, gent., bap. 1631 1 p^ ^^^ p^j._ j^ 

John ,, ,, „ and Anne, bap. 1639 j " 

liich. Vivian, gent., mar. Mary Flamock, 1601. St. Columb Major. Par. Reg. 
Mr. Jno. Flamick mar. Mrs. Mileson Hockings, 1668. Lansalloes Par. Reg. 
Ped. fin. 15 Elizb. Cornw. Easter. Roger Flamank & Jno. Vyvyau, gent., q. Otho and 
John Merefield, gent., def. land in St. Columb Major. Luxyllion, &c. 
For further and extensive ped. of Flamanke (vrhich has been registered at Heralds' Coll. 
down to 1848), see Sir Jno. Maclean's ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 283, 285. 

t Thomas Fleming gent, and Mary Harris married, 1657. Gulval. Par. Reg. 
Christ.abel da. of Will" Fleming, bapt. 1573. Fowey Par. Reg. 

Nich. Flemyng, gent., and Anne, da. of Jno. Clese, gent., mar. 1 639. "1 jj^ , p -p 
Nich. Flemyng, gent., bur. 1668. J ' ^' 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OE CORNWALL. 



73 



dflett{)ar. 



Gourny of Corry Mallet 



Robert Fletcher= 
of Leicester 



Thomas Hill=Agnes da. of ... . Gourney of John Gourny 



of Taunton 



Corry Mallet & heire to her S. P. 
brother John 



Robert Fletcher of Mawgan in Cornwall,=pJohan da. & heir to Tho. Hill 
Chapleyn to Queene Elizabeth in ordinary | of Taunton in Com. Som'set 



Godolphin Fletcher=Ann da. of Gourney. 3 Adeodata Hanniball=f=Avis da, 

of Cury Sonne & John Mahew wife to Tho. Fletcher 2 of Tho. 

heir living 1620 ofEastlow^ Trig-gs of sonne Baker 



wife to Tho. Fletcher 2 
Triggs of Sonne 

Gwynnyer 



Hannaball sonne & heir setat. 15 annoru' 1620 Robert. 2 Gourney. 3 

* GODOLPHIN FLETCHAR. 



ffoxtmtn. 



Lewis Fortescue of Vallepit in Com. Devon 



Nicholas Fortescue of Maw-=j=Jane da. of Robt. Hill of Helle- 
gan in Com. Cornub. 2 sonne gan and widdow Michaell Vivian 



Eliza ^^-Wiiijam =Christian 



widow of Fortescue of 

Roger Mawgan now 

Sleman living 1620 
2 wife 



Lewis For-=Lower 



da. of Jo. tescue 2 
Vivian of sonne 
Trelawarren 
1 wife 

A 



Agass Margaret 

da. of wife to wife to 

Jo. Sam- George William 

well Bowden Prisk 



' East Looe. 

^ Mr. William Fortescue of Skyberio was bur. at Mawgan in Meneage 1623. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

* F. Fletcher was chaplain with Sir Francis Drake, and from his notes ' The "World Encom- 
passed ' was compiled, 

L 



74 THE VISITATION 0¥ THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

I A |_B 



Agnes 1 wife to Thomas Start of Burian 
2 to John Randall of Burian 



Mary 



Mary Start 



WILLIA' FORTESCU. 



(gamon alias (©amboitt. 

John Gambon vel Gamon of Gamon howse by Padstow in Com. Devon (sic.) 



Richard Gamon of Craford in Kent 



Hannyball Gambon vel Gamon=f=Frances of Rich. Thomas 
of London Goldsmith Galis of Windsor 2 sonne 



Hanyball Gambon=j=Eliza. da, Richard Mary wife to Fi-ances wife Susan 

~' ■" Wes- un- 

maried 



al's Gamon of S' 
Maugan rector 
living 1620 



of James 2 sonne Thomas AUeyn to . 
Rilston of of Elam in ton 

S'^ Breock Kent 



Hannyball sonne & heire 3 quarters old 1620 

HANNIBAL GAMON alias GAMBONE. 



* Mr. Fortescue, of Penwarne, Cornw., ar., and Anne Fortescue, of Wood Devon, spinster, mar. 
lie. 29 Oct. 1688. 

Peter Fortescue and — mye the Lady Courtney were mar. 21 Nov., 1669. Buryau par. reg. 

Kobert Fortescue, Esq., and Grace Grenvile mar. 20 Feb., 1644. Kilkhampton par. reg. 

Xfer Fortescue of St. Wenne bur. 9 Oct., 1637. Menheniot par. reg. 

Eic. Fortescue and Jane Scarle mar. 27 Oct., 1622. i 

Hugh, s. of Arthur F. of Penwame. Esq., & Barbara bap. 2d June, 1665. 

John, s. of Arthur F., of Penwarne, Esq., & Barbara, bap, 2 Sep., 1668. 

Arth., s. of Ajth. Fortescue, bap. 1673. 

Joseph, s. of Arth. Fortescue, bap. 1675. ) Mevagizzey par. reg. 

John Fortescue, gent., and Elizb. Keagle mar. 10 Jun., 1688. 

Arthur Fortescue, Esq., bm-. 12 Ap., 1693. 

John, son of Arthur Fortescue, Esq., and Dinah, bap. 2 Sept., 1713. 

Arthur Fortescue, Esq., bur. 10 Oct., 1735. ' 

Mary, wife of Henry Foskew, bur. 1636, St. Issey par. reg. 

Margt., da. of Hen. Fortescue, of Filley, Esq., and Bridget, da. of the Et. Hon. Hu. Boscawen, 

and the Lady Margt., born 1 Mar., 1693, bap, 3 Ap., 1694. St. Mich. Penk. pai-. reg. 
Onnor, wife of Mr. Fortescue, bur, 1641. St. Winnow par. reg. 
Ped. fin. Cornw. 50 Ed. III., No. 4, Willm Fortescue ^-ic Will Beere q. Kic. Prideux and Milicent 

ux. dcf. 10 Hen. TV., No. 5, Wm. Fortescue, Henry Fortescue, John Mareys and Tho. 

Stoke q. John Fortescue and Clarice ux. def. rem. to Hen. Fortescue. 
Eic. Fortescu held land in Lesnewth. 3 John. Coram Eege. 

For more see 'Visit. Devon. 1620,' Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 109, and ^Family of Fortescue in all its 
b)-ane7ies,' by Thomas Fortescue Lord Clermont, Lond., 1869, 4to. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 75 

.... George of Geo. Come in Com. Gloucester 



. . George of Gloucest' came to Osmondto' in Com. Dorset 



George of Osmondton in Con. Dorset=FDa. of Hussie 



Simon George came to Quo-=pThomazin Da. of Rich. Lanian 
toule in Com. Cornwall I in Com. Cornw. Esq. 



Simon 1 sone Salathiell George of Trenoutli=i=Agnes Da. of Jo. Trestrale 
ob. sine pie in Com. Cornw. liveinge 1620 I of Verryan in Cornw. gent. 



Anne 1 ^ Elizab. 2 Thomazin 3 Da. 

Da. atat. 6 Da. atat. 4 atat. 2, 1620 

SALATHIELL GEORGE. 



Peter Lo. of Antrewon Duxit fil. Hugonis Peverell 



Joseus de Antre-=f= Alicia fil. Eogeri le Archdecon 
won sans Dat. I de Trewareton Hale Cornw. 



Petrus fil.=filia Gervasius de Antre-=p 
et heres Basset won in Cornub. I 



Michaell John Gerveis^ de=pN'icholea2 fil. et unica 
fill. 2 HelstonA°17E.II. I Heres Johis Benarklick 



Michaell 2 fil. Jacobus=pIsabella^ filia et Coh. Rogeri Thomas^ 



somtm' maior Gerveis^ 
of Helston A" 8 R. 



Treveglos died before hir ob. s. p. 
husbond a« 7 H. IV. 



II. 

1 Elizab., da. of Sleathiel George, gent., bapt. 3 March, 1616.) n^;^^„^ ».„,. ,.„„ 
John, son of Eoger George, bur. 22 F^b., 1563. j" ^^^^ear par. reg. 

Thomazine George, bur. 19 Nov., 1587. !«+ tt 

^ Marie, wife of Thomas George, bur. 3 July, 1619. j'^*- ^^® P^^" ^■^^• 

- Fed. fin. Cornw. 6 Ed. III., No. 7, Jno. Bethever q. John Gerves of Helston Burgh & Nichola 
his wife def. ; names Alice wife of Jno. Banethlek ; remainder of Banethlek lands to Jno. 
Gerveis & Nichola ux. 

^ Fed. fin. Cornw. 41 Ed. III., No. 3, Jacob Gerveys & Isabella his wife q. Thos. (^erveys def. 
Lands in Treveglas, etc. 



16 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



|A 



Henry Johe's Ger- 
2 son of veis^ A" 11 
Helston H. VI. 



=Margareta^ fil. et 
heres Willmi 
Mewthing 



Marg' mar. 
to Rich. 
Flamock 



Margevi mar. 
to John Tre- 
fuses 



Peter Gerveis 4 H. VIL=pJohanna filia "Willmi Gurland 



Jacobus ob. s. p. Willm's Gerveis2=j=Emlin2 Da. of Michaell Pettit 20 H. VIII. 



John fil. et her. mar. ^ Ric'us= 
Mellior Da. of John Tre- Gerveis 
sithney & ob. s. p. 



=Jane filia Tho. 
Trefuses de 
Trefuses 



Thomazin mar. to Rafe Couch 
of Slasney & Marg' mar. to 
Hoare of St. Erven 



Isat Da. of Ric. Pol-=*Thomas Gerveys=f=Anne Da. of 
lard of Langles Devon de Benathleck Nich. Herle 
2 wif s. p. " of Trenouth 



Jonne mar. ^Rich.Gerveis=j="Willmot Da. of John Gerveis de Benathleck mar. Jone 
to Harris fil. et heres Tho. Trenance Da. & sole hei of Willm Trevanian 



John 2 fil. 
in the 

Nether- 
lands 



Ursula mar. 
to John 
Trewinard 



Constance 
mar. to 

Jane 



Willm 
ob.s.p. 



I 
^Thomas = 
Gerveis 
fil. et 
heres 
set. 36 
a° 1620 



George 3 fil. 
mar. Anne 
Da. of Rich. 
Bridges of 
London. 



I I 
Richard 

4 Sonne 

Lewis 

5 filiu' 



Sidney Geirveis a?t. unius anni 

THO. GEIRVEIS. 

Noverint universi }>' p'sent me Johon Gerveys remisisse relaxasse & omnino 
imperpetuep' me et heredibus meis quietu' Claraasse &c. Hijs testibus Johe Skewys, 
Johe Keynwood tunc maiore ville de Helston Burgh, Rogero Jonwan, Johe Seler 

' Ped. fin. Comw. 2 H. IV., No. 2, John Gerveys & Margaret his wife q. Thos. Jon of Helston def . 

- Peter Bevil married Thomazine, the widow of Michael Petit, and by his Will (prob. 1515 ; 
given more at length under Petit) he bequeaths to Willm Gervys his "best gowne lyned with 
Sasnet." Thomazine Bevil, the widow, liy her Will, 1517, names her daughter Emlyn, and says, 
" I bequeath to Willm Gerves children begotten of Emlyn £6 : 13 : 4 between them." 

3 Brass in Constantine Ch. to mem. of Ric. Geyrvcys, Esquier, and Jane his wyfe, Dowghter 
of Tho. Trefusys, Esq., bur. 2 Oct. 1574. Figures of Parents, with eight sons and eight daughters. 
Also Brass in same ch. to mem. of Melior. vriie of Jn" Pcndarvis and dau. of Kic. Gearveis, Esq. 
ob. 17 Mar. 1007. 

■• Bur. 20 Aug. 1016, at Constantine. Will prob. Arch. Cornw. 17 Mar. 1616-17. Names 
Wilmet, wife of his eldest son Eic, and Tho., Jno., Geo., Ric, Lewis, Ursula. Constance, and 
Jane, sons and daus. of sd. Ric. ; Jenophat, his dau., wife of Westcote of St. Isscy, and several 
other daus. ; bro.-in-law Jno. Herle ; and Francis Gerveis, Executor ; Wm. Reskymer of Merthen, 
Esq., and Jno. Gerveis, his son, father of sd. Francis, overseei-s. (J. M.) 

* Ric. G. ob. 1608. Admon. granted 11 Jan. 1608, to relict Wilmet ; Ju" Gerveis of St. Gee's, 
one of the sureties. (J. M.) 

6 Tho. Gcr\-eis by Deed dat. 25 Ap. 1612, 19 Jas., made over Benathlek, kc, to John G., his 
uncle, and Francis, son of John. (J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 77 

et alijs. Dat' apud Helston die sabbati prox post festu' S'ti Joh'is Ante portam 
Latinam. a" Eegni Regis H. V. post conquest' Angl. secundo. 

Seal. — A chev. hetw. 3 garbs. 

Sig. — Jacobi Gerveis. 



The. Geirveis of Constenton=FAnne Da of Nicho. Herle 



John Geirveis of Constentin liveinge 1620=f=Joane Da. & sole hey. of W" Trevanion 



Fran. 1 sone atat. 5 John 2 sonne Richard 3 sone 

JOHN GEYRVEYS. 



Arms. Az. three saltires or. 
Crest. A luck stat. ppr. 

Joh'es Glanvile of Tavistock in Com. Devon 
^ 

Nicholas Glanvile= 2 John Glanvile 3 Thomas Raymond 1 Johanna 



fil. primagenitus 



Justiciarius de 4 filius 

Comuni Banco 2 Agneta 



I . I 

Johannes Glanvile fil.=Anna fil. Jacobi Tobias Duxit Francesca 



et hasres recto'" Eccliee 
de Withell 



RilstondeBreague filia Maxima Georgij 
in Com. Cornw. Wadham, Armig. 
Clerici =f 



3 Maria 

4 Dennis 



Dewnes fil. unica setat. demidiu' Nicholas Glanvile fil. Elizab. 
Anni 1620 et hter. ^t. 23 



I I M M n n~ 

1 Agneta 3 Eulalia 1 Richard ob. s. p. 3 Nicholas ob. s. p. 5 Raphe 

2 Johanna 4 Dewnes 2 John 4 Tobias 6 Kedley 

JOHN GLANVILLE. 



* George, son of Eichard Geirves, gent., and Wylemett, bapt. 22 May, 1592.) 
Johan da. of ... . Gervys and Wilmett, „ 1593. ( 

Elizab., da. of Eichard Gerveis, gent., and Ann, born 1654. \ Constentin. 

Eichard Gerveis, bur. 26 Nov. 1605. ( (J-M.) 

Thomas Gervies, Esq. „ 26 Aug. 1616. ) 



78 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Arms. Az. three saUires or. I (Tricked in pencil.) 
Ckest. a stag tiippant ])pr- i r / 

John Glanvile of Tavistock in Com. Devon 



Nicholas Tho. Glanvile=r=Jane Da. of John Glanvile 3 sone=Da.i of Skerret 



1 Sonne of Tavistock 
2 Sonne 



John Cornish one of the Judges of 2 to S'' Fraun. 
of Tavestock the com'on pleas Godolphin 



2 I 1 

Mary Da. of Jo. Skerett=John Glanvile of Laun-==Christiau Da. of Jo. Estcotte 
of Whitchurch ston in Cornwall I of Abbotsham 



John 2 sonne=Grace Da. of Peter Hallamore Mary ux' John Jop 
of Penrine of Meryfeild 



I III 

OUver Glanvile of Laun-===Elezb.Da. of Chrisf Broken Susan ux'' Christo. Alice 



stone in Com. Cornw. 
liveinge 1620 



of Totnes in Com. Devon Broken of Totnes — 

Agues 



John & John ob. sine p'le Mary a dau. atat. 7 monthes 1620 



P. me OLIVER GLANVILE. 



' Alicia, da. of John Skirritt of Tavistock, called \vid. of Sir Frauds Godolphin in Glanville 
Pcd. 'Visit. Dev., 1620,' Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 130, where also the ped. is continued from this 
marriage. 

* Oliver Sawcl, Esq., and Mrs. Jane Glanville. da. of E' Worshipful Sii- ] 

Francis Glanville, K', mar. 3 Feb.. 1()32, Sunday. / 

Jn° Dodge Esq and Dionyse, da. of the E' Worshipful Sir Fra.l ^ ^ j.p j, 

Glanvill, K', mar. l()3o. ( = 

Tlie E' Worshipful Sir Francis Glanville, bur. 1G38. \ 

Mr. Jn" Atwill, Minister, and Mrs. Gr.ace Glanville, mar. 1675. J 

Francis Glandville Ar. & Elizab. Ciymes, mar. 21 Sept. 1604. Buckl. Mon. Devon. Par. Eeg. 
Thomas Drake and Alice Glanville, mar. 23 Oct. 163-1. Truro Par. Eeg. In the Bp. of 

Exeter's Transcripts she is called Glaufield. 
Johannes Glanville sac. Tlieol. bac, bur. 1615. Withiel. 

Eichcird Glanville of Lelant was bur. 24 Apl. 1631. Probus. [>-(J. M.) 

Francis, son of Mr. Oliver Glanville, bap. 7 Dec, 1623. Launceston. 
!Miss Alice Glanvile. da. of the L.ady Alice Godolphin, bur. at Tavistock, 14 Nov., 1608. 

Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 



> 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



79 



(§IptU 



Tho. Glynn of Glynn=i= Alice Da. & hey. of Ric. Dennys 



Nicho. 1 sone mar' to 1 Constance Da. & John Glynn of= 

hey. of Joh. Brian ob. sine prole 2'^ to Boyton 2 sonne 

Elizb. Da. of John Talkerne of Golocotte in Com. Corn- 

and had issue wall 



=Thomazin Da. of Nicho. 
Carlyon of Carlyon Key 
in Cornwall 



John Glynn of Boyton 1 sonne=j=Mary Da. of Rob. Treweike of Stediens in Cornwall 



iLeonardGlyn ^Willm. 
2 sone obijt 3 sone 
sine p'le 



sjohn Glynn of=j=Anne Da. of Rob. 



Boyton inCom. 
Cornwall live- 
inge 1620 



Menwynnick of 
Menwynnick in 
Cornwall 



^Phillip ux. Tristram 

Peirse of Tamerton 
in Cornw. 



^George ^Robert 2 sone ^John sonne & h^^vQ^ Prudence da. of ... . Risden of 
3 Sonne notv heire 1649 atat' 11, 1620 Aston in Com. Devon 

JOHN GLYN. 



Bapt. 4 Aug. 1581. 
„ 23 Sept. 1612. 



3 Bapt. 10 Feb. 1577. 
6 „ 30 June, 1610. 



Lanreatli Par. Keg. 



1 Bapt. 11 Dec. 1378 2 

-• „ 10 Sept. 1582. 5 

7 „ 5 Aug. 1609. Boyton 

* Mar. Lie. Exeter, Leonard Glynn of Werrington vel Boyton, gent., and Johanna 
Noble of Boyton, 8 Jan. 1617. 

Adm. of effects of Leonard Glynn, late of Boyton, co. Cornw., granted to Johanna, 
his relict, 11 Oct. 1639. 

Nicholas, son of Walter Glyn, gt,, and Agnes, 

George, „ „ ,, 

Walter, „ „ „ 

Mrs. Gartered Glynn, bur. 

Denes Glyu, Esq., ,, 

Mr. Will. Glyn, „ 

Will. Glyn, Esq., of Glyn, „ 1727. 

Thos. Glynn of the Boro' of Helston, mar. Mary, the da. and \ 

heir of Otho Polkinhorne of Polkinhorne 22 April, 1662. 
Otho Glynn, 3rd son of Thos. Glynn of Polkinhorne, gent., was 
mar. to Elizabeth, da. of Peter Pendarves of Bodriggey, 
gent., the 30 Dec, 1697. 
Otho, son of Thos. Glynn, gent., bapt, 

Will., 



(J. M.) 



bapt. 1635. 

„ 1637. 

„ 1642. 

1675. 



14 April, J705-V^^^^.^^^^p^^, j^^g_ 



Susanna, da. of 
Nicholas, son of 
Mary, da. of 
Phillip, son of 
Luce, da. of 
Margaret, „ 
Mary, wife of 



bur. 



26 Dec, 1667. 
11 Sept., 1669. 

7 Nov., 1671. 
4 Aug., 1673. 
6 April. 1675. 
3 April, 1677. 

27 Dec, 1679. 
10 Aug., 1683. 
29 Nov., 1712.y 



Gwinear Par. Res 



Edm. Herring of St. John's, gt., and Loveday, da. of Nich. Glynn of ^ 

St. Neot, gent., mar. 1712. He was bur. the same year, and >-St. John's Par. Reg. 
she the year following. ) 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 7 Edw. II. No. 5. Int. Peter, son of Ralph de Glen ; qu. Ralph de Glen, def. 
In Boskennan and Treveniel. 

r^^ The additions in italic are in the hand of Parker. 



80 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



(©Ijlt. 



Constance da. & heir of= Nicholas Glinn^ of Glyim=j=Elizabeth da. of John Talkern 
John Brian 1 wife s. p. in Com. Cornub. Esq. of Godacote 2 wife 



"Willm. Glinn of Glinn sone & hey .=7= Anne Da. of Antho. Crewse 



Nicho. Glinn of Glinn sone & hey.=pJane Da. of Walt' Kendall 
in Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 I of Pelyne 



Walt' 2 sone Willm.^ sone & hey. Lovedaye ux' Tho. Hearie 
at. 10 at. 21, 1620 of Trenouth Esq. 

* NICE. GLYN. 



Edw. Godolphin=pMatilda fil. Boteler de Camerton 
I 



Willm. Godolphin=j=Constance Da. of Willm. Wise of Grayston 



Edwward Godolphin=j=Clare of Solgena 
^1 

I 

Alexander=f=Marrion Da. of John Tremrow 

I 



Willra.=MeIior da. of John Cowlinge of Trewarnan 

I 

I 
Elinor nupta Johi Ilencie== 

Thomas 

' The peel, of Glyn is confused here. Compare Coles' Escheats, Note 1, under Crewes, p. 56, 
with the following extracts of wills : — Nicholas Glynne of Glynue, P'ish. of Cardinham, Cornw., 
23 Nov., 1579, P. C. C. 21 Nov., 1580; names wife, Johane ; his son and heir. Will.; his son 
Nicholas ; Eob., Sampson, Will., and John Trevethwane, his nephews ; Geo. and Leonard, sons 
of his bro. John Glynne ; his da. Mary, vi'ife of John Harrye, and her 3 daus. ; and legacies to his 
Godchildren, not named. Prob. P. C. C, 1580. John Drake of Liskeard, mercht., dat. 30 June, 
1582, prob. 1583 ; names wife Thomazine (Bealbery) to act as executrix, under advice of Nicholas 
Glin, Esq., and Kich. Myners, gent. W7n. Drake of Roche ; will 1 1 Feb., 1596 ; prob. 1597, Exeter ; 
makes his coscn Nich. Glinn, with o'rs, gardens (guardians) of his dau. till 18 years old ; Nich. 
Glinne, witness. Elizab. Drake of Lanlivey, spinster, died 17 Nov., 1621. Will prob. Bodmin, 1622. 
Names her '■ God Father and Gardeyn " Nich. Glyn, Esq., and Stephen Kendall. 

Ped. fin. 32 H. VIII. Trin. Cornw. Jno. Bealbury, q. Jno. Glyn of Lanhydrok, def. ten. in 
Leskerde, &c., &c. 

Inq. p. m. 23 Elizb. part 2, No. 14. Nich. Glyn, ob. 11 Oct., son and heir Will'm, set. 46. Recites 
Deed dat. 18 Feb. 14 Elizb., enfeoffing Nich. Carminow, Rob. Trencreke.Wm. Courteney of Devioek, 
Jno. Crewes, Tho. Trevythvan, and Jno. Glyn of Boyton, gent., in behalf of his son Nich. Glyn. 

- Phelip, da. of Will. Glinne of Glinne, mar. Jno. Incledon of Bratton. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' 
Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 158. 

3 Will of William Glyn de Glyn in Cardinham, Ar. prob. Exeter, 1665, Nich. Glyn, son 
and exor. 

* For extensive ped. of Glyn, see ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., p. 68. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 81 

S"" William Grodolphin Kt.==Margaret da. of John Grlynn of Morvall 



Elizabeth Honor wife 
wife to Jo. to Wilhn, 
Langdon Meliton of 
Pengarsek 



William Godolfin of 
Windsor 3 sonne to 
S"" Willm. of whome 
Gruy Godolfin now 
living 1620 is de- 
scended 



S;; William Godolfyn=Blanch da. of 
John Langdon 



K* Sonne & heir 



Margaret wife 
to Dennys 



Grace wife to S'' 
JohnSidenhamK* 



da. of John Grenvile=rThomas Godolphyn 2 
& heire to his brother 



=. ... da. & heir of Edmond 
Bonythan 1 wife 



.... da. wife to Tho. Peters 
of Okhampton 



.... da. wife to 
Fursman 



Gentill Godolfyn* who lived in 
Devon' & had issue Will'm 



Ann wife to S"" 
Jo. Arundell of 
Talvern Kt. 



S'" Francis^ 
Godolphin 
Kt. 



^Margaret da. of 
John Killigrew 
of Arwenneck 



William Godolphyn=j=Jane2 da. & co- 



of Treveneag 2 
Sonne 



heir of Walter 
Gaverigan Esq. 



francis 



Catheryn Jane wife 
unmaried to James 
Basset 



Thomasine wife 
to S-- Geo. 
Carew Kt. 



S"" William Godol-=f=Thomasine^ da. and 



fyn of Godolphyn 
Kt. ob. 1613 



heire of Tho. Sidney 
of Wrighton in 
Com. NorfP. 



Francis Godolfyn* sonne & heir astat. 14, 
1620. now in Warde 



Sydney 2. William 3. Penelopy 1. 



John^ = Judith da. of 



2 Sonne 



Edward 
Amerideth 



Francis Godol- Ursula wife to Blanch wife to George 
phyn 3 sonne Jo. Grudge Keckwich of Katch- 

french 



William sonne & heir Thomas 2. John 3. 
aetat. 15, 1620 



Elizabeth 1, Margaret 2. 
FRA. GODOLPHIN. 



' Gentle, son of Gentle Godolphynne, bapt. 21 June, 1614, at Teingrace, Devon. Bp. of 
Exeter's Transcripts. 

" WilUam Godolphin and Mrs. Jane Gavrigan, mar. 11 Dec. 1587. St. Mabyn. (J. M.) 
^ The Eight Worshipful the Lady Godolphin was bur. 24 April, 1632. Tavistock Par. Reg. 
■* Grandfather of Francis, Earl of Godolphin, who mar. Henrietta, da. and coh. of the great 
Duke of Marlborough. She was created Duchess of Marlborough by Act of Parliament. 
5 Captain of Silley. ' Visit, of Devon, 1620,' Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 6. 

* Francis Godolphin and Katherine Trevanion mar. 8 May, 1622. Name of Parish wanting. 
Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Sir William Godolphin and Mrs. Grace Barret, mar. 25 March, 1668. Sutcome, Devon. (J.M.) 
Grace, the wife of Sir Will. Godolphin, Kt., died the 11 day of Oct., 1663, and") q+ ivr t, 

was bur. the 13 day of the same month. I p- ^^^abyn 

Sir Will. Godolphin, Kt., died the 26, and was bur. the 27 Nov., 1663. ) ^^^- ^^S- 

The will of Sir Will. Godolphin of St. Mabyn was proved at Bodmin 23 Dec, 1663. 

(Compare Edmondson, fo. 183.) 
Francis Godolfyn and Frances Brovrae, mar. 20 March, 1684. St. Issey Par, Eeg. 

M 



82 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



#olrol})i)in. 



John Godolphin de Godolphin= 



John Godolphin of Helston=pElizab. Da. of Cararthyn 
I 

John Godolphin=j=Elizab. Da. of Rich. Nevill of 
fil. et heres I Trworbonett in Com, Corn. 



John Godolphin=pJane Da. of Nich. Crankan Garankan 
fil. et hseres I {sic) of Gulval in Com. Cornwall 



Thomas mar. ^ Willm Godolphin of Trewar-=i=Jane Da. of John Tredeneck 
to Ric.= veneth in Con. Cornwal of St. Breague 



Prudence 
ma. to 
John 
Cooke of 



Trerise of Breage in 
thep'ishof Com. 
St. Allen Corn. 



- Tomazin 
mar. to 

Thomas ob. in 

Sparnan of Hiber- 
nia 



Francis John 2 fil. 

3 fil. mar. the 
da. of 
Nicholas 
Whitinge 
of Silley 



^ Nicholas Godol-=Phillippa Da. of 
phin of Trewor- Humphrie 
veneth in parochia NichoUes of 
de Paule in Com. Penvoes in the 
Devon {sic) Parish of St. 

Tudie 



II III I 

Elizab.1 [■ Phillip Willm Godolphin fil. et heres 1 Jane^ at. 18 

— > obierunt s. p. < — tet. 1 1 annor. temp. Visitacois — 

Marie J [Prudence* a° 1620. 2 Margerie at. 5 



NICHOLAS GODOLPHIN. 



• Mar. at St. Breock October, 1571. St. Breock Par. Reg. 
- Mar. at Breage 10 July, 1598. Breage Par. Reg. 
3 Named in the Will of Thomas Chiverton of Paul, 26 August, 1604. 
Feb. 1605. 

'' Bapt. at St. Paul, 1613. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Will., son of Will. Godolphin, Esq., by Ruth his wife, bapt. 
„ „ born 7, 



Proved in London, 7 



1632. \ 

1633. 

1634. 

1641. 



Ruth, da. of „ „ born 7, „ 14 Oct., 

Will., son of „ „ .. 2 Feb. 

Ann, da. of „ „ „ 12 Jan., 

Will., son of „ „ bur. 29 Sept. 1631 

John Godolphin, gent., of St. Kew, and Honour Dennys, wid., 

of same parish, mar. 10 May, 1640. 

John, son of Will. Godolphin, Esq. bapt. 24 April, 1636. 

Barnard, „ „ „ 24 Feb., 1638. 

Margaret, da. of John „ bur. 31 Oct., 1641. 

Honour, wife of Mr. Godolphin, „ 15 May, 1642. 

William Godolphin, Esq., and Elizab. Earrell, mar. April, 29, 1673. St. Winnow 



St. Mabyn. 
(J. M.) 



St. Kew. 
(J. M.) 



(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



83 



(®cilroIpl)in. 

S' William Godolfyn of Godolfin Kt=i=Margaret da. of John Glynn of Morvall 



I 
S'' William = Blanch da. 
Godolfyn of Jo.^ 
K'. Langdon. 



.... da. of=j=Thomas Godolfin 2= 
John Gren- sonne & heire to his 
vile 2 wife brother 



\ . . .2 da. & heir of 
Edmond Bonythan 
of 



S'' Francis Godol-=Margaret 
phin of Godolphin da.of John 
Kt. Killigrew 



William Godol-=FJane da. & coheir 



phin of Treve- 
neag 2 sonne 



Gentill Godol- 
phyn^ de Com. 
Devon 

T 

William Godolphin * Francis Godolphin of Treveneag=i=Ann da. of Rich 



of Walter Gave- 
rigan of Gaveri- 
gan Esq. 



Esq. sonne & heir living 1620 



Carew of Anthony Esq. 



Loveday 1 da. tetat. 
2 annoru' 1620 



Catheryne 2 da. Eetat. 6 weekes 
the 9 of October 1620 



FRANCIS GODOLPHIN. 



Arms. A chevron (unfinished). 



Goode 



Rich. Goode of Whetston in Cornwall liveing 1620=T=Da. of Penkevile 



Geo. 2 sone 
at. 50, 
1620 



I 
5Walter=Da. of 
3 sone .... 
at. 35 



Rich. Goode sone= 
& hey. atat. 60, 
1620 



Digorie 
4 sonne 
at. 32 



Florence Marg* un- 
a dau. marled 
at. 45 at. 40 

Not signed. 



1 Robert in Langdon Ped., Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 63. 

2 Katherine Godolphin's name follows those of Tho. and James Bonythan in the Will of John 
Arundell of Trerice, Esq., proved in London 26 Nov., 1580. 

3 Mar. Cicily. da. of George Southcot of Cal woodley. 'Visit. Devon., 1620,' Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 269. 
■* Francis Godolphin of St. Hilary, near The Mount, gentleman, and Anne Carew, da. of 

Richard Carew the elder, Esq., of Anthony, married at Anthony 15 Nov., 1616. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

5 He mar. Alice, da. of Rich, de la More of Little Torington. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' Harl. 
Soc. Pub., p. 194. 

Rich Goode of Plymouth, mar. Joane, da. of John Downe of Pilton. ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' 
Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 90. 

John Badcock, Parson of Whitston, and Dorothy Goode, mar. 4 Mar. 1656. Launcells. (J. M.) 

John Goode of Whitston. and Dorothy Penkevil, mar. 20 June, 1648. "^ St. Kew. 

Dorothy, da. of John Goode of Whitston & Dorothy his wife, bap. 15 Jan. 1648-9. ) (J. M.) 

* For pedigi-ee of Godolphin more extended, see Harl. MS. 1079, fEo. 206 to 209. 



84 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Arms. (See Frontispiece.) 

Ricus Grenyile filiiis Rici Grenvile sans Dat.=F 



I 

S"" Thomas Grenvile fil. et heres= 



Ricus Grenvile fil. Thomje=j= 



S"" Theobald Grenvile temp. Rici primi=i=Jana fil. "Willm Trewent 
[ 

I 
Ricus Grenvile lived in=plsabell Da. of Josselin 
the tyme of E. I. I de Mont Tregomynion 



S"" Willm Grenvile Kt. temp. E. II.=T=Johanna fil. et hasres Wortham 



^ S"" Barthomew Grenvile Kt. temp. E. II.=^Joanna fil. S'' Viell Vivion mihtis 



S'" Theobald Grenvile Kt. temp. E. IIL=j=Jois Da. of Tho. Beaumont 



S' Theobald Grenvile Kt. temp. Ric. II.==Margaret Da. of Hugh Coui-tney 



S"" John Grenvile Willm Grenvile Brother and==Phillip sist' to the 
ob, s. p. hey. to S"" John temp. H. IV. | Lo. Bondvile 



Thos. Grenvile fil. et hferes==Elizab. Sist' to S'" Theobald de Gorges Kt. 



Relicta Hill de=S'- Tho. Grenvile=Isabella fil. Otes fil. nupta 
Taunton ux. 2 I Kt. temp. E. IV. I Gilbert ux. 1 .... Yoe^ 



JohnGren- Jane mar. to Phillip mar. to Da. mar. to Honor mar. to S'' John 
vile a priest Raleigh 2 to Francis Harris 2 Arundell of Basset 2 to Ai'thur 
Batin to Stening Lanherne Plantaginet Lo. Lisly 



Mary ux'' Ri. Agnes ux. Roger Gren-=|=Margaret fil. Ricus ^ Jane ux. Jhon 



Blewet 2 to Johis vile fil. et 

St. Aubin Roscarick ha^es 



etCoh.Rich. ob. Arundell de Tre- 
"Wliitlcygh s. p. rest 

A 



' Int. Bartholomew de Grcnevill and Anna his wife, qu. Margery who was \viie of Joceus de 
Dynham, def . Manor of Kilkhamptou settled on Bartmw. and his wife for life. Rem. to Henry, son 
of Bartholomew, rem. to Johanna & Isabell. sisters of Henry. Fed. fin. Cornw. 10 Edw. II. No. 1. 

5 Ellin, mar. to Will. Yeo. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 322. 

3 She mar. Sir John A:-uudell of Trerice. Coll. of Arms. 



I'HE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



85 



|A 



Phillip mar. 
to Tho. 
Tremaine 



Agnes mar. to 
John Fites of 
Tavistock 



S'- Richard Gren-=2 Matilda fil. 



vile fil. et hasres^ 



et coh. Johis 
Bevill* 



John 2 fi. 
mar. Lattice 
Da. of Lucas 



Mary mar. Jane mar. * Roger Gren-=Thomasin Da. of Tho. 

to John to Robt vile fil, et her. 

Giffbrd of Whethall 

Brightley ofCallisEsq. 



Cole of Slade postea 
Tho. Arundell 2 
maritus of Lee 



Margaret mar. 
to S'' Ri. Lee 
Kt. 



5 S' Ric. Grenvile=j=^ Mary Da. of S'^ John S* Leger 7 Charles 
fil. et heres I & heyre to hir brother ob. s. p. 



Briget un- Catherin mar. to Justinian ^ Mary mar. to Arthur Ursula un- 
maried Abbot of Hartland in Com. Tremayne of CuUa- maried 

Devon combe in Com. Devon 



^B' Barnard Grenvile of=f=Elizab. fil. et unica her. Phillippi Bevile " John 2 fil. 
Stow in Com. CornwalP^ I de Kellygarth in Com. Cornwall Esq. ob. s. p. 



^^ Gartrud mar. Roger 

to Christopher 4 fil. 

Harris & hey. to set. 16 
S"" Christ' Harris 



13 John 3 fil. 
de Lincolnes 
Innesetat.18 



1* Bevile Gren-= 
vile fil. et heres 
Eet. 24, 1620 



Mary mar. ^'^ Amy mar. to 
to John John Drake 
Beauchamp 



Christian mar. 
to James 
Erisey 



Jane mar. 
to Edm. 
Spent 



:i^Grace Da.of ^^ Ricus 
S-- Geo. Smith 2 fil. 
of Exiter & setatis 
hei. to hir 20 
mother Da. & 
Coh.ofW"^ViellEsq. 

Degorie Grenvile of Pen- 
heale mar. the Da. & hey. 
of Gough =f= 



1 Bur. 23 March, 1550. 

2 Bur. 25 April, 1550. Inq. p. m. 4 B. VI. part 1, No. 20. She ob. 26 April, 1550. 

3 Inq. p. m. 4 Edw.VI. part 1, Nos. 12 and 26. Sir Rich. ob. 18 March. Rich., son of Roger G. 
(o. V. p.), his grandson and heir, set. 8 et non amp., also heir to his uncle Digory. Names his wife 
Matilda, his brothers John, and John a clergyman and sister Anna, and gi-andchildren Rich., 
Nicholas, and Alice. 

* Drowned in the Mary Rose. Will, 1566, names brothers Nicholas, Digory, Thomas, Arthur, 
and sister Margaret. 

' Slain in a sea fight in the Revenge, Sir Francis Drake's favourite ship, 1591. 

6 Bur. at Bideford, 1623. Bideford Par. Reg. 

7 Bur. 28 Aug. 1544. Buckland Monachorum (Devon) Par. Reg. 

^ Arthur Tremaine, gen., and Maria Grenvile, mar. 11 June, 1586. 

9 Bur. 26 June, 1636. '» Mar. 10 July, 1592. Withiell. (J. M.) 

" Slain in the Indies with Sir F. Drake. '^ Bapt. 8 May, 1597 

'3 Bapt. 29 Sept. 1601. " Born 23, and bapt. 25 March, 1595 ; bur. 26 July, 1643. 

15 Bur. 8 June, 1647. »« Bapt. 26 June, 1600. 

17 Amy Drake of Musbury, Devon, widow. Will dated 8 Oct. 1577 ; prob. P. C. 0. 9 Feb. 
1579. Names her cousins Rich. Tremaine, Treasurer of Exeter Cathedral & John Tremaine, gent. 

* Will of Peter Bevyll, prob. 1515 P. C. G., Holder 13. " Item do et lego Marie Arundell et 
Matilde GrenefEelde fil. Johannis Bevyill filii mei cuilibet eorum £20." Names Roger and Richard 
Greynfelde. 

Digory, son of Rich. Grenville and Gertrude his wife, bapt. 1620. | g^ Tudv (J M ) 
Digory „ „ „ bur. 1621.) " J- K • -J 

^° When the name of the Parish is omitted here, the Registers are from Kilkhampton. 



86 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

|B 

Rich. Grenvile mar. Florence Da. & coh. of Kelloway 



George fil. et hteres mar. Julyan Da. & coh. Willm. ob. s. p. 1 Mary 2 Jane 
of W"^ Viell=j= — 

I 8 ^Martha 

S"" Geo. Grenvile mar. Marie Da. of John Killegriewe of 

Arwanick Esq. == 

Mary fil. unica jetat. 10 

* BAR. GRENVILE. 



„ 29 Aug. 
„ 4 and 


" 


16 Sept. 1628. 
20 Mar. 1630. 


„ 22 Aug. 
„ 3 and 


" 


2 Sept. 1632. 
17 Nov. 1633. 


„ 13 and 


„ 


26 Feb. 1636. 




mar 


17 Nov. 1645. 




bur. 


10 Dec. 1565. 

5 Blay, 1580. 

5 June, 1635. 
21 Feb. 1635. 



1 Bapt. 8 Oct. 1555. 

* KilklKunjjton Par. Reg. 
Rich., eldest son of the R. Wpfl. Bevill Grenvile, Esq., born at Tremeere in Lanteglosby Foye 
19, and bapt. 25 Mar. 1621. 

[The " Grenville Pew " in Lanteglos Church has on its panels a series of shields, con- 
taining in all nearly 150 quarterings properly blazoned. Among them appears the shield 
given in the frontispiece to this book. They were much injured by time, and were lately 
carefully restored in exact imitation of the originals under the supervision of the Editor, 
and at the expense of the Hon. Geo. M. Fortescue, the lay impropriator.] 

Bevill, son of the R. Wpfl. Bevill Grenvile, Esq., born 23 June, bapt. 16 July, 1626. 

John „ „ ,, 

Bernarde „ „ ,, 

George ,, „ „ 

Roger ,, „ „ 

Dennis „ ,, ,, 

Peter Prideaux, Esq., and Elizabeth Grenvile, 

Roger, son of Rich. Grenvile, 

John Greinvile, Rector of Kilkhampton, 

Roger Grenvile, 

Bevill Grenvile, 

Bishop Bronscombe's Registers at Exeter, 1257-1307, state that Gilbert de Clare, Earl of 
Gloucester, presented to Kilkhampton ratione cnstodiv Richardi de Gfeinvilld. 

The Hon. Lady Mary Howard al's Grenfield, ob. 17 Oct., and bur. 10 Nov. 1671. Tavistock 
Par. Reg. 

The match with St. Leger brought in the quarterings of St. Leger, Donnet, Butler, E. of 
Ormond, Rochford, Hankford, and Stapledon, given on the shield in the frontispiece ; also 
numerous royal descents (both York and Lancaster), besides descents from the great Houses of 
Neville, Percy, Stafford, Beauchamp, Beaufort, Audley, De Burgh, Despenccr, Clare, Fitz Alan, 
Knyvett, Montacute, Grandison, &c. (See Sir J. Maclean's ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., p. 683.) The 
following Law Case from the Carew MSS. at Lambeth Palace, vol. 600, fo. 239, is cui-ious as 
touching the relationship of Queen ELizb. : — 

"31): St. Zeffer's Ca^e to Ms Title to the Earl of Ormotid's lands.'' 
" Thomas Butler, Earl of Ormond, took to wife Ann, daughter and heyre of Sir Richard Hanke- 

forde, Sonne and heire of Sir Will. Hankford, some tyme Cheefe Justice of the Court of 

the Common Pleas, and they had issue Anne and Margaret. 
Thomas Earl of Ormond, had in his own right divers Mannors in fee and divers in tayle, he and 

his Lady in her right had sundry other Mannors in fee and in Tayle. 
Anne the elder daughter was married to Sir James St. Leger, and they had issue Sir George St. 

Leger, and James died. Margaret was married to Sir Will. Bullen, and they had issue 

Thomas Bullen. 
TTiomas Butler Earle of Ormonde, and Anne his wife weare bothe dead, 7 H. VIII. 
Anne the daughter and S' George St. Leger her sonne, and Margarett, and Sir Tho. Bullen her 

Sonne by indenture 10 H. VIII. did make partition. And p"te of the land of the Earl of 

Onuond was allotted to Margarett and to Thomas, her sonne. All the rest of the Father's 

and ail the Mother's land wa,s allotted to Anne and to Sir George St. Leger, her sonne. 

^Co7it'mued next imgc. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COENWALL. 87 

Crest. A demi Griffin charged with a crescent for difference. 

%' Thomas Grenvileof Stow Kt.=rlsabell Da. of S"" Olever Gilbert K* 



Roger Grenvile=j=Margt Da, & Coh. of Rich. Whetleighe 



Digorie Grenvile of Penheale Esq.=pMary Da. of Cavell & widowe of Reskareck 



Geo. Grenvile Arthure Tho. Grenvile of Aldercombe=FKatherin Da. of Tho. 



of Penheale 1 sonne in Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 
2 Sonne Esq. 



Spurre of Trebathe 
relicta Browneing 



|1 2| 

Elizab.^ ux' James Carey of Bridget ^ ux' W'" Pronte of 
Allington in Com. Devon S* Stevens juxta Lanston 



Grenvile Cary 1 sone Timothie 2 sonne Willm. Proute 1 sonne Richard 2 sonne 
at. 3. 1620 atat. 2 atat. 7. 1620 atat. 4 

THOMAS GREINEVELE. 



Anne St. Leger after died. Sir George St. Leger had issue S' John St. Leger and died. 

Margaret became Lunatick the same yeare soone after this petition and died. S' Thomas Bullen 
had issue Mary and Anne and died. Mary was married to Sir Wm. Carey, and Anne to 
King H. VIII. 

King H. VIII. had issue by Anne Queen Elizabeth of blessed memory, and Anne died. Mary 
had issue Henry Carey Lord Hunsdon, and she and her husband died. Henry Lord Huns- 
don did alien that p'te w'ch was allotted to his Auncestors and had issue Sir George Carey, 
and died. Sir George Carey had issue Elizabeth Lady Barkly, and died ; and Sir John St. 
Leger in the time of Queen Elizabeth alienated that which by the p'tition was allotted to 
his auncestors, and had issue John St. Leger that now is. Q. Elizabeth died without issue." 

The case is summed up concisely, and opinion given in these words, followed by six separate 
reasons : — " I take it that John St. Leger hath good right to the moietie of the Mannors and 
hereditaments allotted unto Bullen." 

St. Leger received with his wife, the Heiress of Ormond, 36 Manors in Engl'd, which estates 
were all wasted (see Fed. fin. repeatedly temp. Elizb.) and the descendant, Jno. St. Leger (the 
plaintiff above, and brother of Mary Grenvile), died in reduced circumstances s. p. 

A very elaborate ped. of the St. Legers, with copious notes from authorities, has been com- 
piled by Eras. Bayley, Esq., of Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, a portion of which was inserted by 
Charles Wykeham Martin, M.P., F.S.A., in his ' Hist, of Leeds Castle,' pub. 1869. 

» Bapt. 5 Oct., 1589. ) 

2 „ 26 Jan., 1591 ; mar. 20 Aug., 1610. 

* Bernard, son of Thos. Greinvile, gener., bapt. 5 July, and bur. ) Kilkhampton Par. Reg. 
1 Sept., 1588. 

Thomas Grenvile, gent., bur. 10 July, 1625. / 

Eich., son of Rich. Grenville, gent., and Mary, bapt. 1689. ) „ , ■„ n t. 

Chammond GrenviUe, gent., bur. 1689. j ^oxxghiW Par. Reg. 

Rich Grenvil, Esq., and Mary Trewinnard, ye da. of Joseph Trewinnard, Rector of Mawnan, 
were mar. 1684. Mawnan Par. Reg. 

Arthur Grenville, gent., bur. 1613. St. Tudy. (J. M.) 

(For more of Grenvile, see ' Parochial Hist, of Cornwall,' vol. ii., p. 364.) 



88 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



o^'lt ^a' p^"'' ^'"'^^''' "'T'''^ ^''' \ (Tricked in pencil.) 
Crest. A Porcupine pass. Ar. J ^ ^ j 

Da. of Leigh=Samson Grilles of Launceston==r)orothy Da. of Hunicome of 
of Cawlstock in Com. Corn. 1 Cawlstock in Com. Cornwall 



I I I I 

Joan uxor. Lawrene Mary uxor Stephen Marg' u'or Gregory Willmott ux' 

Trehayne of South- Wardon of S' Myett Hansam 2 to John Rich. Estcott 

hill in Com. Corn. in Com. Cornwall Hocking of Launston 



Samson Grilles of Launceston=Katherine Da. of Will'm Smith 



in Com. Corn. 



of Stoke Clymsland 



Wilhn Grilles filius et Peteter 2 fil. ob. in 1 Christian tet. 22 3 Wilmott fet. 17 
haeres set. 23. 1620 the East Indies — 

2 Alice at. 20 



Marke Grilles===Martha Da. of John Grilles of Rich. Grilles mar. Anne Da. of 



of Calstock in 
Com. Cornub. 



Tho. Bennet of Lincoln's Inne Christ. Bligh of Treworgey in 
Launceston Esq. ob. sine p'le S' Gennys in com. Cornwall 



Samson fil. et hseres 1 Mary £et. 22 3 Tomizen fet. 16 "Wilmott ob. sine p'le. 
ob. sine Prole — 

2 Jane a3t. 18 

RICHARD GRILLS. 



Willra. Grylles of Tavistock in Devon Esq. 



Charles Gryles^ of Lanrethoe in Cornwall Esq.= Agnes^ Da. of Geo. Stubb Esq. 



John Gryles of Lanrethoe in=Grace Da. & hey. of W" Beare of 
Cornw. liveing 1620 Esq. | S^ Nyott in Cornw. Esq. discesed 

A 



• Bur. at Lanreath 2 March, 1611. j ^j^^^j^^^j^^ Lanreath Ch. 
- „ „ 13 June, 1607. j 



* Ped fin. 40 Hen. III. No. 5. Int. Will, de Grelles and MiUcent his wife. Pet., and Roger le 
Bore, dcf., a messuage in Bodmani. Thomas Griles bur. 23 Jan., 1587. Cuby Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 89 

|A 

Charrles Griles John ob. sin' Jonathan Grace 1 Elizab. 3 Joane 5 
1 son atat. 8 p'le 2 sone 3 sonne — — 

Agnes 2 ■ Mary 4 

JOHN GRYLLS. 



Crosse. 

Grosse who Came out of Norfolk and lived at Liskerd 



Grosse of Liskerd 



Ezechiell Grosse^ of==Margaret Da. of Rich. Trelederis 
Camborne 7 sonne of Burian in Cornw. 



Jone^ mar. Thomas 2 David ^ fil. pri-==Elizab. Da. of Christopher Dorcas mar. 
to Tho. fil. set. 30 mogenitus Arundell of Menardarvy to Willm. 

Treunwith setat. 34 in Camborne Arundell of 

Menadarvy 



Ezechiell* fil. primogenitus get. 10 annoru' 



t LAW. CALL 

For MR. EZECHIELL GROSSE. 



* W"' Can, gent., and Marie Grills were mar. at Lanreath, 1600, Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts 
Thos. Lower, gent., and Jane, da. of Charles Grills, gent., were mar. ' 

14 June, 1652. 
Elizb., da. of Methusela and Joan Grills, bap. 1680. 

Anthony, son of Mr. Nathaniel Grylles and Elizb. „ ,, ) Lanreath Par, Keg, 

Warwick „ Charles Gryles, Esq., and Elizb. „ „ 
Methusela Grylls bur. „ 

Charles Grylls of Carwin, gent., „ 1694. 

For more of this pedigree, see 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 134. 

' Francis, da. of Ezechiel Grosse, Esq., and Margaret, bapt. 16 Aug., 1616, 
at Probus. 

2 Tho. Trenwith of Trenwith, Esquire, and Joane, da. of Ezechiell Grosse, 
Esquire, married at St. Ive's, 7 Mar., 1623. j 

3 Elizabeth, da. of David Grose, bapt. 3 Nov., 1606. Camborne Par. Peg. 
■* Ezechiel Grose and Margaret Coryton were mar. at. St. Mellion 18 Sept., 1631. 

Exeter's Transcripts. 

t W"' Grose, gent., and Alice, da. of W"" Nosworthy, mar. 1639. Madron Par. Reg. 
Edward Grosse and Anna Huthnans mar. 7 April, 1611. Truro Par. Reg. 
Jonathan Grosse, gent., & Kathn. Polsewe, widow, of Mevagizzy, mar. 1619. \ 
Joshua, son of Will. Grosse, gen', bap. 1581. St, Pinnock 

Will. „ „ „ 1615. / Par. Reg. 

Ferdinando Grosse, bur, 1643, / 

N 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 



Bp. of 



90 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



John Halamore of=F 



I 

Elynor da. of Bragdon=f="Walter Halamor of=Grace da. of Hen. Tliomas 
of Rye 1 wife I Penryn in Cornwall al's Carnsew 2 wife 



Peter Halamor of Penryn in^^ Ann da. of John Rachell wife to Petronell wife to 



Com. Cornub. living 1620 



TrewoUa 



Thomas Trewolla George Paynter 



John Halamor sonne & heire «t. 19 Annoru' 1620 Grace 1 Alice 2 

PETER HALLAMORE. 



f^arris. 



W"" Harris of Hayne in==Mary Da. of S'' Foulke Grevill of Beauchampe 
Com. Devon. Esq. | Court in Com. Warrwick Kt. 



Elizb. ux' Tho. 
Stone of Minver 



Brygdd sanz 
issue 



Kath' uxor Tho. 
Martin in Cora. 
Som'set 



Marg' ux' W™ Grimes^ 
of Buckland Monacorm 
in Devon 



^Arthure Harris of HajTie=f=Marg* Da. & sole hey. of 



in Com. Devon Esq. liveing 
1620 



Jo. Davilles of Marland 
in Devon 



Blanch uxor Tho. Kelley 
of Kelley in Devon 



John sone & Will'm 2 Arthure 4 Mary ux' Tobias New- Margart Alice 

hey. at. 34 — — court of Bickwel of "^^ ., ^ 

1620 Thomas 3 Henry 5 Devon Esq. unmaried. 



Phillip 6 



ARTHRE HARRIS. 



1608. 



' Agnes in Trewolla Peel. post. ^ Crymes. 

Captain of St. Michael's Mount. Named in Will of Haniball Vivian of Trelowarren, 30 Nov. 

Mr. Arthur Harris and Mrs. Kath. Beard veere mar. 1579. Ludgvan Par. Reg. 

Wm. Han-is, Esq., and Mrs. Jane St. Aubyn were mar. 4 Oct., 1685. Gulval P-ar. Reg. 

Jno. Harris of Lanrest, gent., and J.ane Harrys, gentlewoman, mar. 31 Jan. 1562. Men- 

heniot Par. Reg. (She was sister of Sir Christopher Harris of Radford, co. Devon.) 
Mr. John Harris and Mistress Jlary Rashleigh, mar. 4 Feb., 1666. St. Breock Par. Reg. 
John Harrys of Radford, E.sq., and Amy Sawle were mar. 18 Aug., 1690. Tywardreath 

Par. Reg. 
Mr. Ric. Harris and Mrs. Jane Webber were mar. 6 June, 1670. Padstow Par. Reg. 
Jane, da. of Ric. Harrice, gent., and Jane ux., bap. 1672. Padstow Par. Reg. 
John Harris (St. Breock. — Ed.) and Olivia Moyle were mar. 10 May, 1631. St. Austell 

Par. Reg. 
Thos. Harris and Thomazin Vivean were mar. 27 April, 1681. St. Ewe Par. Reg. 
Tho, Harryes of St. Issey and Jane Hart of Padstow, mar. lie. 1618, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



91 



?l|ar\3p. 



Arms. Arg. a chev. betw. 3 harrows sa. 

John Harvy of Hale in pochia3=T=Elizb. Da. of Baldwyne Grrigorie of Trenyne in 
de Linkinghorne in Com. Cornw. pochia de Mynver in Cora. Cornw. 



Baldwyne Harvy of Hale=pMary Da. of Jo. Somester of Peryn in Com. Cornw. 



Marg* mar. to Jo. Harvy of Hale sone & Elizbeth un- Mary 
Rich. Cr abb hey. now liveinge 1620 maried unmar. 

* Not signed. 



Jeffery Hatch=== 



John Hatch=T= 



Robt. 1 sone ob. Willm. Hatch=j=Jane. Da. of Willm. "Worlington 
sine p'le sone & hey. of S'' Mathew 



Tho. Hatch==Mabell Da. of Tho. Leighe 



Rob. Hatch^Guinthian Da. & hey. of S"^ Jo. Mabell Beatrix Jane 
Murdoke of Northamptonsh. 



Rob. Hatch==Blanch Da. of Rowland Audley, sone of James Lo. Audley 



John Hatch=Elizb. Da. &, heire of Willm. Durwyn 



John Hatch 2 sone mar. Willm' Hatch John Hatch=== divers Daughters 

Alice Da, of Jo. Yeo of 

Branton=== 

I A B 

* John Harvey, gent., bur. 16 Feb., 1617. Lanteglos by Cam. Par. Reg. 

Francis Harvye mar. Xtian Bolytho 16 April, 1638. "^ Anthony in Meneage 
Francis Harvye ,, Alice Blanke, wid., 1649.] Par. Reg. 

' ' ' ^ Anna Carthew 27 Nov., 1628. j 

JaneCarthew 1605 , Breock Par. Reg. 

Elizab. Trevail 1580. ^ 

Jane Halke 1588. J 

Walter Harvey and Anne Williams, mar. 1599, at Feock. "^ Bp. of Exeter's 
Michael Harvej and Patience Williams, „ „ ) Transcripts, 



Richard Harvye 
John Harvye 
Tho. Harvey 
John Harvey 



92 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

lA IB 
John Hatch==Thomazin Da. of W" Selman ^ Tho. Hatch= 
I ^1 

I I 

Tho. Hatch=i=Mary Da. of Thomas Hellinge Anne only Da. & hey. ux' 

I Baldwyn Mallet 



Willm. John Rich. Tho. Willm Hatch=Mai7 Da. of Willm. Widdeslade of 

I Wideslade 

Christ' Hatch of Busuistock=ConBtance Da. of Geo. Courtney 



in Cornwall Esq. 



of Penkevell Esq. 



Prudence 1 Da. Amye 2 Da. Frances 3 Da. 

Not signed. 



Hawke 



John Hawke of Alternoon in Cornwall Willm. Hawke of Altemon in Cornw. 2 sone 



.... Da. & he}Te ux' Drew of Tho. Hawke of Treriven= 
S' Cleder in Cornw. in Com. Cornw. 



=Cicily Da. & Coh. of W" 
Heare of Treriven 



Nicho. Hawke of Treriven in Com.=Temperance Da. & Coh. of Cha. Prust 
Cornwall liveinge 1620 of Hartland in Com. Devon 



Tho. 2 Mary a dat' Rich. Hawke sone & hey.= Joane Da. & Coh. of Robt. Burden 
Sonne at. 1 yeare atat. 20. 1620 liveing of North Petherwyn in Devon 
at. 3 & half 

* NICHOLAS HAWKE. 



Nicho, Heale of Cornwood in Devon=FDa.2 of Done 2 wife 



Tho. Heale^ of Fleete in Com. Devon=pJulian Da. of Jo. Smith of Exiter. 

|A 

• He mar. Agnes, da. of Sir John Bassett of Umberlcigh. — Ed. 

" Jlargeria, da. of Rich. Duuc of Hollsworthy. See Hele ped. ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 147. 
3 Penelope, da. of Thos. Hele of Fleete, mar. Christopher Blackall (' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 31), 
and Joane, another da., mar. Robert RoUe of Heampton ('Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 323). 

• Mr. Peter Hawke and Mrs. Margaret Baker, mar. 1667. Tjwardrcath Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



93 



Tho. Heale of Fleete in Com.=j=Bridgt^ Da. of Hen. Champnon of , 
Devon liveinge 1620 I 



Thomas 2 Henry 4 Fran. 5 Dolzabatt ux' Samwell sone Briget 2 Honor 4 

— — Samwell & hey. atat. — 

Nicholas 3 Eich. 6 Cosworfch 30, 1620 Elizab. 3 

THO. HELE. 



f^enUn% 



W'" Hender of Botriaux Castle= 
in Com. Cornwall 



= Agnes Da. of Jo. Newcourt 
of Holisworthie 



Jo. Hender^ of=rDa. of Thorne in Com. 



heyre 



1 sone & 



Northampton 



Edw. Hender of Veriam=Elizb. Da. of Jo. 
in Com. Corn, liveing Trefi'ie of Foye 
1620, 2 sone in Cornwall 



Kath' ux' Jo. Molsworth 
of Breage 



Mary^ ux' Ellys 
Heale of Devon 



Elizb. uxor 
Cotton* 



Fran, ux' S"" Rich. 
Rob.* of Trwro 



EDWARD HENDER. 



' John Coswarth of Little Golan, gent., and Bridget Hale, widow, relict of Thos, Hele of 
Fleets. Mar. Lie. at Exeter, 1626. 



Samuel Hele and Elizabeth Stone, mar. 28 Aug. 1631. 

Elizab., da. of Samuel Hele, gent., and Elizab., bap. 28 Oct. 1632. 



St. Neot. 



• (J. M.) 



Hannah, „ „ „ 26 May, 1635, 

William, son of „ „ „ 23 Mar. 1636. , 

William Hele, parsone, bur. 25 Jime, 1624. Landulph. 

William, son of Samuel Hele, gent., ,, 6 Jan. 1636. ) 

Hannah, da. of „ „ 21 June, 1637. [ St. Neot. 

Samuel Hele, gent., „ 12 Mar. 1660. ) 

For more extended pedigree of Hele, see 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' pp. 145-8, and ' Hist, of Trigg 
Minor,' vol. i., p. 42. 

2 John Hender, of Botreaux Castle, died 7 June, 1611 ; bur. at Minster, where is a monument 
to himself and wife, on which is a shield charged with the arms of Hender. Az. a lion ramp, 
within an orle of escallops or. Crest, a flaming sword erect, and impaling, Ai\ a fess gu. betw. 
3 lions ramp, difference, with a crescent for Thorne. There is also a monument in memory of 
Elizabeth, da. of the said John, and William Cotton her husband. Precentor and Canon of Exeter, 
eldest son of William Cotton, I5ishop of that See. For more of this, and further memorials of 
Hender, see ' History of Trigg Minor,' vol. i. 

' Marriage settlement dated 16 Dec, 1 James. (J. M.) 

^ William Cotton. Seeped. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 341. [Marriage settlement dated 20 
July, 5 James. (J. M.)] 
* Roberts. 



94 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



f^erU. 



To all christen people these p''sente3 I'res to se & to heare. John, Prior 
of Durham, Willm, Abbot of Newmmster, Thomas, Prior of Tinmouth, Robt. 
Whelpington, Mair of new castell on tyne, John Wodrington, knight, Rog. 
Wodrington, squire sherife of Northumb, gi'etinge in god. ffor that meritorie is to 
witnes truth to yo"" Universitie, we witnes & certifie of o"" verie knowing that one 
John Herle, Esq., y' was Lo, of West Herle in Northumb, had issue in lawfull 
matrimonie one Tho. Herle his eldist son, & John Herle the elder knight his 
brother y' dwelt in Cornwall & divers other children, & the said Thomas entered & 
peaceablie continewed his possession all his life, & had issue in lawfull matrimonie 
John Herle his sonne & heire, & died, & the said John his sonne entered & peace- 
ablie possessed all his life, and had issue in lawfull matrimonie John Herle, his son 
eldest yet living, & Thomas his brother now dwelling in Cornwall of hale bloude, 
and then their said fader died, & the said John the brother of the last Thomas, 
entered as his sonne & heire, and continued his possession as right heire of the whole 
bloud to the date of the making of this, & where it is supposed that the said 
Thomas now dwelling in Cornwall should be bastard, we witnes and certifie y* he is 
mulier and not bastar gotten & borne in forme & manner aflforesaid, also we witnes 
& certifie that if the said John Herle knight & John Herle knight his sonne be 
dead w%out issue of their bodies, that the same John Herle brother of the sayd 
Thomas dwelling in Cornwall is cosen & next heire to the sayde John Herle knight 
the sonne, that is to saye sonne & heire of the sayd John Herle his father, sonne 
& heire of y^ said Tho. his father, sonne & hei. of the same John his father, whilke 
was father of the said John Herle knight the elder, father of y'' said John Herle 
knight his sonne & heire by cause y*^ y*^ same John died w*hout heire of him as 
before is specified. In witnes of whilke thinke we the said Priors, Abbot, Maior, 
the scales of o'' offices, & we the saide John Wodrington & Roger Wodrington 
o'' scales to these p^'sent I'res has .... set. At the Newcastell on Tine the first 
daye of Maye in the yeare of y^ raigne of King Henrie the 6 after y® conquest of 
England the 14th. 

John Hearle of West hearle in Northumberland 



I I 

Tho. Hearle 1 sonne=p S'" John Hearle K"^ 2 sonne Da. & hey. of 

I W™ Poleglasse of Trelaune=f= 



I I 
John Hearle=i=Mawde S'' John Hearle K* Marg' Da. of 
I S'' W'" Talbot ob. sine p'le 

Tho. Hearle^=f:Jane^ Da. & hey. of Phil. Arvos 
I 

John Hearle of=rElizb. Da. & hey. of John Salter 



John Hearle^ of=j=Margaret2 Da. & hey. of W'" Foalkroy 
A| 

' Called 2 son of Jo. Herle, and mar. to Joane, da. of Rich. Arvos, Lo. of Pridieux. ' Visit. 
Devon, 1505 and 1620,' Harl. MS. 1080, fo. 104. 

2 8he afterwards mar. Robert Gary. 'Visit. Dev., 1620,' p. 49. Mar. 1616. Luxyllian Par. Reg. 

3 His sister Margaret Herle mar. Rich. Harrington, who was named with others on a commis- 
sion directed to the Sheriff of Cornwall, to try Pirates (one of them named Glyn) at Fowey. Pat, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OE COENWALL. 95 

M 

I 

Nicho. Hearle of . . . =j=l Da. & Coh. of Niche. Carmynow 

1 |~~ 2 
Jenophes Dau, of Hugh=pTho, Hearle of Prideaux=Elizab. Sist' & Coh. of W™ Mil- 
Trevanyon K' Hearle in Com. Cornw. liton 1 mar. to Treanwith. 2 to 
I Arundell 

I I 

Hugh Hearle sone & hey. Edw. Hearle of=f=Anne Da. of Jo. 
ob. sine p'le Pridiaux Trefrye 



Nicho. 2 sone Charles 3 sonne Jenephes uxor Nicho. Leach of Willm. 4 sonne 

Stoke Clymsland in Cornwall ob. sine p'le 



Tho. Hearle of Prediaux=j=Lowday Da. of Nicho. Glyn Edw. 5 sone Hugh 6 sone 
in Com. Cornw. I of Glyn in Com. Cornwall ob. sine prole prentez in 
I London 

Anne 1 Da. at. 5 Edward sone & heire atat. 3, 1620 Jane 2 Da. atat. 2, 1620. 

# Not signed. 



Eoll 1 Edw. V. in. s. d. Carew, in his ' Survey,' relates that one Harrington of Fowey, was tried 
and hanged for Piracy about the end of Edw. IV. reign. While carefully searching the Record 
Office for confirmation of this, to no purpose, we lighted upon the Commission first named, and 
note the circumstance as one among many examples of distorted tradition. Anne, the daughter 
of Rich. Harrington, mar. Rob. Poyle (Harl. MS. 4031, fo. 78), and their only da. and heir mar. 
Thomas, the last male of the Petit family. Ped. fin. Cornwall 8 Hen. VIII. Trinity. Richard 
Harrington de Fowey, Mercat. qu. Tho. Glover and ux. def. lands in Fowey. 

* Thos., son of Thos. Herle, Esq., bap., 1622., 



I Luxyllian Par. Reg. 



Bridget, da. of „ and Loveday „ 1627. 

Charles, son of „ „ ,, 1632. 

Thos. „ Edward Herle, Esq., and Mary „ 1635. 

Edward „ „ „ „ 1643. 

Charles „ „ „ „ 1652. 

Edward Herle, Esq. bur. 1619. 

Will., son of Edw. Herle, Esq. „ 1653. 

Thos. Herle, gent. „ 1866. 

Mrs. Mary Herle, wife of Edw. Herle, Esq. „ 1673. 

Edward Herle, Esq. „ 1695. 

Charles Herle, gent. „ 1697. 

Nicholas Hearle and Richow Battin, mar. 21 Sept. 1617. 

Stephen, son of Nicholas Hearle, bap. 14 Mar. 1617-18. 

WnUani „ „ „ 24 Oct. 1620. 

Simon Clotworthy of Wembworthy, and Martha Herle of Tywardreth, Mar, Lie. at Exeter 
Nov. 1620. 
Carlian, filius Carminois Herle, genosi, bap. 1584. Lanlivery Par. Reg. 
Edw. Hearle, gen., and Maria Trefusis, mar. 1634. Buckland Mon. Par. Reg. 

Buloe Par. Reg. 



I 
, Ut. 



Ewe Par. Reg. 



John Hearell & Marg. Sowden, mar. 1668. 
Will. Hearl & Marg. Blake „ 1686. 

Peter, son of Peter & Elizb. Hearle, bap. 1670. 
Peter Horrell, bur. 1719. 



James, son of Tho & Dorothy. Hearle, bap. 1691. 
Ric, son of Ric. and Anstis Horrell, „ 1700. 
Ric. Horrell, Sen., bur. 1695. 

Ric. Horwell, „ 1757. 



[We insert the Duloe Regs, in further illustration of the note under JolifEe on change of name.] 



96 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



|^e)rt. 



Jo. Hext of Stav'ton in Com. Devon=FPhill. Da. of "W™ Denham of Leviston 



I 2 I 1 

John Hext Abigail Da. of=Willm. Hext^ of Constentin in=f=Jane^ Da. of "W™ Ri- 



1 sone Rob. Quarme Com. Cornw. liveing 1620. 2 

Sonne 



chardes of Constantin 



Thomas 3 sonne Agnes a dau. John 1 sone atat. 18 Willm. 2 sone at. 14 
at. half yeare 

WILLIAM HEXT. 



Hen. Hickes of Luxillian of Cornwall 



Rich. Hickes of Luxillian=j=Mary Da. of Wm. Grilles of Tavistock in Devon 



^ Walt' Hickes of Luxillian in=pElizb. Da. of Luke Bett of 
Com. Cornwall liveinge 1620 I St. Tizey in Cornwall 

i \ i 1 ^1 

Rich, son & hey. Henry 2 Mary 1 Da. Joane Elizab. 
at. 14. 1620 sone. at. vi. 2 Da. 3 Da. 



t 



WA. HICKES. 



' Will. Hext, gent., and Joan Richards, mar. at Constantino, 1601. Bp. of Exeter's Trans- 
cripts. 

* Emlin, da. of Geo. Hexte, bapt. 1676. ") t, t ^u t> t> 

Thos. Hexed and Mary Chely, mar. 1671. j" Tywardreth Par. Reg. 

Samuel Hext, gent., and Jane Moyle, mar. 19 Sept. 1668. St. Austell Par. Reg. 
- Ob. 1636. Monument in Luxulyan Church. 

t John, s. of Master Nicolas Hickes, by Jone, bap. 1688.) q,..^ p p 
Nicholas Hicks, gentleman, bur. 27 Sept. 1668. I ^y^arareath rar. Keg. 

Robert Robins of the Parish of Blisland, gent., and Anne, da. of John ) ,, „ p tj 

Hicks of St. Ives, gent., mar. 28 Sept. 1693. ] ^ennor l-ar. Keg. 

David Hickst was one of the principal inhabitants of Lanlivery, and signed Register Book, 

1654. electing Jno. Couch the elder as Registrar. 
Walter Hicks of Luxyllian and Frances Bersey, mar. 1747. St. Ervan Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COENWALL. 



97 



mil 

Rob Hill of Hill Tope Esq. came into Engl, w*** y® Conquero''=pDa. of Rawton 
Rob. Hill of Hill Tope=j=Da. of Grimsbye of Grymsbye 



Rob. Hill of HiU Tope=f=Da. of Claxston of Wennet 



William Hill 2=j=Da, & hey. of Hamond Tho. Hill of=rDa. of Lap- 
sonne of Shropsh. I of Hamond Aley Hill Tope I feild 



W«> Hill of Shropsh.^ 



Tho. Hill of Hill=pDa, of Rockwood of Rockwood 



Tho. Hill of Shropsh.=r John Hill of Hill tope=j=Da. & hey. of Marifeild 



Tho. Hill of Shropsh. of who came S'" W'« Hill o^Da. of SaveU 
Rowland Hill Lo. Maior of London Hill tope I 



W™ Hill of HiU tope=T=Da. of Danbye 



W" Hill of Hill tope=rDa. of Rensby 



John Hill 2 sonne=j= 



W« Hill of Hill Tope=pDa. of Melton 



Willm Hill=^ 



W'" Hill of Hills topen=Da. of fayrfax 
he was a Man y* did great hurt to 
his house, for he spent all his land 



John Hill=j=Da. of Fletcher 
I of Harwood 



W™ Hill of=Da. of Haucksworthe 



hill tope 



of Haucksworthe 



W"* Hill John 2 W" Hill of=Dau. of , 



Hen. Hill 2 sone==Dorithie Da. of 



sone Hill tope 



Banreck of the Forrest of 

Kuavesburye 



W" Quarton of 
Hempshill 



Willm Hill of==Da. of Jone Da. of Jo.=Willm Hill of Pli-= Jone Da. of Jo. 



Hills tope 



Scafe Harvye of Pli- mouth liveing Bowrd of Fli- 

mouth 1620 mouth 



Tho. Hill of Hills tope=Dau. of Ma'xde 

WILLAM HILL. 



98 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Vincent de Bedow 



Kobert de Bedow=- 
James de Bedow=i=Jane fil. Reginald! de Rosiwike 



John Bedow===Jane Da. of Rich. Seneshall de Trevenetheke 



John Hill==Jana fil. et heres 



John Hill fil. et heres=f= 



4. John 5. Thomas Robt. Hill fil. pri- Willm Hill=f Alice da. of Pawle Hill 
mogenit. ob, s. p. 2 fil. Carance 3 fil. 



Thomas Hill fil. et heres==Jane Da. of Otes Trefases 



Michaell Hil.=Jane fil. et Coh. Thomas Hill sone & 

2 fil. I Gerance Bodrigie heire ob. s. p. 



Michaell Hill fil. et h8eres=Margerie Da. of Robt Vivian 



I I 

John Hill fil. et heres Paule Hill=Dorothy Da. of 
ob. sine p'le 2 fil. I Richard* Erisev 



John Hill fil. et Heres=j=Alicia fil. Tho. Penrose 



Thomas l.Agneta 3. Jana Francis Hill=Grace Da. 3. John ret. 12 

2 fil. — — fil. et Heres of Tho. — 

set. 15 2. Dorothea 4. Margaret lutat. 23 Randall 4. Michaell fi 

JOHN HILL. 



' Called James Erisey in the Erisey Ped. autc. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 99 



mi 



^ Robt. Hill of Shistoii eldist==Elizab. Da. of John Dinham of 



son & hey. of Richard 



Wortham in Com. Devon Esq. 



Oliver 2. Francis 4. Phillip Richard Hill= 

son & — — 6 son of 

heyre 3. Humphrie 5. Robt. Robt. 



=Lora Da. of Hugh 
Weekes of North Lew 
in Com. Devon 



3 Richard Hill fil. et heres setat. 28 de Truro==Anne2 Da. of Rich. Wliite of Trui-o 



Richard Hill fil. et heres Francis^ fil. 1 Loveday* fil. 2 
atat dimidiu' anni. 1620 set. 5 annoru' setat. 3 



RICHARD HILL. 



f^ill 



Oliv' Hill of Shilston in Com.=Agnes 2 Da. of Rog. Boduckshued 
Devon Esq. sone & hey. of Robt. of Budside in Com. Devon Esq. 



Rog. Hill Arthur Hill 2 sone of S' Keverne=Margt Da. of Tho. Southcot 
1 Sonne in Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 of Bovye in Com. Devon 

ARTHUR HILL. 



> Son of Eich. Hill, by Joane, da. of Andrew Strechley of Holberton, Devon. ' Visit. Devon, 
1620,' p. 344. . , ^ ^ 

3 Mar. 16 Nov., 1613 3 Bap. 13 July, 1615. ^ Bap. 31 Aug., 1617. ) rj,^.^^.^ j,^^ j, 
Walter, son of John Hill of St. Clements, bap. 5 Jan, 1611-12. j 

• Jane, da. of Phillip Hill, bap. 10 Nov., 1610, at Helstou. 1 
William, son „ bur. 21 Nov., 1610, >. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Walter HUl and Ehzb. Cowlm mar. 1632, at St. Ste- / ^ *^ 

phen's, Saltash. I 

For more, see Hill Fed., ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 314. 



100 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



?^pu. 



Robt. Hill son &=j='Margaret Da. & hey. of Fantleroy & to Mr 
hey. of Giles Hill mother who was Da. & heyre of Flamock 



Giles Hill fil. et heres=T=Da. 
I 



of Littleher of Essex 



Robt. Hill Moris Hill of Helligan=^ Margaret Da. of John Carnsew 
2 fil. in Com. Cornwall of Bokally of 2 House 



Ka^therin mar. 
to Peter Toker 
fratri Cristop. 
Toker 



Honor mar. 
to Christoph. 
Toker of 
HeUond 



Moris Hill 
2 fil. tetat. 
28. 



^ Humphrie Hill= 
de Hellegan fil. 
primogenit. 



=Grace Da. of 
Peter Corri- 
ton of New- 
ton in Com. 
Cornwall 



2 Rich. 
Hill 3 
fil. 

setat. 
25 



Humphrie Hill fil. et Hseres Eetat. 6 annoru' 1620 

* HUMPHRYE HYLL. 



onvt. 



Eliza, da. to John==John Hore of==Catheryn da. to Phelip 
Roskarock I Trenouth I Penkevell 1 wife 



^ Francis 4 Dorithi 5 Da. ^ Richard Hore of Tre-^Philip da 



nouth Sonne & heir 



of Wynter 

A 



Thomas 
2 



Willm. 
3 



' 111 au Indenture dated 18 Oct., 1675, relating to lands in St. Mabyn, there is a citation of 
a lease which had been gi-anted by Margaret Hill, widow, and Humphry Hill, son and heir 
apparent of the said Margaret. (Sir John Maclean's Collection.) 

^ Eich., son of Maurice Hill, Esq., bap. 2 Jan., 1595. Truro Par. Reg. 

* Alexander Arundell & Catherine Hill mar. 21 July, 1568. \ 

John Loveales & Mary Hill were wedded 30 June, 1579. 

Antonie, son of Mr. Maurice Hill, was christened 27 Aug., 1583. | 

John, sou of Humphry Hill & Grace his wife bap. 12 July, 1621. , St. Mabyn Par. Reg. 
Humplu-y Hill, ye sonne of Mr. Robert Hill, bui'. 1 Nov.. 1576. ' (J. M.) 

Mr. Robert Hill „ 4 Oct., 1578. { 

Giles, ye sonne of Maurice Hill, Esq. „ 8 Feb., 1601. 

Robert Hill, gent. „ 22 Sept., 1611. J 

2 Pod. fin. Cornw. Hill. 38 Eliz. Francis Hore qu. Rich. Hore def. 

Ped. fin. Comw. 4 Hen. IV., No. 8. Int. Noel Paderda qu. Walter Hore and Alice his wife 
(Icf. Lands in Pengelly, North Paderda, etc. 

Ped. fin. Comw. 11 Hen. IV., No. 6. Int. John, son of Henry Hore, qu. and Warin Hore de 
Trewaythe and Nichola ux. eius def. Lands in Trewaythe, Trengale, and Fosne\vyth settled on 
\\'arin H. and liis wife by John. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

I A 



101 



John Hore sone & hey.=j=Joane Da. & Coh. of W™ Cavill of 
atat. 22 1620 St. Kue in Com. Cornwall 



John sone & hey. atat. 1 1620 A da. at this j/set imchristened 

JOHN HOARE. 



Richard Hoblyn=i=Margaret da. & coheire of John Daw of Lescarwell 



John Hoblyn=Sibell da. & coheii'e of Edw. Ronnell of Boddrane 



Anstace da. of Willm=pThoinas Hoblyn=Agnes da. & heire of 
CoUard 1 wife I Willm. Kinee Treire 



John Hoblyn=i=Eliza. da. of John Reynald=Da. of Peter Hoblyn mar. Tho 



2 Sonne 



Harrys of Lanrest Hoblyn 



Hockin masin Da. of Hitchins 



I 11. II II 

Richard—Phillip da. & co- Katherin mar. Anthome l.Kather. o.Agnis 



Hoblyn 



heire of John Pye to John Pitt 



Robert 



2. Elizab. 4. Jane 



Dorothy da. of= Thomas Hoblyn of=i=Judith Da. of Francis=Ephue Da. of 



John Dynham 
2 wife 



Nanswedon in 
Cornwall living 
1620 



Edw. Trevals- 



Hoblyn 
2 filius 



prima 



Tho. Hickes 
deLaunceston 



Margeria uxor Edwardus Ho-= 

Johis Beare blyn fil. primo- 

de Trevedow genitus fetatu. 

inCom.Cornw. 33 a° 1620 

Agnes mar. to 
Charles Trwe- 
body de Castell 



=Mary Da. & 
Coh. of 
Robt. Apley 
of Barne- 
stable in 
Com. Devon 



Thomas 2 

fil.de 

medio 

Templo 

Londo' 

£etat. 25 



2. Ricus 

2 fil. 
fet. 23 



1. Dorothy 
get. 18 

2. Susan 
set. 16 



* John Hocking and Johanna Hore mar. 10 May, 1569. St. Teath."] 
AlexanderHoreandDorothy Cotton mar. 5 Nov., 1628. Poughill. I/t lyrN 

15 July, 1610. Blisland. n''' '■^■J 



John Hore, Clerk, bur 

Hugh, sou of John Hore, gent., bap. 



20 Jan., 1632. St. Kew. J 



102 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

i A I B 



John fil. primogenitus Eetat ^ Anue - ]Maria ^ Eli- ^ Judith dimidiu' 
unius anni et dimidiu' £et. 5 let. 4 zab. 3 anni 



|1 
Richard Hoblyn=j=Margaret da. of Wallys 



John Hoblyn=j=Johan da. of Henry "Wood 



Elizab. uxor Rici Cowling de Thomas Hoblyn of Bo- = Eliza da. of "William Bon- 
Liskerd in Com. Cornwall dreyn living 1620 vile of S' Cullombe 



1. John fet. 6 2. Phillip 2 Joane 4 

THOMAS HOBLYN OF BODRANE. 

THO. HOBLYN OF NANSWHIDEN. 



St. Columb Major Par. Eeg. 



' Bapt. 19 Feb., 1614-15. 

= Bapt. 22 Sept., 1616. 

3 Bapt. 5 Jan.. 1617-18. 

^ Bapt. 16 Oct., 1619. 

* Reginald Hobling and Joan, da. of John Weumouth of Quethiock, were mar. 1543. St. 

Pinnock Par. Reg. 
Eachell, da. of Anthony Hoblyn and Joane his wife, bap. at Liskeard 12 

March, 1624. 
Robert, sou of Edward Hoblyn, gent., and Marie his wife, bap. at Goran I Bp. of Exeter's 

6 June, 1624. ( Transcripts. 

Thos. Hoblyn, gent., and Alice Coswarth were mar. at Little Colon 7 

Oct., 1634. 

Thos. Hoblyne, gent., and Olyve Vivian, gen., were mar. 23 Nov., 1625. St. Winnow 

Par. Eeg. 
Anne, da. of Thos. Hoblyn. gent., and Grace, bap. 1665. ") p, p t. 

Will. Karkeek, gent., and Mi-s. Grace Hoblyn mar. 13 March, 1687. ) ^' 

Rich., son of Edw. Hoblyn, gent., bap. 31 May, 1696. St. Stephen's in Brannel Par. Reg. 
Edward Hoblyn, gent., son of Edward Hoblyn of Nanswhidden, Esq., dec. and Bridget, 

da. of John Carew of Penwarne, Esq., were mar. 8 August, 1659 (also entered in St. 

Col. Major Par. Reg.). Mevagissey Par. Reg. 
Francis Hoblyng and Elizab. Warne mar. 1685. St. Issey Par. Reg. 
Edw., son of Rob. Hoblyn, Clerk, bap. 1689. Colan Par. Reg. 
Dorothea, da of Thos. Hoblyn, gent., and Alice his wife. bap. 16 Aug., 1637. 



Judith, da 

Alice, da. ., ,, 

Judith, da. of Edw. Hoblyn, gent. 

Edward, son 

Alice, da. ,, 

John, son ,, and Joanna his wife, 

Mrs. Alice Hoblyn 

3\Ir. Thos. Hoblyn 

Francis Hoblyn 

Peter Hoblyn and Elizab. Moylc 



8 Nov.. 1638 
6 Jan., 1640 
9 Oct., 1670 
21 Mar., 1674. \ St. Enoder 

1675. I Par. Reg. 
30 Nov., 1683. 
bur. 1675. 
„ 1699. 
„ 1710. j 
mar. .27 June, 1662. 



Austell Par. Reg 



Edw. Hoblyn. Esq.. and Mrs. Barbara H.awkin mar. 27 Aug., 1726. 
Mrs. Barbara Hoblyn bur. 1 Dec, 1739. 

[^A'otc continued on nes't parje. 



¥ 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 103 



Kwltpn. 



Edy Moyle al's Otes Moyle=i= 



W'" Hany Watt gent. 



Ric. Moyle 3 son=j= John Retaller=f= 



Willm. 

John 

John 



Amy Henry =pThomazine Da, John =j=Jane Da. of John 



obierunt 2 Jenkin 

"sine p'le fiha 



& Coh. of 
Harry 



Moyle 



Retailer 13 H. 
VIII. 



Tho. Jenkin fil. et h£eres=pJane Da. & hey. of John Moyle 



Henry Jenkin 2 fil. mar. James Jenken fil.=f=Katherine relicta Henry Jenkin 2 



Margt. Relict Phillip Cole et heres sup'stes 
Esq. Da. & Coh. of Oliver 1620 
Carminow Esq. 



Peter Jenken fil. et 
heres getat. 16 1620 



Johis Brabin soror filius sup'stes 
Joh'esCarterArm. 1620 (sic.) 



Honor mar. to James Praed gent. 
2 fil. Willmi Praed gent, deceased 



JAMES JENKYN. 



(Note continued.) 

Rich. Hoblyn, Esq., and Anne da. of John Carew of Penwarne, Esq., were\ 

mar. 25 July, 1644. 
Thos. Hoblyn, gent., and Mary, da. of Jno. Carter, Esq., were mar. 1 Sept., 

1688. St. Columb 

Grace, da. of Thos. Hoblyn, bap. 23 Jan., 1697. ' Major 

Judith, da. „ „ 1699. j Par. Reg. 

Grace, da. of Mr. Thos. Hoblyn, „ 12 Nov. 1700. 

Madam Grace Hoblyn, wid,, bur. 1 June, 1693. 1 

Edw. Hoblyn, Esq. „ 1684./ 

Mrs. Damaris Hoblyn, bur. 30 Dec, 1713. ") T^„i„„t,o^ia p^ p 

Damaris, da. of Edw. Hoblyn and Damaris, bap. 18 Dec, 1683. J ^g^o^nayie rai. Jr^eg. 
John Hoblyn of St. Euoder, gent., and Anne Tub of St. Stephens, mar. 30 Jan., 1706. St. 

Mewan Par. Reg. 
"William Hobelyn held lands in Cornwall. De Banco Roll 50 Edw. III. Hillary. (Rob. 

Herres v. Will. Hobelyn.) 
Ped. fin. Cornw. Mich. 28 Eliz. Int. Peter Marke qu. Richard Hoblynge, Thos. Hoblyng, 

and o'rs def. 
The pedigree of Hoblyn has been registered in the College of Arms, and has been printed, 

with further extensions, in ' History of Trigg Minor,' vol. i. pp. 473-5. 

* John Williams and Mary Jenking mar. 3 Aug., 1605.1 

Bartholomew Williams and Elizab. Jenkyn „ 8 Oct., 1610. I St. Enoder 

William Williams and Julian Jenkyn „ 23 Sept., „ [Par. Reg. 

William Williams and Agnes Jenken. both of Ladock, „ 8 Nov., 1642. J 

Mar. Lie. between Peter Jenkyn of Sf. Columb Major, and Anne, da. of Andrew Pomeroy 
of the same, Esq., 20 Oct., 1628. (J. M.) 

\_yote continued on netrt j^nt/e. 



104 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



gtpnents. 



Rowland Jeynens of Bokonock in Cornwall= 
descend of a familie of Shropsheire 



Fran. Jeynens of 
in Cornwall 



,n=f=ELizb. Da. of Hen. Spour of 
I Trebarth in Cornwall 



Hen. jeynens of Bosmaw- 
gan in Cora. Cornwall 
liveing 1620 



I 
Elizab. uxor 
Xicho. 
Layers of 



Mary 2 Lowdey 4 Anne 6 

Grace 3 Phillip 5 



HENRYE JEYNENES. 



{Note coiitimied.) 

John Jenken and Philip Vyvian 

John Jenken and Katharine Ribe 

James Jenkin and Johan Francis 

Thomas Jenken and Ursula Spraye 

John Jenkyn and Elizabeth Nancouuan 

Anthony Jenkyn and Jane Bennett 

Christopher Jenkins and Kicho Dunn 

John, son of Thomas Jenken, 

Thomas „ „ 

John „ „ 

Kichard „ • „ 

Thomas „ „ 

Christopher „ Anthony and Jane Jenken 

Margery, \vife of John Jenkin 

George, son of Thos. Jenkin 

Thomas Jenken 

Peter Jenkyn, Esq. 

Mrs. Ann Jenkyn, widow 

John Jenkyn and Margaret Basset mar. 15 Sept., 1611. 



mar. 1 July, 1546.^ 
„ 7 Dec, 1549. 
„ 1573. 

" 20 April. 1602. 

„ 21 Aug.. 1626. 

„ 1650. 

bap. 16 March. 1553, St, Columb 

„ 1571, 1 Major Par, 

„ 1574. /Reg, (J, M,) 

„ 1576. 

1584. 

„ 9 Jan., 1630. 

bm-. 4 May, 1542. 

1 May, 1643. 

„ 15 June, ,, 

„ 19 Sept., 1663. 

„ 19 May, 1C81.J 

Pyran in Powder. (J.M.) 



Elizabeth, wife of Henry Jenkin, gent., bur, 5 Sept., 1686. Lanivet. (J.M.) 

John Seynt Aubyn, son of John Seynt Aubin, Esq., and Anne, da. of James Jenkyn, Esq., 

deceased, were mar. 14 Nov., 1665, at St. Columb Major. (Bp. of Exeter's Ti-anscripts.) 
Sir Nicholas Slanninge, Kt. of the Bath and Bart., and Mary, da. of James Jenkyn, Esq., 

did mar. 22 June, 1670. (St. Columb Major Par. Reg.) 
WiU of John Jenkyn of Penpons Alverton (Maddern), 14 Sept., 2 Jas. Names his wife 

Elizabeth, his son Edward, and Thomas, John, William, Mary, and Catherine, children 

of Edward ; also Richard, and Philip, son of William Noye, of Talcarn, his son-in-law. 

* Chancery Proceedings 27 June, 1579, Eliz. William Jennyngs of Padstow, thirty years 
ago a soldier, he had two sons, William, o. s. p., and John Jennyngs of Tottin Mill, Co. Lanca- 
shire, who had issue John, o. s. p., Elizabeth, mar. to Rich. Soughte, and Thomasine, mar. to 
Robert Irishe. 

Rich. Symons and Lowdy Jennyngs, gent., mar, 9 May, 1629. St. Winnow. 

Thomas Jeunynge and Elizabeth Horwell, mar. 10 Oct., 1624. St. Columb Major. 

Ped. fin. 18 Jas., Easter, Cornw. Abraham Jennens qu. Edm. Dourishe, gent., and Agnes 
ux. eius Elizeus Dourish and Johanna ux. eius def. Ten. in Saltashe. 

Ric. Williams and Jane Jennings were mar. 1600. St, Columb Major Par. Reg. 

For earlier and extensive ped. of Jeyncues, see Harl. MSS. 615, 1241, 1396, and 6172. 



j<.. 



M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 105 

Stephen Tredidon temp. Rici II.=j=Magdalena 



John Tredidon temp. H. VI.=7=Joane fil. et h^er. Rici Fowler de Twynyo 



Tho. Tredidon temp. E. IV.=pElizab. fil. Willmi Penfound de Penfound 



John Tredidon=x= 

Al 

* The family of Erisey were seated at Tredidon in Egloskerry after the Visitation, and 

George Joll ( i.e. JoUifEe) of Alternon and James Erisey married two sisters from Devonshire. 

John Erisey of Egloskerry, will prob. 1684 ; Rio. Erisey of St. Neot, will prob. 1707. (Bodmin.) 

Egloskerry. John Joll, clerk, and Ursula Prowse mar. Jan., 1610. In the mar. lie. he 

is called Jole. 

St. Enoder. Katherine, wife of Willm. Jollye, clerk, bur. 15 July, 1616. Will prob. 1628, 
Bodmin. 

Jno. Joll of Lewannick, miller, legacies to his bro. John J. of Egloskerry, clerk, and his 
bro. Thos. J. Will prob. 1624, Bodmin. 

George JollifEe, clerk, Lewannick. Will prob. 1574, Bodmin, not found. Presented A.D. 
1569, on death of Jno. Waye. Bp. Reg. Exon. 

George Jolliffe, Vicar of Lewannick. Will prob. 1593, Bodmin. Names children of his 
son Timothy. 

Timothy Jollif mar. Mary Martin, 1576. ^ 

Tho. Jolifee mar. Eliz. Band, 1589. 

Tho. Jolly mar. Xtian Jane, 1602. ) Fowey Par. Reg. 

Francis, son of Timothy JolliflEe, bap. 26 Dec, 1583. 
Will., son of Timothy Jolly, „ 1582. J 

Hals mentions one Peter JowU or Jouell, under clerk or deacon of Alternon, temp. Chas, 
II., who attained the age of 150 odd years. When 100 years old, new black hair sprung forth 
on his head, and new teeth grew in his jaws in place of those which had fallen out. The Rev. 
Peter William Jolliffe (B.A. 1789, M.A. 1792, St. John's Coll. Camb.), P. C. of St. James, Poole, 
died 22 Feb., 1861, in the seventy- fii'st year of his incumbency, aged ninety-four ; the circum- 
stance is alluded to in 'Notes and Queries,' vol. xi., second series. The families of Jolliffe, Jollowe, 
JoUe, Jollye, and Joll were evidently one and the same, and their tradition supports this view. 
They were seated in the same and neighbouring parishes, were landowners, yeomen, and clergy- 
men there contemporaneously, using the same peculiar Christian names, Peter, Nicholas, and 
Digory, with the more ordinary ones, George, John, William ; and, according to Lysons, they 
were noted for their singular longevity. (The Lysons state they could not find any entry of the 
ancient Peter in the Parish Registers ; but Alternon registers have been much mutilated, — in fact 
all destroyed before the twenty-ninth page, beginning with 29 March, 1688— and the Editors have 
heard that they were cut up by their custodian, a tailor, to take measures, They here offer to the 
notice of the curious the following extract from the Parish of Broadock : — John Holman, 102 
years old, was buryed the 8th of Dec, 1626.) In the folio pedigree of vol, i. ' Parochial Hist, of 
Cornwall ' will be found the names of John Joll, from Alternon, who died aged 98, and of his 
three daughters, Honor, died aged 80, from the effects of a fall downstau's ; Catherine, died aged 
86 ; and Mary, died aged 93, of injuries received in a field from the attack of a ram. 

It is of some import to the genealogist to note the coiTuptions and abbreviations of West 

Country names,— for instance, Joli, Jolla, Jowle, Joyl, Juyl, presumably the older forms, became 

Jolliffe, JoUow, Jollye, Joll (around Alternon and Egloskerry), Joll and Jolly, same persons 

(Landewednack), Gatliffe, Gatley (St. Clement's), Talbot, Talbutt, Talbord (Tavistock), Talver, 

Tabre, Tallbert (Lostwithiel), Mohun, Moon (St. Blazey), Bohun, Boon (Bp.'s Teignton), Carkeet, 

Terkick(St.John'sandSheviock),Hext,Hixt,Hix,Hicks(Lamorran)jO«7?(.7MwZ#(.j«Ziwg'M««w?tc,etc. 

Mr. Peter Jollife bur. 18 Mar., 1665. St. Thomas by Launceston Par. Reg. 

Tho., son of John JoU, bap 11 Sep., 1598. | Lewannick. 

Henry Rowe and Margt. Jolly mar. 1624. ) 

Nich. Jolle and Margt., da. of Arthur Dalley, were mar. at Michaelstow 1601. 
John Jolliffe bur. „ 1616. Bp.of Exeter s 

Jane, da. of Mr. Joseph JoUey, bap. at Kenwyn 1622. | Transcripts. 

Francis Jolla bur. N. Petherwin. 1633. 

Maiy, da. of John Jollow, bap. at Jacobstow 1655. 

Tho. JoU and Frances Pearne were mar. „ » 

Ann, daughter of Peter Jolliffe, gent., baptized 26 Oct. 1623. Northill. (J. M.) 

P 



106 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

i.1 

Tho. Windsor=pJone Da. and hei. of John Tredidon 



John Joliffe de Poiio;will=^Maria fil. et hrer. Tho. Windsor 



John Joliffe temp. a° 23 H. VII.=p 



Willm JohflFe of Tredidon ==Emma uxor eius 



Xicholas Joliflfe of Tre-=Elinor Da. Johis of (sic) 
didon 24 H. VIII. Trehauke de Trehauke 

I ^ 

Henry Joll of Okeliampton & Mary Howard of the same, spinst., 25 July, 1695. '^ ■., j ■ 

Henry Jole of Okeliampton, gentleman & Mary CoUings of the same, spinst., 1737. ) 

John Jolliffe, gent., and Mrs. Agnes Gary were married 9 May, 1676. West Pudford, Devon. 

(J. M.) 
Bridget, ^vife of Jno. JollifEe, bur. 1609. -, 

John Jolliffe bur. 1621. \ Lanlivery 

John, son of Gregoi-y and Priscilla Jolly, bap. 1648. | Par. Reg. 
Walter, son of Gregory and Priscilla Jolly, bap. 1650. j 
John Dowrish, son of George and Margaret Joll, bap. 6 Ap., 1677.] 
( „ „ bur.atAlternon 10 Aug., 1679. Ai-chdea. Transcripts.) I o^nth Petherwin 

Anne, da. of George and Margaret Joll, „ 20 June, 1682. > „ p 

John, son ,, ,, ,, 21 April, 1085. 1 ' • '^ o- 

(He was bur. at St. Budeairs, aged 98, 1 Jany., 1783.) j 

George Joll bur. 9 June, 1692. ) Altemon Par Ree 

Dame Margaret JoU bur. 10 June, 1694. ) ^i^emon rar. aeg. 

(She was the da. of Lewis Dowrish of Dowrish in Devon, et tandem liceren fam'iUce Dotvrish.) 
George Joll and Margaret Dowrish of Sandford. Mar. lie. 2 Jany., 1674-5. 
Nich., s. of Wm. Jolle, bap. 1602. \ 

Nich. Jollie, Warden 1634. r> i * -d -d 

Nicholas Jolly, gent., bur. 13 July, 1666. P^dstow Par. Reg. 
Nich., s. of Nich. Jolly and Ann, bap. 1675. j 

Close Rolls. 30 Chas. II. pt. 3. Sir. Wm. Pahner and o'rs and Elizb. Clerk, wid. of Clerk, 
mercht. of Lond., one part, and John Jollife and Will. Jolly of London, 
merch'ts of London, of the other part. 
„ „ 2 Geo. I. 12 pt. Su- William JollifEe per A-abella Clark, wid. 
„ ,, 1657. Barney Morden 1st part. Tho. Jolley of Easton, Worcester, Esq., John 
Jolliffe, citizen mercht. of London, James Wainwright, cit. and haber- 
dasher of Lond., and Will. Jolley of Ligorne in Italy beyond seas, mercht. 
Land in Great Woodstock St., p'ish of St. Michael's. 
„ „ 2 Chas. I. pt. 10. John Jowle of Gray's Inn, co. Mid., gent., land in Kent. 
„ ,, 1658. Era. Drake, of Walton on Thames, ar., before his Highness Rich. Lo. 
Protect, of the Commonw., acknowledgeth himself to owe unto George 
JoylifEe, of ye city of London, Doct. of Physic, £2800. 
„ „ 7 Ed. VI. 2d pt. Int. Reve. Cotton and John Joll geuerosus, and Clemence 
ux. Ampthill in Bedfordsh., etc. 
Pcd. fin. 17 Elizb. Easter, Cornw. Will. JoUyife al's Jollow q. Degory Beare gen. def. ten. 

in Penpole & Lesnewth. 
Jno. Jollowe & Wm. Trebarfoot q. Ric. Cleverton def. 

ten't in Cleverton Bradworthy. 
Degory Jollyffe gen. q. Jno. Harrys gen. def. ten. East 

Dowuend and Egloskeriy. 
Degory Jollyffe gen. qu. Jno. Pearse def. tent, in N. 

Huish. 
Jno. Jollowe gen. q. Tho. Vigurs gen. def. 400 acres 

in West Putford, Monk Okehampton, etc. 
Nich. Jollowe q. Walter Cottell, Moorwynstow. 
Nich. JolyfiEe & al. q. Edw. Dassell gen. & Margt. 
Dassel wid. def. about 500 acres Egloskerry, etc., 
& St. Stephens. 



„ „ 31 & 32 Elizb. 


Mich 


, Dev. 


„ „ 32 & 33 Elizb. 


Mich. 


Com 


„ „ 33 k 34 Elizb. 


Mich. 


Corn 


„ „ 36 Elizb. 


East., 


Dev. 


„ ,. 37 Elizb. 
„ „ 38 Elizb. 


East., 
Trin., 


Corn. 
Corn. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

IB 



107 



Degorie Joliff=Margaret Da. of Burden iuxta 
of Tredidon Biddiford relicta NicoUs 



Nich. Joliflfe de Tredidon in Com. Cornw.==EIizab. Da. of Tho. Risdon of Bablish 



Peter Joliffe=-Anna fil. Rici 



de Tredidon 



Spoure de 
Northill 



Grace mar. to Nic. ^Mary wife of Nich. 
Mayow of Minhin- Rutter of Costentin 
net in Cornwall 



Elizab. fil. primogenita ast. 6 septimanes 

PETER JOLLYFE. 



^ Nich., s. of Eic. Rutter, Vicar of Constantino, and Mary, da. of Nic. JolifEe of p'ish St. 
Thomas, Esquire, mar. 10 Feb., 1619. Constantine Par. Eeg. 

Fed. fin. 44 Elizb. East., Dev. Nic. Jolifl gen. q. Hy. Spore & al. def. in Bridge & Knell, 

2 James. Mich. Nich. JollifEe q. Tremlet def. lands in Krabrill. 

Mich., Corn. Wm. JoUye, clerk, q. Humph. Kemp ar. & al. def. 

Man. de Pencorse & lands in Bossiney, Cubert, 

Breock, Enoder, etc. 
Mich., Dev. Nich. Jollyfie gen. q. Eic. Westlake & Xtn ux. def. 

land in Pyworthy. 
Dorset. Humphry Jollif gen. & al. q. Wm. Holmes def. lands 

in Weymouth & Melcombe Regis. 
East., Corn. Jno. Rawle gen. qu. & Wm. JoUe & Mary ux. def. lands 

in St. Juliott. 
East., Corn. Wm. Jolle q. Emanuel Langford ar. def. lands in 

Alternon. 
East., Dev. Nich. Prideaux mil. q. Peter JoUiffe gen. & Anna ux. 

def. 200 acr. land & 40/ rents in Bradworthie. 
East., Dev. Geo. Small q. Peter JollifEe gen. def. ten. in Blacktor- 

rington. 
Trin., Corn. W. Rous ar. q. Wm. Jolly clerk & al. def. Manor of 

Pencorse, etc. 
Trin., Corn. W. Jolley q. Ina Vivian wid, def. lands in Werrestone 

Aliscomb, etc. 
Jno. Seymour & al. q. Peter Jolliffe gen. def. lands iu 

Downheved. 
Mich., Dev, Tho. Burnevy gen. q. Peter JollifEe gen. & al. def. lands 

in Devon. 
Mich., Dev, Geo. Uglow q. Peter JollifEe gen, def, Pyworthy, 

Bridgerule, etc. 
Mich., Dev. Wm. Rous ar. W. Courteney gen. q. Wm. Jolley clerk 

Joseph Jolly gen. & Johan ux. &or. def. Pencorse, etc. 
Mich., Corn. Nich. Jolly & al. q. Geo. Smyth ar. def. lands in Pad- 

stow, etc. 
East., Dev. Henry Spoure ar. Peter JollifEe ar. q. Wm. Mallettdef. 

lands in Idderlegh, Monk Okehampton. 
Trin., Com. Benj. Jolly gen. q. Tho. Webb & al. def. land in Launcells 

Mich., Corn. Spoore vid. q. Joseph Jollye & al. in Penryn Burrough. 

Hill., Comw. Sam. Kekewich ar. q. W. Jolley gen. def. lands in 

Kenwyn. 
(The name Joll is in Kenwyn Par. Reg.) 
Trin., Corn. Arthur Fortescue ar. q.Wm. Jolley senr. gen. & Anne ux, 

Wm. Jolley jun. gen. def. St. Enoder, etc. 
Hill., Corn. Nich. Jeffery q. Peter Joll and Willm. Joll def. lands in 

Tredawle, Austell, Alternon, & Foy Moor. 
Mich. Eob. Couch q. Leonard Joll & Joan ux. def. land in 

Trewynt Alternon. 
Cath. Joll al's Jolly bur. 7 Dec, 1731. Landewednack Par. Eeg, 

Inq. Nonar, 15 E. III. De nona garb veil, et agn. pooh. Ecclie de Alternon etc, vend. Johi 
Xolla etc. 



9 James. 



10 James. 
13 James. 



16 James, 
16 James, 



20 James. 
1 Cha, 



1 Cha. 
1 Cha, 



2 Cha. 

2 Cha. 

2 Cha. 

11 Chas. 

24 Chas. I. 

24 Chas. II. 
24 Chas. II. 
28-29 Chas.II. 



4 Jas. II. 
1653. 



1655, 



108 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Hope. 



Rog. Jope of Meryfeild in Sfcokechyinsland in Cornwall=Jane Da. of Collyn 



I I II 

Rog. 2 sone mar. Da. of Henrie ob. sine prole Samson 3 ) , • ,-, 
of CoUjTi of Stoke Raphe 4 / ^^- ^'°^ 1' ^^ 



i I II, 

0. Jope of=T=Katherin Da. of Jo. Rich. 5 sone mar, Antho. 6 sone Jone ux 

Merifeild Tremouth of Stoke- Da. of Jo. Collin mar. Da. of Barber of 

sone & heyre clymsland of Stoke Ducket Lesnenth 



Rog. Jope John Jope of Merifeild = Mary Da. of Jo. Kath' ux' 1 Edw. Poulsewe 
Gierke in Com. Cornwall Glanvill of Lan- of Mevegesy 2 to Jonathan 

ceston Grosse of Morewinstowe 

JOHN JOPE. 



Arms. — Shield of six quarterings : — 1 and 6. Kekewich. Art/. 2 lions pass, in betid 
Sa. heiiv. 2 cotises Gu. 2. Arg. 3 Mrs gcmels Gu. 3. Tolkarne. Or on a 
/esse betw. 3 Cornish choughs prop, a garb betiv. 2 cross-crosslets fitchc of the 
first. 4, Bardfield. Arg. on a bend Az. 3 fieurs-de-lis Or. 5. Quarterly 
Or and Gu. on a bordure Sa. 8 escallops Arg. 

Crest. — A leopard's head and neck affrontee Sa. 

p' Rob. Cooke. 

Geo. Ketchwichi of Ketchfrench=Katherin Da. of Edw. 
in Com. Cornwall Esq. I Courtney of Lanrack 

I ^ 

' Ob. 26 June, 23 Eliz. Inq. p. m. 2i Eliz., 2 part, No. 13. George Keckwych, son & heir. 

* Jno. Jope and Jlrs. Ann Courteney were mar. 1772. Buckland Jlon. Devon Par. Reg. 
Margaret, dau. of John Jope, Glover, bap. 5 Aug., 1623. ^ 
Joane, ., „ geut. ,, 2 Nov., 1623. 

Mary, „ „ „ „ 10 April, 1625. I Stoke Climsland. (J. BI.) 

Thomaz.ine, wife of George Jope, Sen. bur. 16 April, 1625. | 
Fortige ? son of John Jope, „ 6 Feb., „ j 

Robert Jope of ... . and Catherine Trigges (daughter of the Rector), mar. 3 May, 1706. 

Warleggan. (J. M.) 

Peter Lower of Treloske, co. Cornwall, and Thomas Lower, son and heir apparent of the 

said Peter, by deed dated 1 Jan., 1617, granted to Edward Reede of Wenbury, co. Devon, gent., 

and John Jope of Launcestou, gent., a lease of certain lands in Alternon, etc., for the term of 99 

years. Deed in the Collection of Sir John Maclean. 

Ped. fin. Cornwall 2 Hen. IV., No. 5. Int. John Jope, brother of Nicholas Bokelly. qu, 
Nicholas Bokelly and Alice his wife, def. in Tregorthiau. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 109 
|A 

MM I Mil 

John 2 Edward 4 ^Geo, Kekwich of=Blanch Da. of S'" Katherin 1 Mary 4 



— Ketchfrench in 

Peter 3 Fraun. 5 Com. Cornw. 



Fran. Godolphin 

ofGodolphin Grace 2 Marg*5 

^ Anne 3 



John Kekswich sone & heire Willm Kekwich of Ketch-= Jane Da. of W"' Code 



mar. Sara Da. of Orwell ob. french in Cornwall liveing 
sine prole 1620 Esq. 



of Morvale in Corn- 
wall Esq. 



Willm 2 sone at. 2 Geo. sone & hey. at. 6 1620 1. Lovedey 2. Sare at. 

at. 4 5 yeare 

* WILLIAM KEKEWICH. 



Umlrall 

Nicholas KendalF of Pelyn in Com. Cornwall=f=Loveday 1 Da. to John Kelow 



Rich Kendall 3 sonne Walter Kendall sonne Willm Kendall=f=Temperance Da. of 



Nicholas Kendall 



& hey. of Pelyn mar. of Lostwithiell 

Agnes 2 Da. of John 

Bovele 



WiUm Waye of 
Lestidiall 



Phillippa Walter 2 
ob. s. p. son ob. 
s. p. 



Loveday mar. to Reskimer 
Bonithon of Bonithon in 
Cury in Com. Cornwall et 
nunc vicecom. Cornwall 



Thomas Kendall= 
of Pelene in Ty- 
wardreth in 
Cornwall 

A 



^Elizab. Da. of 
ArthurArscott 
of Titcott in 
Com. Devon 



1 Aged 24 years and more 26 June, 23 Eliz. 

2 She mar. Oliver Clobery. See 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 60. 

* Edward Ketchwich of Trethanke, mar. Jane, da. of John Coode of Morval. See Coode 
ped. ante. 
Peter Kekewich, gent., and Mrs. Euth Williams, mar. 20 Ap. 1713. > 

Peter, son of Peter Kekewich, gent., and Kuth, bap. 1714. Lanteglos by Fowey 

Mrs. Euth Kekewich, bur. 1726. Par. Eeg. 

Peter Kekewich of Hall, Esq., „ 16 Aug. 1728. j 

Mr. Peter Kekewich of Lanteglos, and Mrs. Eebecca Williams, mar. 1741. Duloe Par. Eeg. 

. 3 Inq. p. m. Walter Kendall of Pellyn 1 Ed. VI. No. 6. Nicholas, son and heir, set. 36 et 
amp. ; Lawrence Kendall, father of said Walter, 



110 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Al 



Walter Kendall fil. 
et heres astat. 12 
annoru' 1620 



I 
* Thomas 
Kendall 
2 fil. ^t. 11 



Thomazin 
ajt. 9 



Elizab. 2 fil. 
^t. 8 



Mary 3 fil. Honor 4 
Eet. 5 fil. lann. 



WALTER ALLYN 

For Mr. KENDALL. 



• Bapt. 13 Aug. 1609, at Tywardreth. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

* Avis, da. of Walter Kendall, gent. bap. 1609. 
Lawrence, son of Lawrence Kendall, gent. ,, 9 Oct. 1609. 
James, ,, „ „ 1612. 
Jane, da. of ,, „ 1613. , 

1614.1 
10 June, 1616. 



Anthony in Meneage 
Par. Eee:. 



William, 

Lawrence Kendall and Furnifell Pollo%vyn, mar. 28 Dec. 1659. St. Colomb Major Par. Peg. 

Roger, son of Roger Kendall, bap. 1650. | St. Sampsons and Gollant Par. Reg. 

Sampson, „ ,, „ 1652. 3 at Tywardreath. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Kendall, bur. 1644. ") rn ^„_i^„+i, p„v Ron- 

Roger Kendall and Elizb. Vanson were mar. 1660. ) -lywarareui rai. neg. 

Anne, wife of Mr. Walter Kendall, bur. 1661. Truro Par. Reg. 

Jane, da. of Tho. Kendle, bap. 21 Sept. 1628. 

Mary, „ Tho. Kendall and Jone, „ 1636. 

Geo., son of Thos. Kennall, „ 1638. ) St. Pmnock Par. Reg. 

Anne, da. of Thos. Kendall, „ 1641. 

Francis, son of „ biu". 4 Jan. 1640., 

Walter, son of John Kendall and Emeline, bap. 1626. N 

Walter Kendall, Esq., and Jone Carew, his wife, were married to- 
gether the 17 July, 1650. in the Parish Church of St. Minver, by 
me William Collyer, Vicar of Lanlivery. 

Nich. Kendall, gen. et Emlina, uxor ejus, mar. 1623. 

Nich. Kendall, Vic. of Lanlivery, and Jane, da. of Tho. Carew, of 

Harroboro, Esq. deed, were mar. 14 Oct. by the Right Rev. Father | Lanlivery Par. Reg. 
in God Jonathan (Trelawncy), Lo. Bishop of Bristol, 1684. 

About this time (22 July, 1697), ye price of corn arose in ye marketts 
hereabouts : wheat to 35s. ye b's, barley to 24s., and oats 
to 12s. at 21 gallons to ye b's, which I sett down here as a thing 
never known before, and I hope never will be more. Nich. 
Kendall, Vic. J 

Ric, son of Nich. Kendall, gent. bap. 19 Mar. 1608.\ 

Walter, „ „ bapt. 1610. 

John, „ ., „ 1613. 

Nich., „ „ „ 1617. 

Willm., „ „ „ 1622. 

Loveday and Amyc, daus. of Nich. Kendall, ,, 1626. 

Walter, son of Nich. Kendall, Esq., and Marie, „ 1630. 

Ric, „ Ric. Kendall, gent., and Anne, „ 1655. 

Tlio., „ „ „ „ 1657. 



Nic. Kendall and Marie, 
Alison Kendall, gent., 
Ric. Kendall, gent., 

Will. Kendall, gent., .. 1640. 

Nich. Kendall, Esq., „ 21 Sept. 1649. 

Ric. Kendall, gent., „ 26 May, 1655. 

BIrs. Amy Kendall, „ 1656. 

Mrs. Marie Kendall, widow, „ 1666. 

Thos. son of Ric. Kendall, gent., „ 1673. 

Ric. ,, John Kendall, gent., „ 1679. . 

Ric. Kendall, gent., „ 1695./ 

Ric, son of Tho. Kendall, gent., bap. 1603.) 

Tho., ,, John Kendall, gent., ,, 1628. 

Tho., „ Mr. Ric. K., gent., „ 1637. ) 

Walter, „ Walter K. and Agnes, „ 1662. 1 

Hie, Kendall and Philippa Treddennick, mar, 1635.] 



mar. 24 May, 1608. \t ,,. „ r. „ 
1620. 



Morval Par. Reg, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Ill 



^ Nicho. Kendall of Pelyn in Com. Cornwall=j=Loveday Da. of Jo. Kellowe^ of Lansells 



III 1 

sWalt' 1 sone of W™ 2 sone mar. Rich. Kendall of Medrose=Kath' * Da. & hey. 



Pelyn mar. Agnes Tempance Da. in Cornwall liveing 1620. 
2da.of Jo.Bevill ofW™Wayeof Alie Da. of Hughe Bas- 
of Mellydar Listidiall coyne in Cornw. 2 wife 



of Tho. Trewolley 
of Trewolley 



Nicho. Kendall sone & atat.=Mary Da. & Coheyre of John Trehayne 
37 liveinge 1620 I of Trehayne in Cornwall 



Rich, sone & heyre Walt' 2 John 3 Nicho. 4 Katherine a da. at. 6. 1620. 
at. 11. 1620 



NICHOLAS KENDALL. 



^ Inq. p. m. 35 Eliz., 1 part, No. 52. Walter Kendall, son and heir. 

2 Killiowe of Lansalloes. 

3 ^t. 40, 35 Eliz. His da. Jane mar. Nich. Glinn of Glinn. See ped. ante. Phillipa mar. 
Eich. Mlchell of Bodmin. See ped. post. And Loveday (or Leodia) mar. Will. Coode of Morval. 
See ped. ante. 

■* In Chancery Proceedings, 9 April, 1583, Eliz. K. k. 2. No. 33. Eich. Kendall and Katherine 
his wife v. John Trewolla, she is called the dau. and hey. of Wm. Trewolla and great grand- 
daughter of Eich. Trewhilla. See also Trewolla Ped.j?osi. 

* Tho. Kendall and Grace Eobins, mar. 1657. 

Edw. Kendall and Philippa Crago, „ 1675. 

Tho. Kendall, Esq., bur. 1600. 

Mary, wife of Mr. John Kendall, „ 1637. \ Morval Par. Eeg. 

Tho. K. of Cutparrot, Esq., „ 27 Oct. 1638. 

John Kendall of Treworgj, Esq., „ 12 Jan. 1640. 

Tho. Kendall, gent., Mearchant, „ 1676. 

Mary, dau. of Thomas Kendall, Esq., bap. 11 Jan. 1614. Tywardreth. \ 

Jane, dau. of Nicholas Kendall, gent., and Emeline, bap. 12 Oct. 1624. Lanlivery. 
Jane, dau. of Walter Kendall, gent., bur. 23 Oct. 1683. ) t 4. vi,- i 
Margaret Kendall, „ 16 July, 1696. ] ^«'*'^'*^'^^- 

William, son of Nicholas Kendall, bap. 1687. St. Cleer. 
Jane, dau. of William Kendall, bap. 1567. l 

Nicholas Kendall, son of Thomas Kendall and 

his wife Jone, ,, 4 May, 1636. ) St. Pinnock. 

Mary, dau. of Thomas Kendall, bur. 10 April, 1632 



Jone Kendall, 
Alice, dau. of Thomas Kendall, 
Elyal Kendall and Elizabeth Borlase, 
William, son of Nicholas Kendall, Esq., 
Capt. Kendall of Lostwithiel, (killed in a battle 
between the Eoyalists and Parliamentarians, 
fought in or near Bodmin, on or about 16 May, 
1643. See ' History of Trigg Minor,' vol. i. 
p. 222) 



1643. J 
bap. 1600.^ 

mar. 22 Oct. 1699. 
bur. 1G04. 



1643.7 



(J.M.) 



' Bodmin. 



Gualter Kendall, Esq., and Joane Carew were mar. 17 July, 1650. St. Miniver. 



I 



_ John Kendall of Treworgey, Esq., was tnistee named in settlement after marriage, dated 
2 April, 1668, of John Anstis of Luna, and Mary, daughter and coheir of George Smith, which 
John Anstis and Mary were the parents of John Anstis, Garter King of Arms, the first of that 
name. Deed in the Collection of Sir John Maclean. 



112 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



l^tnUalL 



Rich. Kendall in Com. Cornwall Ar.=pAlice 2 Da. of John Rowe 

I 

2 I 1 

Elizb. Da. of Bryan =Tho. Kendall of Treworgie=j=Joane Da. of 
Fantlerov in Com. Cornw. Ar. | Ric. Movie 



Rich. 1 sone mar. Tho. Kendall of=j=Dorothie Da. & hey. Elizb. 1 Alice 3 



^Marg'^Da. of Fran. Treworgie in 
Buller Esq. ob. sine Com. Cornwall 
prole Ar.liveingel620 



of Tho. Cosworth 

of Cosworth in Constance 2 Marg* 4 

Cornwall 



John sone & hey. -Rich, sone atat. 16. 1620 Thomas 3 sone atat. 14. 1620. 
at. 19. 1620 

THOMAS KENDALL. 



Sciant j/sentes et futuri q'^ ego Willm's de Kestell fil. et heres Johis de Kestell, 
dedi concessi et hac p^'senti carta mea confirmavi Joh'i filio meo primogenito et 
legittimo, &c. Dat' apud Kestell die Johis prox post festu' apluru' Petri et Pawli 
A° Regni Regis Edwardi tertij post conquestu' Anglia? 25. 

Sciant p''sentes et futuri q** ego Joh'a Cammes filia Nici Russell et Heres Andrei 
f'ris mei dedi concessi et hac p''sent' carta mea confirmavi Petro de Kestell et 
Melior ux' sue una in Villa de Eggosheil. Hijs testibus Laurenc. de Arundell, 

' She afterwards mar. Sii- Thos. Houywood of Kent. See Buller Pedigree ante. 
2 Bapt. 1603. Morval Par. Reg. 

* Ped. fin. Cornw. 40 Edw. III. No. 2. Int. Juo. de Kendale, qu. John Dubber of Bodmyn 
and Merauld his wife. def. Bridgend juxta Lostwithiell. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 40 Ed. III. No. 7. Int. Rich, de Kendale, qu. Walter Mayou, Junior, and 
Cecilia his wife, def. In Penquyt and Middelonde. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 18 Rich. II. No. 3. Int. Robert Kendall, qu. Michael Bettowe and Margery 
his wife, def. In Cayrowe and Porghol. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 6 Hen. VI. No. 1. Int. Stephen Kendall and Cristiana his wife, qu. Rich. 
Beate, def. In Lostwithiel, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 6 Hen. VI. No. 3. Int. Thos. Kendale .and Matilda his wife, qu. Will. Tre- 
wenhelek, def. Tregantallan, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 16 Hen. VI. No. 2. Int. Stephen Kendall and Cristiana his wife, qu. John 
Malerbe and Cristiana his wife, def. Penquyt, Treworgey, etc. 

Rich. Kendale, gen. of Treworgy v. Rich. Mareys and o'rs, in a plea of lands. De Banco 
Roll, 50 Edw. III., Hill., m. 139. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 28 Eliz. Int. Walter and William Kendall, qu. Francis Courtney and Philipa 
his wife, Nich., Rich., and Maria Courtney, and o'rs, def. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 113 

Rico de Crowan, Johe de Kestell, Luck de Trenant, Nicho Trenchard et alijs. 
Dat' apud Egglosheil die Lune prox' post festu' S'ci Vincencij Anno Regni regis 
Edwardi 34. 

Seal with Arms. — Two greijhounds ramp, combatant, on a chief three escallops. 

Sciant p'sentes et fiituri q'' Ego Willmo de Kestell dedi concessi et hac p''senti 
carta confirmavi Johi filio Galfridi de Eglesseil, &c. hijs testibus Walt' Lap, 
Rico de Orowan, Johi Beorust et alijs. Sans Dat. 

Seal with Arms. — A chevron letio. three birds. 

Sciant presentes et futuri q"* ego Joh'es Kestell iilius et heres Willmi Kestell 
dedi concessi et hac p''senti carta mea indentata confirmavi Joh'i filio meo unu' 
messuagiu' et totam terram meam cum omnibus suis pertin' in Villa de Trenart &c, 
hijs testibus Rob'to Post, Phillip Trevegan et alijs. Dat' apud Kestell die Lune 
prox' ante festu' S'ci Mich'is Archangli anno regni regis Rici Secundi 15. 

Sciant presentes et futuri q*^ Ego Ric'us Crowan dedi concessi et hac present! 
carta mea confirmavi Joh'i de Kestell in libero maritagio cu' Margeria filia mea 
totam terram meam in Pennaguinnell cum omnibus libertatibus d'ci terre spectan- 
tibus habend. predicti Johi et Margerie et heredibus de corporibus eorundem &c. 
Hijs testibj Rog' Tregiethenek, Johi Billion de Eglosheil, Willo Francis et alijs. 
Dat' apud Eglesheile die lune prox' post festu' S'ti Lawrencij a" Regni Regis Ed'ri 
filij Regis Edwardi quint' et a" D'ni 1311. 

William Kestell made a deed of Kestell to his son John then Lo. of Kestell=f= 



John Kestell fil. et Heres=j= Alicia fil. Willmi de Egglosheill 



Petrus Kestell fil. et heres temp. E. I.=j=Meliara fil. Joh'is Oammes 



John Kestell fil. et heres temp. E. II.==Margerie Da. of Rich, de Crowan 



Willms Kestell fil. et hseres Joh. temp. E. III.=AHcia fil. Joh'is Trenant 



John Kestell fil. et heres=f=Margaret Da. of Lawrence 
de Kestell temp. H. IV. I Penvrane 



John Kestell de Kestell=Johanna fil. et unica hasres 
temp. H. VL I Nicholaij Golopin 



Simon Kestell 4 son mar. Jane Da. John Kestell de Kes-==Margaret fil. et Coh. 



of Rich. Boturnell temp. E. IV. tell temp. E. IV. 



Rici Billyon de Tre- 
vourder Esq. 

B 

Q 



114 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

|A * ^1 B 



Agneta 



Thomas Kestell 
filius et hferes 



James Kestell de Kestell=Elizab. Da. of Robert 
temp. H. VII. Tredenick 



Johes Kestell fil. et Willms Alison 
heres mar. Da. of 2 filius filia 
Marat al's Treludders Thomte 



^ John Kestell de= 
Kestell temp. 
H.VIII. 



=Jackett Da. of John 
Coffin of Porthledg Esq. 
in Com. Devon 



Robt Kestell 3 
fil. mar. Jone 
BillinofEcclo- 
sey in Corn. 



John Kestell==Anne Da. of 



de Kestell 
temp. Eliz. 



John Vivian 
of Trelawar- 
ren Esq. 



Richard 
2 fil. 
ob. s. p. 



1. Francis James 



2. Thomas 



3. Elizab. 



Thomas Kestell de=Dorothy Da. of Tredineck 
Kestell fil. et hteres in com. Cornwall 



Haniball Kestell fil, 
et heres ^etat. 14 



John 2 fil. 
ffit. 12 



3. Charles 8 4. Thomas 5 



Filia 
nnica 



Willm fil. 2 de Boturnell mar. 
Alice Da. of Edgcome 



2 Thomas Kestell=. 
de Bodman r 



Da. & hey. of Luky who 
Blanch Da. of W'" Rouse 



Thomas fil. et lieres 
mar. Da. of Trevill 



I 
Walter Kestell de Boke-=Margaret Da. & hey. of John 



dock in Lanevit 



Forde of Eg-loshale in Com. 
Cornwall 



Jane mar. to Tho. 
Kent of Dinham 

Thomazinmar.to 
John Pierse of 
Cornwall 



Willm 3 son unmaried 
in the Netherlands 

Ri chord mar. to John 
Warren of Cornwall 



Anthonie ob. s. p. Thomas=Francis Da. 



Walter 2 son 
mar. Jane Da. of 
John Newton 



Kestell 
de Pen- 
devy in 
Com. 
Corn- 
wall 



of John 
Harris of 
Landrest in 
Com. Corn- 
wall 



John Kestell fil. et hajres a^t. 20 
annoru' nunc in Oxonia 1620 



THOMAS KESTELL. 



Frances fil. uniea 
£etat. 21 

THOMAS KESTELL. 



1 He had also a da. Jaquet mar. to Rob. Beare of Borlawren. See Bcrc ped., ante. 

2 His da. Anstice mar. Christopher Worthevale. See Worthcvale i^ed., jx^t. 

* Thomas, son of Thomas Kestell, Esq., b.ap. 14 March. 1612, at Egloshaile. j p . F^^eter's 
Eliz.ib.,da. of John Kestell of Trethannicke, bap. 27 Dec., 1612 ., r TrqiKiorirts 

Hugh, son of NichoLis Kestell, bapt. 26 Feb., 1597, at St. Just ) ii.tii&ciii-is. 

Philippa, da. of Juo. Kestell, gentleman, bap. 1580. Mawgan in Men. Par. Reg. 
William Yyvi.in and Phillipa Kestell mar. 13 Jan., 1616. St. Austle Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Walter Kestle filius et h^res=pMargt da. of Robert Vivyon 



115 



Edward Kestle of Kestle=pJane Da. of John Tripconny 
in Com. Cornwall I of Gulver 



Walter 2 son mar. James Kestell of Kestle=f=Avis Da. of John Sibbell iix. Tho. 



Elizab, da. Ally in in Com. Cornwall live- 
Devon ing 120 [s^■f] 



Rashley of Foy 
in com. Cornw. 



iCrnsewofMabe 
in com.Cornwall 



1. Edward ajt. 30 Avis Walter filius=Temprance l.Maryux. 3 Phillip 4.Alice 



2. James set. 20. 
S.Willmajt. 18 



a da. et haeres ast. 
30 liveing 
1620 



da. of An- Henry ux. 

thony Che- Chenoweth Tho. 

nower^ — Ed- 

2. Elizab. wards 

ux. Tho. 

Somer 



5. Pre- 
cilla 



James filius et hseres set. 4 1. Grace^ 



2. Avis* 
JAMES KESTELL. 



1 " Camsewe" is written above this, but a pen has been drawn through it by the Herald. 

'^ Chenoweth. See ped., ante. 

3 Bapt. 29 Oct., 1612, at St. Martin in Meneage. | g ^ Exeter's Transcripts. 

■i Bapt. 6 Nov., 1615, „ » 3 ^ 

* Avis, da. of Walter Kestell, gent., bap. 1609. Anthony in Meneage Par. Reg. 

Janet, wife of John Kestell, bur. at Constantine 14 Aug., 1597.^ 

John Kestell al's Pengwin bur. „ 7 Nov., 1598. I Bp. of Exeter's Tran- 

Edw. Coade of Breage and Jane, da. of Wm. Kestell, mar. 30 f scripts. 

Ap., 1599, at St. Pinnock. J 

Alice, da. of James Kestell, gent., bap. 1577. Fowey Par. Reg. 

Will. Kestell & Johanna Roe mar. 11 Aug., 1613. . 

Edward Kestell & Johanna Averie mar. 16 Sept., 1599. 

Elizab., da. of Edward Kestell, bap. 10 July, 1604. 



) Truro Par. Reg. 



John, son „ „ „ 28 June, 1607. 

Grace, da. „ „ „ 18 Dec, 1608. 

Januaria, da. „ ., „ 17 Dec, 1609. 

Sara, da. „ „ „ 26 Feb., 1611. 

Anna, da. Edward Castell ,, 19 April, 1612. 

Frances, da. Edward Kestell „ 25 Sept., 1614. 

Henry, son Edward Castell „ 30 June, I6I7. 

Peter, son of Edward Kestle & 

Judith his wife „ 8 Feb., 1630. 

John Kestell, Esq., bur. 1718. Manaccan Par. Reg. 

Hugh Prust, gent., & Ann Kestill, wid., mar. 30 Sep. 1589. Poughill. 

Walter Kestell, Esq., & Temperance his wife, mar. 14 Sept. 1610. "^ Manaccan 

Ann, dau. of Walter Kestell, gent., bap. 20 July, 1628. ) i . •, \ /t ht n 

Pentecost, dau. of Trevenard Kestell & Agnes his w., bap. 30 Jan. 1630. Lostwithiel. ; (J . M.) 

Mrs. Mary Kestell bur. 28 Dec. 1694. Fowey. 

Leonard Yeo, gent., of North Petherwin & Margaret Kestell, mar. 18 Feby. 1670. 

Lanreath. . ,, ri n 

The pedigree of Kestell of Kestell in Egloshayle has recently been registered in the College 
of Arms down to the present time, and has been printed, vrith Extensions and Evidences, m Sir 
John Maclean's ' History of Trigg Minor.' Sir John has pointed out that two descents have been 
omitted in the old pedigree, between Rich. II. and Edw. IV. See ' Hist, of Trigg Minor,' vol. 1. 
pp. 455-462. The Right Rev. Robert Kestell Kestell- Cornish, Missionary Bishop for Madagascar, 
is the present representative of this ancient family. 



116 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



mm. 

Willm Ketc of Hugborne in Com, Bei'kes=pDa. of Angers 



Edward Kete of= Jane Da. of Doe John Kete of Chekington=Da. of Oglethorp 



Lockage in Com. 
Berks's fil. 



in Com. Berks in Com. Berks first sonn 



1. Edward first sonne 2. AYillm 



in Com. Berks 



Fi'ancis de Medio 
Templo London 



2 filij 



Raphe Kete of "Whad-=Aune Da. of Clarke Hugh Kete of Hugborne in Com. Berks 



don prope Saru' in 
in Com. Wilts 2 fil. 



of Arriugton in 
Com. Berks 



Hugh fil. Hugonis 



Raphe Kete of St. Colomb=Anne Da. of W'" Arscott of Willm 2 sonne= 
Holsworthy in Com. Devon de Heldrop in 
1 wife who mar. Julyan Da. Com. Wilts 
of W'" Hender of Botriux 
Castell 



in Com. Cornwall Sepho- 
ronia Da. of Colman et 
relict Petri Beare ux. 2 



=Da. of 



Gilbert p' 2 
uxorem fet. 
3 annoru' 



I Ml 

Rebecca mar. to 2. Elizab. Willm fil. 
Geo. Beare sonne — et heres 

of Peter Beare de 3. Anna a^t. 20 
Ervin in Com. 
Cornwall 



John Kete 2 2Chil- 
fil. a3tat. 17 dren 

Raphe 3 fil. 
fetat. 8 



John 3 son of Enodor in Com. Corn- 
wall mar. the Da. of Coquit of Foy 



Gilbert 4 son mar. Jone Da. of Troblefeild 
of Kirton in Devon & hath issue 



Willm 1 sone £et. 15 



George 2 sone tet. 13 



I I i 

3 Children 

RALPHE KETE. 



Sara, da. of Ralph Kete, was second wife to Rich. Bossawsack. 
Edward Ashe, gent., and Anne Kete, mar. 8 June, 1631. \ 
William, son of William Kcet, gent., bap. 1625. 

Ann, wife of Ralph Keat, gent. bur. 10 Nov., 1614. 

John Keat, „ 1654. 

John, son of John Keat. „ 6 April, 1658. 

Owen Keat, „ 24 Nov. 1659. 

William Keat, gent. „ 1 May. 1667. 

Ralph Kcate, gent., „ 12 Mar. 1670. 

Grace Koate, widow, „ 16 July. 1685. 

Philip Kcate, „ 26 June, 1688. 

Jane Keatc, widow, „ 28 April, 1699. 

Anne, wife of Rob. Keate, gent. bur. 1 Feb. 1676. 



Sec ped. ante. 



St. Columb Major. (J. JI.) 



St. Columb Minor. (J. M.) 
[^Xote continued on next £age. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 117 



l&npbett. 



S"" Thomas Knevit of Ashwell=j=. ... da. & heire of the 
thorp in Com. Norff. I Lord Berners 



Thomas Knyvit of Ashwell Thorp. Henry Knyvet==j=Mary da. of 
eldest sonne= 2 sonne I Wolverston 



Henry Knyvet^ of Rosemeryn in Com. Cornub.=j=Mary da. of John Crocker of Lynam 



Mary wife Thomas Thomas Knyvet=pElyn da. of Sara wife to Frances wife to 



Whitfeld of Rosemeryn 

living 1620 



Rich. For- Robert Kemp Robt. Ingram 
ster of ... . of Roscarrock 



I I I J 

Henry sonne & heir getat. 14 annoru' 1620 Thomas^ 2 set. 3 Barbara 1 Ann 2 

THO. KNYVETT. 



Thomas Killiowe of Lansallos=p Jone ^ Da. of Ric. Trehake 
in Com. Cornw. of St. Blassye 



John Killiowe^ of Lansallos=f=Anne Da. of S'' Hugh Trevanion of Gary Hayes 
\ 

I Hercules 2 Willm. 3 Charles 4 Thomas 5 Reynell 6 Sibell ux' Ro. NicoUs 
I of S* Kue in Cornwall 

!a 

(^Note conthined.) 

Barzillai, son of Eobt. Keatc, bap. 16 April, 1667. n 

John, son of Barzillai Keate, and Grace his w. „ 2 April, 1687. 

Will'm „ „ „ „ 5 Mar. 1688. 

Grace, da. of „ „ „ 24 Mar. 1600. 1 Tintagel. 

Robert, son of „ „ „ 27 Mar. 1691. / (J. M.) 

Mary, da. of „ „ „ 1697. 

Thomasine, wife of John Keat of St. Tcath, bur. 7 Mar. 1651. 
Grace, wife of Robert Keat, „ 17 April, 1667. j 

' Bur. at Budock, 1617. ) tj t t^ ,. ^ t • t 

2 Bapt. at Budock, 1617. ) ^P" °^ ^^^*"" ' Transcripts. 

* Thos., son of Mr. Thos. Knyvett, bur. 1662. ^ 

Joan, wife of Henry Knyvett, „ 1669. g^^^^ j^ p^^^_ ^ 
Henry Knyvett, gent., „ 16^ 1./ ° 

Mrs. Barbara Knyvett, „ 1676. j 

3 Bur, 10 March, 1604. * Bur. 3 April, 1602. Lansalloes Par. Reg. 



118 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OE CORNWALL. 



John Killiowe Sonne & heyre=j=Anne Da. of Tho. Ken- Anne^ ux' Phillip Jane 
of Lansallos liveinsr 1620 I dall of Treworsrie Tinkcomb unmar. 



Fran. 2 Rich. 4 John sons & heire Thomas 6 Elizab. a da. 

— — at. -l-l, 1620 — atat, 15 

Hen.2 3 Oliy' 5 Charles 7 

F me JOHANXE KYLLYOWE. 



' Mr. Philip Tingcombe and Mrs. Anne Killiow, mar. Nov. 1616. ') -c ,, r. r. 
"- Bap. 13 June, 1G02. \ Lansalloes Par. Peg. 



ba 



* Mr. Jno. Tippett and Florence Killowe mar. at St. Wenn 22 June, 1609 
Transcripts. 
Mr. Thos. Secom and Mistress Ann Kyllow, mar. 11 April, 1656 
W™ Killiow, gent., and Mrs. Joane Ti-ejeagow, mar. 9 Feb. 1619. \ 
Mr. Oliver Killiow and Mrs. Sibilla Killiow, „ Jan. 1655 
Richard Killiow and Mary Cock, 
Will., sou of John Killiow, jun., gent.. 
John, son of Edward Killiow, gent.. 
Will., son of Mr. Will. KiUiow, 
Sibilla, da. of „ 

Ann, da. of Henry and Elizb. Killiow, 
Solomon, son of Hen. and Elizb. Killiow, 
Jonathan, „ „ 

Hen. Killiow, gent., 

Oliver and Sybilla Killiow, 

Jonathan & Barbara Killiow, 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Fowey Par. Eeg. 



Daniel, 

Charles, 

Jonathan. 

James, 

Henry, ,, ,, 

Will., „ Jno. Killiow, gent., 

John Killiow, senior, Esq., 

Mrs. Joane Killiow, 

Frances, son of John Killow, Esq., 

John Killiow of Tresilian, Esq., 

Mrs. Ann Killiow, 

Charles Killiow. 

John Killiow, Esq.. 

Mr. William killiow, 

Mr. Henry Killiowe, 

Rich. Killiowe, gent., 

Edward Killiow. gent., 

Thos. Killiow, gent., 

Charles, son of Oliver Killiow, gent.. 



1685. 
t. 8 Jan. 1600. 

1610. 

1622. 

1632. 
22 Nov. 1650. 

1655. 

1656. 

1659. 

1665. 

1698. 

1700. 

1702. 
bur. 9 May, 1603. 

1632. 

1634. 

1643. 
2 July, 1644. 

1649. 

1651. 

1660. 

1664. 
12 Mar. 1665. 
28 Feb. 1671. 
18 Sept. 1680. 

1682. 

1687. 



Lansalloes Par. Eeg. 



Robt. Killiow of Anthony, and Jone Webb of this parish, mar. 15 Jan. 1G73. Slieviock 
Par. Eeg. 

Pcd. fin. Cornwall, 3 Hen. V. No. 4. William Killyowe de Trevordre, lands in Trevorder, 
Trcvedowe, &c. 

Pcd. fin. Corn. 11 Elizb. Easter. Jno. Kyllyowe q. Jno. Karkycke (Cai'keet), et al. def. 
Trcthake, &c., in St. Clecr. 

Ped. fin. Corn. 12 Elizb., Easter. Tho. Kyllyow ar. q. John Karkeke gen. et al. def. 

John Killiowe, Cleric. A.B., presented to the Rectory of Lansalloes by Eic. Killiowe of 
Eoselion, Cornw. ar. 1681. Bp. Eeg. Exeter. 

Indenture dated 11 August, 44 Elizabeth, betw. Lovcday Killiowe of Warlcggan, spinster, of 
the one part, and Peter St urbridge of Temple of the other part. Recites that Francis Courteney 
of Ethye, Esq.. and Phillii)pa his wife, one of the daughters and coheirs of Philip Dennis, by 
indenture dated 1 June 26 Elizb., had demised unto George Killiowe the younger, John Killiowe, 
and the said Loveday, certain lands in Temple, which by this indenture the said Loveday releases 
to the said Peter for the remainder of the said term. Deed in the Collection of Sii' John Maclcau, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 119 

John Lampene^ of Lampene in Cornwall=j=Jane Da. of Nicho. Lowre 



John Lampene of Padardaye in=i=Alice Da. & Coh. of Hen. Cloberie 
Cornwall liveina: 1620 I of Salt Ashe in Cornw. 



Katherin^ a da. ux' Nicholas Trefuses John sone & heire= Wilmof da. of John Lan- 
of Landew in Com. Cornwall atat. 15, 1620 I drey of Wilcomhe in Com. 

Comb. 



John Lampen^ of Padreda in^Jane da. of Anthony Rous Esq. 
Com. Cornubia, Esq. \ of Wotton in Com. Carnub. 



John sonn & Kr apparant 



JOHN LAMPEN. 



a^angtrcin, 

John Langdon* of Bicton in Com. Cornw.=pElizab. Da. of S'' Willm. Godolphin 



Rich. Langdon^ de Keverell Esq.=Agathe fil. Robtl Hill de Helligan Esq. 

|A 

^ John Lampen, ast. 40, 23 Elizb., son and h. of Jolin Lampen of Linkinghorne, who oh. 20 
Feb., 23 Elizb. Inq. p. m. 24 Elizb. 2 part. No. 20. 

■- Mar. Lie. Nich. Trefusis of Lezant and Kath. Lampen of Linkinhorne, gent., 1615. 

^ Notes of Fines, 16 Chas. II., Trinity, Cornw. Anthony Rous and Ric. Killiowe, ar. q. 
John Lampen ar. and Jane, ux. def. Horwood, Northill and Linkinghorne, and Eectory of 
Linkinghorne. 

* Edward Lampen and Eedygan Eenolds, mar. 7 Feb., 1614, at Kea. Bp. of Exeter's Tran- 
scripts. 
John Husband and Hanna Lampen of Kea, mar. 10 June, 1655. Truro Par. Reg. 
Richard Pomery and Jone Lampen, mar. 24 Sept. 1576. St. Neot Par. Reg. (J. M.) 
Robert, son of Robert Lampen, bap. 15 Oct. 1618. ■, 

Anna, da. of Jno. Lampen, „ 5 April, 1619. Truro Par. 

Frances, da. of Rob. Lampen, and Thamasine his wife, „ 21 Dec. 1620. Reg. 
Anna, „ Jno. Lampen, ,, 10 Jan. 1627. I 

Hannah, da. of Mr. Rob. Lampene and of his wife Thomasine, bap.~| 

20 Dec. 1630, at Kea. Mr. Robt. Lampen, Churchwarden of Kea, [Bp. of Exeter's 
1614. r Transcripts. 

John, son of Edward Lampen, bap. 3 Dec. and bur. 4 Dec. 1617, at Kea.J 
Ped. fin. Corn. 14 Chas. Hill. Will. Lampen and John Knighton q. land in p'ish of 

Budeox. 
„ 10 Chas. Mich. Geo. Pope q. Roger Lampen et al. def. lands in Mil- 

brook, &c. 
„ 16 Chas. II. Mich. Joseph Lampen, gent., and al. q. Jno. Trwbody et al. 

in Treworricke. 
„ 81 & 32 Chas. II. Hill. Jno. Oliver and o'rs q. John Lampen, Sen., ar., and o'rs 

def. in Higher Millcombe, &c. 

i^° The additions in italic are in the hand of Parker. 

^ John Langdon, set. 40, son and h. of Rob. Langdon. See Inq. p. m. 4 Ed. VI., part 1, No. 10. 
Names his grandfather John Langdon of Keverell. 

5 Elizabeth, his sister, married Drake of Tavistock ; Mary married Will. Whiddon of Chaf- 
ford ; and Margt. married John Cock. Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 63, where ped. of Langdon is enlarged. 



120 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

|A 

Walter Langdon=Elizab. Da. of Edward Ameri- Alicia nupta "Willo. "Winter de 
de Keverell Esq. I deth de Slapton Esq. Parclimouth in Com. South- 

I ampton=f= 

~"l I I \ ^1 I 

Elizab. mar. to Nich. 2 Ursula 4 Alicia Edwardus Langdon Franciscus 

Mayuard of Cornwall — fil. et heres jetat. 24 Winter 

3 Margeria annoru' 1620 



II II II I 

2 Walter ajt. 21 4 Nicholas 18 6 Franciscus 14 8 Barnard 12 

3 Robtus Eet. 20 5 Will'ms 16 7 Eicardus 13 

* WALTER LANGDON. 



Willm Langdon of Jacobstowe=T=Katherin Da. of Edm. Specott of 
in Com. Cornwall 1 Thornborowe in Com. Devon 



^ Humph. Langdon of Jacobstowe in=j=Joane Da. of 
Com. Cornw. 1 sonne liveinge 1620 I Estcott of 



John sone & heyre=j=Ellinor Da. of Willm 2 sonne in the 
atat. 30 1620 | Tho. JoUar^ Lowe Countries 

I \ \ I 

Daniell 1 sonne Digorie 2 Humph. 3 Jane a da. 

H. 



* Walter Langdon of Keverell and Wilmot Mathew of Endellion, wid., mar. Blar. Lie. 5 
Nov. 1610. 
John Langdon of St. Martin's, Cornw., and Hannah Hicks of St. Budeaux, by certificate 
of the banns being published in each of the said p'ish churches, mar. 29 Nov., 1715, 
at Egg Buckland. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Mary, da. of Will, and Margaret Langdon, bap. 1661. \ 
Walter Langdon, Jun., Esq., bm'. 23 Feb. 1676. 

Walter Langdon, Esq., „ 8 Sept. 1677. St. Martin's by Looe Par. Reg. 

Margaret Langdon, „ 1678. 

Wilmoth Langdon, „ 1688./ 

Tho. Langdon and Margery Lanyne mar. 1654. Truro Par. Reg. 

Will, de Bortreus r. Thom. de Langdon, in a plea of Lands. Cor. Rege. Roll 3 John, No. 9. 
Thomas and Roger dc Langdon, held in Langdon. Assize Roll at Launccston, 8 John. 
By Deed dated 1 June, 6 Elizabeth, John Langdon of Keverell demised to John Harrys of 
Carnworthy, in the parish of Warbstow, Honour, his wife, and William, their son, one tenement 
in Heudre to hold for their lives and the life of the survivor of them at the rent of 2-ls. 4d., and 
making suit at the Court of the Manor of Langdon, &c., " and fcrder that the said John, Honour 
and William shall geve ther voycc at the eleccion of the knyghtes of the Shore for and \yith the 
said John Langdon and his heirs, or for and with any other person and persons at the ajjpointment 
of the said John Langdon and his heirs." Deed in the Collection of Sir John Maclean. 
' His sister Maiy mar. Christopher Rogers of Lanke. See Rogers ped., j^o.^tt. 
" ? Jollowe. (Kat, wife of Wm. Jollowe, bur. 1618. Jacobstow Par. Reg.) 
Ped. fin. Corn. 42 Elizb. Hill. Will. Holmau gen. & al. q. Will. Langdon def. tcn't in Yentergon. 



TUE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 121 



proved by evidence 

Theobald Langford de Langfoi-d=p 

I 



John Lanrford fil. et h8eres= 



John Langford fil. et hferes= 



Walter Langford fil. et hteres=F 



^ Willm Langford fil. et heres=T= 



John Langford fil. et heres=pElizab. fili Phillippl Inch de St. Kew 
\ 

Francis mar. Elizab. mar. 2. Rich Lang- Willm Lang-=Christian Avis mar. 

(sic.) un- to Michell ford of Poun- ford fil. et Da. of to Michell 

maried brother to stock set. 35 hgeres de JohnCole of Corn- 

— ye other — Langford Hill of Mori- wall 

Jone unma- Michell John 3 fil. de in Com. Corn- stow 

ried St. Kewast. 32 wall 



1. Margaret 12 2. Elizab. 8 



W^illms Langford fil. 
et hajr. 83t. 15 



John 2 fil. 
s&t. 10 

Not signed. 



' Inq. p. mort. 6 Edw. VI. part i. No. 11. Will. Langford died 31 July, 1551. John Lang- 
ford son & heir aged 10 years, and not more 1 May, 1551. (This Inq. is dated at Bodmin 12 Jan. 
5 Ed. VL) 

* Lovegod, son of John Langford, gentleman, bap. 1580. Mawgan in Men. Par. Eeg. 

Walter Langford, gent., & Elizab. Langford, mar. 3 Aug., 1694. Marham Ch. Par. Eeg. 



20 Dec, 1605. 

bap. 20 March, 1586. 

28 July, 1593. 

30 Mar., 1596. 

17 Nov., 1606. 

7 Aug., 1611. 

19 May. 1614. 

7 Jan., 1591. 

7 March, 1633. 



(J. M.) 



bur. 



William Langford and Christian Cooles 

Elizabeth, da. of John Langford, gent., 

Elizabeth, „ Mr. John Langford, 

Francis, ,, John Langford, gent., 

Elizabeth, „ William Langford, 

Elizabeth, „ Mr. William Langford, 

John, sou of „ 

Elizabeth, da. of John Langford, gent. 

William Langford, gent., 

William Langford, Clerk, bur. 1 May, 1642. 

John Langford, gent., „ 5 Mar., 1662. 

Elizabeth Langford, widow ,, 12 Nov., 1665. 

Roger Bloy, gent., and Dorothy Langford, mar. 1693. Constantine Par. Reg. 

Henry Langford one of ye five clerks King's Bench, ob. 5 June, 1698, set. 82. S M. I. 

Loveday, wife of Hen. Langford and da. of Tho. Herle of Prideaux, Esq., >- Morwinstow 

ob. 14 Jan. 1691. ) Church. 

Gravestone in the Church of Marham Church : — Here lieth the Body of William Langford 

of Langford Hill, gent., who died the last male of his family, and was buried the 5 day of April, 

Anno Dom' 1686. (J. M.) Also of Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Hugh Prowse of Chagford, 

Esq., who was buried the 1st day of May, 1653. Arms, Langford impaling Prowse (Eds.) 

R 






Week St. Mary Par. Register. 



122 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



SLanscfoiU. 



Arms. — Paly of six Arg. and Gii., on a chief B, a lion fassant guardant Or, a 
mullet for diff. 

St. Clere Langford=j= 

\ 

I I . I II 

John sanze isue Hen. Lanorford of=FWilmot Da. of Hen. E,02;er 



— Langford in Com. 

Richard sanz isue Devon 



Toll of Devon 



Walt' 



Edmond Langford=j=Grace Da. of ^ Robt. Langford=T=^ Petronell Da. of Steph. 

of Devon I John Fitze of Liskerd Andrewe al's Hoop 



Jo. Langford Mary ]\Iichell John 2 ^Emanuell Lang-=Alice Da. Jane Mary 



1 sone sone ford of Tremade 
ob. sine ob.sine in Cornw. live- 
p'le prole ing 1620 



of George 
Gary of 
Cloveley 
in Devon 



Alice 



Edward 2 Emanuell 4 Fran. 1 son Elizb. 1 Grace 3 Julyan 5 Dorothye 6 

— — at. 16 1620 — — — 

Robt. 3 John 5 Prisilla 2 Mary 4 Kath.' 7 

EMANUELL LANGEFORD. 



i^an5l)arnt. 

Stephan Langhern of Tregovethan=p 



^ John Langhern= 
1 Sonne 

A 



Thomas Langhern=j=Jano da. of Hum- 
2 Sonne I phrey Danyell 

B 



' At the East end of the South aisle of the Church of St. Clceris a large tomb commemoratiDg 
Robert Langeford, Esq., who died 23 Feby., 1614, aged 80 years, aud also Petronilla his wife, 
Emanuel Langford, his son, aud Alice his wife, and four sons and five daughters of the latter, 
all of whose effigies appear on the tomb. The date of Eobert Langford's death only is filled in, 
those of the others being left blank. Between the figures are the arms. Paly of six, on a chief a 
lion passant guardant. (J. M.) There is also a quaint inscription in St. Cleer Ch. relating to this 
Rob. Langford. given in eu-tniso in the Parochial Hist, of Cornw. 1870, vol. i. p. 204. (Eds.) 

"George Jagow, gent., and Grace, daughter of .Robert Langford, were wedded at St. Cleare 
Jan. 8, 1.599-lGOO. (Gerrans Parish Register.) (J. M.) 

2 Chan. Pro. Elizb. L. 1. 6, No. 43 (a.d. 1595). Langford v. St. Aubyn and ors. Emanuel 
of Tremabe, and Robert his father are mentioned. 

* Ped. fin. Cornw. 16 James, East. Will. Joll q. Emanl. Langford ar.def. 25 acres in Austle 
al's Hawsewell Park, Alternon, £41. 

Ric. Langford, son-in-law of Francis Drake, bur. 2 June, 1608, at Tavistock. (Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts.) 

3 Inq. p. m. 8 Eliz. No. I76. John Langhern ob. 17 March, 1566. John, son and heir, ast. 6 
et amp. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



123 



John Langhern=f=Catherin da. Robert 
Sonne & heir I of Nance^ 2 sonne 



B| 



Robert Langhern of St.- 
Erme living 1620 



=Margery da. of 
Tho. Vincent 



^ Degory= Dorothy 
Lang- da. of 
heme Wadham 

living 
1620 



John Sonne 
& heir set, 
19 annoru' 
1620 



Stephen 2 
Thomas 3 



Mary 2 
Abygall 3 



Degory 4 Lawre 4 



Catheryne 1 
da. V7ife to 
John^ Raw 
p'son of 
Camburne 



Johan 5 



Anthony 5 



ROBART LANGHARNE. 



Rich. Lanian* of Lanyan Esq.=rMargt ^ Da. & hey. of Tho. Treskillard 



John Lanyon of Lanion in=rPhill. Da. & Cohey. ^ Edward Lann-=rMargery da. of 



Com. Cornwall sone & heyre 
Esq. 



of W"" Myliton yan 2 sonne 



Chappell 



Fran. Lanion of^ Alice Da. of Jo. 



Lanion sone & 
heire Esq. 



Trewren of Sancret 
in Cornwall 



7Willm 
2 sonne 



William Lanyan8=Eliza. da. of 



of Wynyard 
living 1620 



Rich. Lee al' 
Kimpthorne 



' Da. of John Trengove, al. Nance, and her husband is called John Lawharne in Trengove 
ped., 2}ost. 

■^ Eich., son of Digory Langherne, Esq., bap. 15 Oct., 1611, at St. Stephen's by Saltash. (Bp. 
of Exeter's Transcripts.) (J. M.) 

3 John Eowe, admitted Eector of Camborne 7 May, 1617, at the death of Doctor Flemmynge. 
Presented by Francis Bassett, Esq., true patron. Bp. Cotton's Keg., p. 108. 

• Ind're made 20 Aug., 1630, between Katherine Langherne, of Eoseverth, Co. Cornw., widow, 
and Katherine Langherne, her daughter, of the one part, and Edward Grosse, of Truro, gent., of 
the other part, witnesseth that in consideration that the said Edward Grosse shall surrender one 
lease dated 21 Dec. 30 Eliz., whereby John Langherne,Esq., dec'd, late husband of the said Katherine 
Langherne, widow, demised to Gregory Foggins for a term of 99 years the premises hereafter 
mentioned, the same having been assigned to the said Edward Grosse for the remainder of the 
said term, etc. etc., hath granted to the said Edward Grosse all those three closes of land, etc., in 
the parish of Kenwyn, to hold to the said Edward Grosse for the full term of 99 years, if the said 
Edward Grosse, and Edward Grosse, and Susan Grosse, children of William Grosse, gent., brother 
of the said Edward Grosse, so long shall live. (Deed in the Collection of Sir John Maclean.) (J.M.) 

I ^^'-oi ^^°M^o^' ^"'- ^^ ^'P*-' ^^^H Gwinear Par. Eeg. 

6 Bur. 28 Oct., 1579. j ^ t, v tm -n- 

« Edward, son of Mr. Edward Lanyon, bap. 5 Nov., 1592. (Gwinear Par. Eeg.) Philhpa, 
da. of Edw. Lanyon, mar. Wm. Noye of Burian. (See Noye ped., post.) 

7 Will. Lanian of St. Breake mar. Susan, da. of Eobert Burden. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 39. 
Avis, da. of Mr. Will. Lanion, bur. at Morval 24 Sept., 1614. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Margaret, da. of Will. Lanion of Breage, mar. John Code of Breage. See Coode ped., ante. 

« Bap. 18 Nov., 1590. Gwinear Par. Keg. 

Ezechiel Trenvrith, gent., and Elizab. Lanyon, mar. 1614, St. Ive's Par. Reg. 

John Williams, jun., and Katherine Lanion, mar. 16 May, 1668. Camborne Par. Eeg. 



124 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



B 



John 2 Anne ux' 
Bonne Jo. Toin- 
ken of 
Penzance 



Rich. Lanion sone=Jane Da. of 



& heyre of Lanion 
in Com. Cornwall 
Esq. liveinge 
1620 



Rich Moor- 
inge al's De 
la More in 
Com. Devon 



^ Tobyas sonne -Constance 1 
& heire a3tat. — 

2 Annoru' Margery 2 

1620 — 

^Johanna 3 



John sone & 
heire atat. 10 



Francis 2 sone 
atat. 3 



Pasca 
1 Da. 



Phillip 
2 Da. 



Jane 
3 Da. 



RICHARD LANYON. 



^mintt. 



the coate & Creast in the old visitacon. 
John Launce of Penneare in Cornwall=j=Mary Da. of Polewheele of Polewheele 



* Tho. 1 sone ob. 


Rob. Launce of= 


sine prole 


Penneare in 


— 


Com. Cornwall 


John 2 sone ob. 


liveing 1620 


sine prole 





=Suzan Da. of 
Ceo. Tubb of 
Tringoif in 
Cornwall 



John sone & hey.=Isabell Da. of S'' Edw. Darsie 



Hen. 

Sonne 
liveing 
in Lan- 
casheire 



4:= Ann da. <k heire 
of ... . Abraham 
of Abraham Hall 
in Com. Lane. 



atat 23 1620 



John 2 



Abraham 2 



of Dartford in Kent 

A 



t 



Gwinear Par. Reg. 



> Bap. 9 Mar., 1618-9. ) 

« Bap. 3 Oct., 1613. \ Gwinear Par. Reg. 

3 Bap. 27 July, 1617. ) 

* Rich. Nauce and Margaret Lanyne mar. 22 Oct., 1604. Truro Par. Reg 
Baldwin, son of Will. Lanyon, bap. 1 Ap., 1561. 
Blanche, da. of John Lanyon, ,, 1582. 
William, son of William Lanyon, gent., „ 18 Mar. 1620-21 
Bawden, ,, ,, bur. 24 Jun., 1563. 
Tamson, wife of ,, „ 26 Jun. ,, 
John Lanyon „ 22 July, „ 
Mr. Tobias Lanion and Jane Tresilian mar. 1670. \ 
Mr. Will. Lanion of Sancret and Mrs. Keigwin of Mousehole mar. 6 vBuryan Par. Reg. 

March, 1672. ) 

John Lanyon, gent., and Jane his \vife mar. 13 June, 1625, at Madron. ") Bp. of Exeter's 
Susanna, da. of Francis Lanyon, gent., bap. 14 March, 1619, „ J Transcripts(J.M.) 

Francis Lanyne was mar. to Ales his wyffe 24 May, 1584. \ o;„r,PrPPd Pnr l?pcr CT M > 
John, son of Fr.ancis Lanyne, bap. 10 Dec, 1587. ) bancrcecl lar. Keg. (J. U.) 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 28 Hen. III. Pasc. No. 2. Int. John de Linyine qu. Hugh de Bello Campo 
dcf. Botnole Bichan and Over Bichan. 

* Mar. Grace, daughter of Leonard Loveis. See ped. of Loveis, ^;ftsf . 

t John Danyell and Philippa Lawnce, mar. 11 May, 1609. Truro Par. Reg. 
i^ The additions in italic are in the hand of Parker. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 125 



James Launce of=Rehecca da. of John Blachston of John oh. Darcy John ob. 



Pennare in 
Cornwall Esq. 



Newton in the Bishoprich of 
Durham. 



John oh. John son ^ heire James living Susanna Isahella Rehecca 

JO. LAUNOE. 



SLeatfte. 



Arms. — Ermine on a chief indented Ou. 3 ducal coronets Or. 
Crest. — Issuing out of a ducal coronet Or a dexter fore-arm, grasping a serpent, all 
proper. 

John Leach of Exiter &=EUzb. Da. of Allex. Nappar & 
ChauncelP of the Church sist' to Baronet Napper 



2 Nicho. Leach of Stoke Clims-= Jenophah Da. of Edw. 
land in Cornw. liveinge 1620 I Hearle of Trenouthe 



Martha a da. at. 2 ^ John sone & hey. at. 3 1620 

* NICHOLAS LEACHE. 



^eigfi. 



This pedigree has the words " Not to be entered, but to be disclaimed " at the 
head of it. A pen has, however, been drawn through the sentence, and a note — 
" This must be entered " — added. 

' Chancellor of St. Peter's, Exeter. Margaret, his da., mar. Eobert Buryngton of Sandford. 
'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 41. 

2 Nicholas Leach, gent., and Jeano (sic) were mar. 1616. "^ Lrixvllian Par Reg 

3 John, son of Nicholas Leach, gent., bap. 1617. ) • s- 

* Sim. Leche of St. Columb, gent,, and Dorothy Vivian, da. of Matthew Vivian of Advent, 
gent., deceased, mar. 23 Nov., 1700. St. Ervan Par. Reg. 

Ped. fin. 9 Chas. Devon and Cornw. Simon Leach, mil. and o'rs qu. Emanuel Davy, ar. def. 
Crediton, Dev., and tent, in Advent Cornw. 

John Leach of Crediton=p 



Simon Leach of Crediton, s. and h., Blacksmith.=pElizab. da. of .John Roe of Crediton. 
I 

Elizab. Borowe.T^Symon de Cadley, knighted at Forde 26 Sept. 1625.=Katherine Tuberville. 
Harl. MS. 6062, fo. 34 b. Coll. of Arms. 



126 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

John Leighe of Leigh in Cornw.=T=Da. & hey. of Isseck of Cornwall 

Willm Leigh of Leigh=pJane Da. of Code^ of Morle in Cornw. 
^1 

Hen. Leigh of Leioh=pSibell Da. of Hearle of Trenouth in Cornw. 



Nicho. Leigh of Leigh in=f=Barbara Da. & Coh. of Far- 
Cornw. liveinc l(i20 dinando Lower of 



Barbara 1 Da. at. 4 Anne 2 Da. at. 3 

NICHOLAS LEIGH. 



3^tbtlis. 



Tho. Levelis of Castle Horneck=pEUzab. Da. & hey. of 
in Com. Cornw. I Edw. Bosvennon 



Willm Levelis=j=Joan Da. & hey. of Kenold Trerise of Sancred 



James Levelis=r Joan fil. et Coh. Johis Archar of Lizard Jane 



Jane Da. of Tho. Bond 2 wife^pTho. Levelis=FJoan Da. of Trewooffe first wife 



Elizab. Robt. 2 John Levelis=pKatherin Da. Jane Jacobus Amy 



Sonne sonne & heire 

Jane 



et coh. Xan- 2 fil. 

coras Marg' 



Hugh 2 fil. ob. 8. p. John Levelis fil. et heres=pJane Da. of Robt. Poile 



"Wilhn John ^ Arthur Levelis=FAnne Da. of Jane mar. Elizab. Alice 



— fil. et heres 

Hugh 



Tho. Herle to Roger to Tho. 
Esq. Hall Glason 

A 



' Walter Coodc of Morval. See ped. anfc. 

• Ped. fin. Comw. 2.3 Edw. I. No. 1. Int. Rich, de Lcghe qu. Jno. de Thurlbere def. lands 
in YaUvelcgh. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 49 Edw. III. No. 2. Int. Will, son of Robert Leygh qu. John Harry and 
Joan his wife def. Dunhcved Burgh. 

Ped. fill. Corn w. 50 Edw. ITT. No. 1 . Int. Robert de Tresilian qu. John Leygh def. Landreyth, &c. 

- Arthur- Lavelys of Trewoof and Hugh his son sold Hewgose Wood in Kea to Wm. Beau- 
champ, junior, of Gwennap. Indenture dated 1 Nov., 1616. (B.M. Add. Chart. 15379.) 

Chan. Pro. Elizb. L.l. 7, No.44(A.i).1602). Arthur Lavelis, Esq., v. Hen. Thorns al's Carnsew 
and o'rs, names John L. the father, & John L. the grandfather of said Arthur Lavelis of Buryan. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



127 



Zenobia mar. to Jane 


Phillip 


1 1 
Thomas 


Hugh Levelis=^Ebit Da. of Arthur 


Scipio Ackland virgo 


ob. s.p. 


Grabriell 


fil. et heres 


Rich. Coffin 2 sone 


de Chappell in 




both died 


jBt. 38 


of Portlage getat. 


Winklye Tracy 




without 




in Devon 36 


in Devon 




issue 






Arthur fil. et heres ret. 


Hugh 2 fil. 1. 


Anne 8 2. Martha 4 8. Elizab. 2 


9 annoru' 1620 


get. 7 









ARTHUR LEVELIS, 
for Mr. Arthur the elder his father. 



It^. 



Crest given in Trick, a Lion Sejant. 
Robert Ley of Kempthorn in Com. Devon=f= 



John Ley of Kempthorn= 



John Ley al'as Kempthorne=j=Thamazini Da. & hey. of 
of Tonacombe Jordon of Tohacambe 



John2 Ley=Kath' Da. of S^" Peirse Three 

1 Sonne Courtney ob. sine p'le Daughters 



Rich. Ley al's Kempthorne 
of Merther=p 



Two Sonnes Two Daughters 



■} 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 



* Eobert Lavelis, gentleman, bur. 1583. "^ Madron Par Eee 

Margaret, wife of Tho. Levelis, gent., bur. 1638. J ' °' 

Hanibal Levelis and Mary Chenalls mar. 28 April, les-t, at Zennor. 

Honour, dau. of Hanibal Levelis and Mary his wife, bap. 23 Jan. 

1634, at Zennor. 

Ind're dated 19 Sep., 1653, betw. Thomas Levelis, of Penzance, gent., of the one part, William 
Godolphin, of Trewarveneth, Co. Cornw., Esq., and Arthur Levelis, of Trewoofe in the said Co., 
Esq., of the other part. Settlement by said Thomas Levelis upon Honour Levelis, spinster, 
daughter of Hanibal Levelis, gent., dec'd, brother of the said Thomas, upon the marriage of the 
said Honour and David Grosse, son of Thomas Grosse of Penzance, gent., of certain messuages in 
Penzance, to hold to the said Honour and the heirs of her body, in default remainder to Thomas 
Cowling, son of John Cowling of Trengwenton, gent., and Kalph Lanyon, sou of Thomas Lanyon, 
gent., sisters' sons of the said Thomas Levelis, etc. etc. Sealed with the arms of Levelis — Ar. 3 
calces' heads coupecl Gu. 

Prudence, sole heir of Arthur Levelis of Trewoof, married Richard Vosper of Liskeard. 
Their son, Arthur Vosper, left two daughters and coheu's, — Elizabeth, married Joseph Marke of 
Woodhill, and Prudence, married George Dennis of Liskeard, gent. (J. M.) 

> Bur. 7 Jan. 1585. 

- Ob. 1 Mar. 1592. Mr. John Kempthorne, Justice and the only stay of Morwinstow, bur. 2 Mar. 
1592. Inq. p. m. 36 Elizab. part ii. No. 79. John, of Lyffney al's Luney, nephew aiad heir, aet. 22. 



128 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 



Tho.^ Ley al's Kempthorne mar. Nicho.^ Ley=f=Mai'g'^ Da. & Coh. of 
Elizb. Da, of Cholwell== 2 sone John Luney of Luney 



.1 I I I I I I 

John* Edw.5 Rich.e Thorn .7 Three Daughters^ 



John Ley9 al's Kemp-=Mawdelyn Da. of Antho. Clifforcl==Leonard Vasieof Vasie 
thorne Esq. 1 husband of Descombe in Com. Wilts Esq. I 2 husband 



I I I I I M 

John Ley^'' al's Kempthorne^Ursula," Da.t of John 1 ^^Elizab. 1 Fran. 4 



of TonacombeinCora. Cornw. 
liveing lfi20 Esq. 



John Trevillian — 

of NetlehamEsq. Edm. 2 Anne 2 Ursula 5 



Honor ^^ Ley atat. 4 raonthes 1620 



Katherin 3 



JOHN LEY. 



' Vicar of Morwinstow. Tho. Kempthorne and Thoma.slni' Chollwcll, mar. 8 Sept. 1562 ; 
he was bur. 29 April, 15<Ji. (J. M.) 

- Ob. 14 July, 1589. Inq. p. m. 35 Eliz. part i. No. 13. John son and h., set. 19 yrs. and 2 mo. 

3 Margaret Kempthorne al's Luney, bur. 17 Aug. 1570. 8t. Ewe Par. Keg. 

4 Bap. 5 June, 1568. ^ Bap. 21 June, 1571. ^ At 

« Bap. 18 May, 1578. 7 Bap. 16 Oct. 1580. Morwinstow. 

8 Anne, bap. 8 Aug. 1563 ; ] „ r mar. Mr. Henry Wallis, 29 Aug. 1585. ^ Bp.of Exeter's 
Johan, ,, 6 Jan. 1565 ; > p '•< ,, John Yeo of Launcells, 1589. ( Ti'anscri>)ts. 
Catherine, ,. 12 Dec. 1574 ; ) ^^^- { „ Mr. Richard . . . Minister, 1592.y (J. M.) 

9 Bur. at Morwinstow, 1594. (J. M.) Bap. 21 March, 1571. (St. Ewe Par. Eeg.) John 
Kempthorne and Magdalene Clifford, mar. 1591. (Chudleigh Devon Par. Reg.) 

>" John Kempthorne al's Ley, bur. 19 Oct. 1622. Morwinstow Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

" Timothy Browning and Ulalia Kempthorne, wid., mar. Oct. 20, 1623, at Marham Church. 
Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. (J. M.) 

'- Married Theophilus Loveis. 

" Honour Kempthorne al's Ley, da. of John Kempthorne al's Ley and Eulalia his wife, bap. 
21 May, 1620. Morwinstow Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

* Henry Slarder and Johanna Kempthorne, mar. 7 Feb. 1580 
Thomasine, da. of Nicholas Kempthorne, bap. 30 Feb. 1567 
Thomasine Kempthorne, bur. 12 Mar. 1578 

Henry, son of Mr. John Kempthorne the younger, bap. 2 June, 1594. 
Edw.. son of Tho. Kempthorne and Priscilla, ,, 7 June, 1626. 

Honour, da. of „ „ 30 Dec. 1627. 

Thomazine & Edw. s. & da. „ „ 15 Dec. 

John, son of ., » 21 Mar. 

Tho., „ ,', „ 25 Dec. 

John, son of Mr. Jno. Kempthorne, bur. jDomm 

apes un'ica nuatrcc, ,, 

Mr. John Kempthorne of Lewney bur, 

Thomazine, da. of Edw. Kempthorne, ,, 

Thomazine Kempthorne, wid. of Tho. Kempthorne „ 

For more of Kempthorne, see 'Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., p. 314.' 
t She is called Eulalia in the Pedigree at the end of Part III. of the Trevelyan Papers 
(printed by the Camden Soc. 1872), also at the baptism of her dau. Honour, in the Morwinstow 
Par. Reg. 1620, and Ulalia Kempthorne, widow, on her second marriage at Marham Church ; yet 
}t would appear that her husband testified that her name was Ursula ! 



1. Ut. 

5.) 



Ewe Par. Reg. 



1632. 
1634. ' 



10 May, 1592. 
25 April, 1594. 
24 Feb. 1618. 
21 June, 1619. 



Morwinstow 

Par. Reg. 

(J. M.) 



At Morwinstow. 
Bp. of Exeter's 
i Transcripts. 
(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



129 



John Ley al's Kempthorne of=j=Thomazin Da. of Rob. Jordon of 
Kempthorne in Com. Devon I Tonycomb in Com. Cornw. 



John 1 Nicho 2 Thomas 3 Rich Ley al's Kemp-=T=Con8tance Da. of Tho. Ken- 



sonne 



thorne of Merther in 
Cornwall 



dall of Treworga in Corn- 
wall 



Rich. Ley al's Kempthorne=T=Anne 2 Da. of Joseph Bastard of 
of Merther livins; 1620 I Westmarker in Dwlo in Cornwall 



Tho. 1 Sonne atat. 9 1620 John 2 sone Willm 3 sone 

RICHARD LEY AL'S KEMPTHORNE. 



John, son of Ric. Kempthorne by Sarah, ux., bap. 4 Sep. 1694. 

John, „ ., „ „ 1696. 

Tho., „ „ „ „ 1698. 

Richard, „ „ „ „ 1700. 

Samuel, „ „ „ „ 1701. 

Thomas, „ „ „ „ 1702. 

John, son of Edvv. Kempthorne, bap. 28 Nov, 



Cury Par. Reg. 



Sarah, da. of 

Elizb., „ ,; 

Grace, „ „ 

Elizb., „ ,, 

Samuel, son of Samuel Kempthorne and Jane, 

James, ,, ,, 

Ursula, da. of „ and Florence, ux 

Thos., son of „ „ 

John, „ Will. Kempthorne and Constance, ux. 

John, ,, Samuel Kempthorne and Florence, 

Renatus, „ Renatus Kempthorne and Elizb. 

Elizb., da. of Edw. Kempthorne and Mary, ux. 

Rob., son of Edw. Kempthorne and Jane, „ 

Rich., ,, ,, ,, ,) 

Edw.. „ James Kempthorne and Elizb. „ 

Grace, da. of Renatus Kempthorne and Loveday, ux. ,, 

Renatus. son of ,, ,, ,, 

Chas., „ Will, and Jane Kempthorne, „ 

Edw., ,, Renatus Kempthorne and Loveday, ,, 

Ambrose, ,, William Kempthorne, ,, 

Edw., „ Ric. and Sarah Kempthorne, „ 

Will. Kempthorne and Constance Parnell, mar 

Renatus Kempthorne and Elizb. Hickinge, ,, 

Edw. Kempthorne and Jane Stewert (?) „ 

James Kempthorne and Blanch, ,, 

John Kempthorne and Anne Robinson, „ 

John Kempthorne and Anne Tonken, „ 

Ric. Kempthorne and Sarah Kempthorne, ,, 

Renatus Kempthorne and Jane Tonken, ,, 

Edw., son of Edw, Kempthorne, bur. 



1622.\ 
28 Jan. 1626. 

1629. 

1631. 

1633. 

16.30. 
5 Nov. 1633. 

1636. 

16.38. 

1640. 

1642. 

1643. 

1640. 

1652. 

1657. 

1670. 

1672. 



3 Feb. 
16 Aug. 

23 May, 



Mullion 
Par. Regs. 



24 Sep. 
7 June, 1674. 

1673. 
19 Mar. 1675. 

1677. 

1692. 

1639. 
7 June, 1641. 

1649. 

1650. 

1666. 

1670. 

1691. 

1699. 

1631. -^ 
[Avtc continued on next prnje, 



130 ^HE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Loveis of Devonsheir 



■T 



Humphrie Loveis=j=Jane Da. of Hatch of Devon 

Ibott Da. of Humpli.=pLeouard Loveis of Ogbeare=Jane Da. & hey. 
Specott 2 wife | in Com. Cornw. Ar. of Upcott 



1 A Da. Thomas sone Eich. Loveis==2Fran. Da. Hen. Jane uxor 



& heyre 
Willm. 2 
Humph. 3 



4 Sonne of 
Beardon in 
Cornwall 



Rolls of Pad- 
stow in Devon 
{sic) 



Amy 3 



Walter Porter — 

— Fran. 4 
Grace uxor — 

Tho. Launce Pliill. 5 



Rob. l==Grace Da. 



sone of 
Bear- 
don 



ofAndrew 
Luterell 



^ Leonard Loveis= 
2 sone of Cran- 
tock in Cornw. 
liveino- 1620 



=Kath. 
Da. of 

Willm 

Kelley 



Emanuell 3 Timo- 

sone mar. thy 4 

Wilmet Da. sone 
of Wm. Kelley 



■* Rich. 1 sone 
atat. 6 



^ Fran. 
1 Da. 



6 Martha Phillip a da. atat. S 
2 Da. quai'ters of a yeare 



^ A Sonne 
at. 2 



^ Katherin 
a da. 



A 



(Xote continued.) 

Ambrose Kempthorne, Sen. bur. 1634. 

Constance Kempthorne, ,, 1642, 

Sarah iis. Edw. Kempthonie, Sen. „ 1647. 

Florence ux. Samuel Kempthorne, „ 1664. 

James Kempthorne, „ 1659. \ Mullion 

Samuel Kempthorne, „ 1665. f Par. Regs. 

Edw. Kempthorne, ,, 1671. 

James Kempthorne, ^^ 1684. 

Martha ux. James Kempthorne, „ 1686. 

Edw. Kempthorne, ,, 1693. , 
Licence of burial within the chancel of the church of Merther granted to Richard Ley, 
CI I ins Kempthorne, son of Richard Ley, alia-s Kempthorne, of the same place, eent., 4 Oct.. 1621. 

(J. M.) f , 1 , s , 

James Kempthorne and Elizabeth Kempthorne of the parish of Mullion were mar. 20 Oct., 
1669. Buryan Par. Reg. 

> Elizabeth mar. to Rich. Coffin. ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 64. 

5 Frances Rolls is entered in Devon Visit., 1620, p. 323, as wife of Leonard Lovelace (doubt- 
less Loveis), her son, an oversight of the Heralds. 

" Francis, son of Leonard Loveis, gent., and Katherine, bap. and bur. 1623 at Newlyn in 
. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Bap. Sept., 1613. 

Bap. 15 Dec, 1611. 

Bap. 28 Dec, 1617. \ Boyton Par. Reg. {.I M.) 

Gilbert, son of Emanuel Lovcys, bai). 31 Dec, 1618. 

Bap. 1 Dec. 1619. ^ > i j 



Pidcr. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



131 



A| 



Theophilus= 
5 sone of 
Beardon 



=Elizb. Da. 
of Leonard 
Vesie of 
Tamarton 



|1 
Elizb. uxor 
Eic. Carwy- 
tham of 
Panston in 
Devon 



|2 |3 I 

Amy ux' Wm. ^ Martha uxor 2 Mary 

Upeton of Coland Blewet uxor Rich. 

Newton of Litlecollom Goddard of 

Ferris in in Cornwall .... in 

Devon Com. Wilts 



3 Mary 1 da. atat. 3 



Martha a dau. 

p' me LEONARD LOVEYS. 



Humph. Loves=f=Jane Da. of Hatch of Devon 
I 



Leonard Loves of Ogbeare in Com. Cornw. Esq.=f=Jane Da. & hey. of Upcote 



Tho. 1 Willm 2 Humph. 3 Rich. Loves of Bere-=f=Fran. Da. of Hen. Rolles 

don 4 Sonne I of Heamton 



Rob. Loves of Berdon in Com.=j=Grace Da. Andrew Luttrell 
Cornw. liveing 1620 of Hartland ^ 

I \ \ 

Fran, a dau. Rich, sone & hey. at. 9 Martha a dau. 

t ROBERT LOVEYS. 



1 Bapt. 27 Nov., 1589. Boyton Par. Keg. (J. M.) 

2 Eich. Goddare and Mrs. Mary Loveis mar. 25 March, 1613. North Tamerton. Bp. Trans, 
s Bap. 18 Oct., 1618. 
* Theophilus, s. of Theophilus Loveys and Elizab. his wife, bap. 

9 Nov., 1623. 
Elizab., da. „ „ „ bap. 1 Dec, 1626. ) Boyton Par. Keg. 

Francis, s. „ „ „ „ 15 Mar., 1628. 

Rich., s. „ „ „ „ 17 May, 1636. 

Ric, s. of Kic. Loveys, bap. 4 Feb., 1646. 
Leonard Loveys of Lif ton and Zenobia Thome of Sheepwash, mar. lie, 1 Oct., 1615. (J. M.) 
Humph. Loveis of Black Torrington and Philippa Morecombe of Sheepwash, mar. 

lie. 29 Sept., 1629. 
Samuel Loveis, gent., and Elizb. Matthew, dau. of Wm. Matthew, gent., mar. 2 

Aug., 1649. St. Kew Par. Reg. 
Joseph Hankyn, gent., and Frances Loves, mar. 30 Mar., 1630, at Boyton. Bp. 
of Exeter's Trans. y 

t Ped. fin. Cornw. 15 Rich. II. No. 2. Int. "William Lowys and Simon Lowys qu. Simon 
Gunmaylek and wife def. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 9 Hen. IV. No. 7. Int. Simon Lowys and Nicholas Gerlyn qu. Robt. Bray 
and Alice his wife and Thos. Porter and Christian his wife def. 

Andrew Loveys mar. Avis da. of John Gaverigan and wid. of Robert Kestle. Kestle Ped., a7ite, 
Theophilus Loves mar. Elizabeth da. of Leonard Vacey. See Vacey ped., jwst. 
For further ped. of Loveys vel Lowis, see ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' pp. 171-2, 



132 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Crest. — A vnicom's head erased, tricked in ink over a quartered shield tricked 
ronglily in pencil, but evidently the same as is given detailed under Lower in 
Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 54. 

The. Lower of Trelaske=pMarg'^ Da. of Percivall 
in Com. Cornwall I in Com. Som'set 



Jane Lower ^ Pet. Lower of Trelask=pHanar Da. of Wm. Abbotte 
Esq. liveing 1620 I of Hartland 



2 Tho. Lowre of Tre=?=Eulalia Da. of 



Willm Peter 3 Nicho. 5 Margt j 



lask in Com. Cornw. 
Esq. 



Arthere Tremayne 2 sone — 

of CoUocombe Georg. 4 



Ellino^ 2 



Tho. sone & heire atat. 1 1G20 



Mary a da. atat. 3 1620 

Not siff7ied. 



1597. 

1604. 

1607. 

1630. 

1681. / 

1626. 

1639 



Lanreath Par. 



' James I., Ind're betw. Peter Lower of Trelaske, Esq., and Honor his wife. Tho. Lower, 
Esq., s. and h. appar., and Eulalia his wife, Sir Will. Wrey, Arthur Tremayne of CoUocombe, Esq., 
Edmund Tremayne, s. and h. appar. of said Arthur, etc. (J. M.) 

" Thos. Lower of Lewannack, gent., and Ulalia Tremayne of Lamerton, mar. lie. 13 Oct., 1613. 
Ezechial^ son of Thos. and Eulalia Lower, bap. at Lewannack 1614. (Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts.) 

* Hercules Lower and Lore Alee (Aleigh Bp. Trans.) mar. 1 Jan. 
Lore, da. of Hercules Lower, bap. 

Thos., son „ ,, „ 

Thos., son of Kich. Lower, gent. ,, 

William, ,, ,, ,, 

Lore, da. of Hercules Lower bur. 

Hercules Lower, gent., ,, 4 Mar., 

Thos. Lower, gent., and Jane, da. of Chas. Grills, gent., mar. 14 June, 1652. , 
Tho. Lower of Trelaske bur. 1687. Lewaunick Par. Reg. 
John, son of John Lower, gent., and Elizb.. ba]). 1677. Michaelstow P.ar. 
John Eustic and Elizb., da. Tho. Lower, gent., mar. 
Pdc, s. of Hercules Lower, bap. 

Nycholas, s. of Eic. Lower, gent., and Philadelphia „ 
Elizb., da. „ ,, ,, 

Frances, da. ,, „ „ 

Thos,, s. of Thos. Lower, gent., and Jane ,, 

Elizb., da. ,, „ '„ 

Elizb., da. ,, ,, „ 

George, s. of Wm. Lower, 
Lore Lower 

Elizb., da, Ric. Lower, gent., 
Elizb., da, Tlio, Lower, gent., 
Justinian Cocke alius Lower bur, 16 Apr,, 1662, 



24 Ap., 1688. 

24 June, 1601. 

24 Nov., 1633, 

29 June, 1636, 

4 Nov., 1638. 

6 Dec, 1653. 

19 May, 1655. 

8 Oct., 1657. 

15 Jan,. 1572, 

1 Ap., 1617. 

10 Feb., 1641, 

28 Mar,, 1656,/ 

St. Breward Par. Reg. 



Reg. 



\ Lanreath 
/ Par. Reg. 



bur. 



(J. M.) 



Loare, wife of Justinian Lowre, bur. at St. Just, Roseland 

28 Feb., 1611, \ -o- -u t v t- ^ 

Rich, Haydon and Agnes Lower mar, at Alternon 3 Sept,, 1611. bishop of Exeter s 
James, son of Ric, and Elizb. Lower, bap. at St. Germans 17 transcripts, 

Feb., 1632. I 

Ped, fin. Cornw. 9 Edw. IV. No. 1. Int. Nicholas Loure qu. Margaret, Lady Hungerford and 
Botreaux, wid., da. and h, of William, late Lo. Botreaux, def. Manor of St. Wynowc, 
The pcd. of Lower is given more extensively in Harl. MS. 1079, Ifo. 53, 54. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



133 



iLotoer. 



To enqnire whether Lower did not mary with Elynor, da. & heir of Pentire, which 
if he did then may he quarter the Coate, 

= Agnes Da. of Tho. 
Trefry of Foye 



Wra. Lower of St. Wjnno 
in Cornwall' 



Tho. Hen. 2 sone mar. Elizab. 

Lower widow of Antho. Fox. of 
1 Sonne highhampton in Devo' 



Edw. Lower^ of=rMarv'^ Da. of 



St. Tudy in 
Com. Corn, 
liveinfje 1 620 



Humph. 
Xicholls of 
St. Tudy 



Ferdi- 
nand© 4 

Walter 5 



3 Willm 2 5 Xicholas 4 ^ Hump, sone 7 Katherin ux' Agnes 2 ^ Grace 4 

— — & hey. atat. Fran. Court- — — 

* Edward 3 Phillip 5 211620 ney of Lanivet ^ Elizab. .3 Janor 5 



HENRYE LOWEE. 



EDWAED LOWEE. 



SCoto^r. 



Willm Lower of Winno 
in Com. Cornw. 



■Agnes Da. of Tho. 
Trefi7e of Foye 



Ferdinando Lower of Leaaunt in Com.=pLore Da. of Wm. Kelley of 
Cornwall liveing 1620 5 sonne Northlew in Com. Devon 



|1 

.Tane ux' Tho. Grose of 
Liscard in Cornw. 



|2 
Barbara ux' Nicho. Leighe 
of Quethiock in Cornw. 



Elizab. ux' Xicho. Cock of 
South Pederwyn Esq. 



FEEDIXAXDO LOWEE. 



1 Mar. 22 April. 1594, bur. Aug. 1627. ^ bqj.. April, 1626. ^ gap. 1598.\ 

* Bap. 1600. ' Bap. 1604. « Bap. 1597. 
7 Bap. 1595. 8 Bap. 1602. ^ Bap. 1609. 

* Francis Courteney and Kat. Lower, gent., mar. 1617. 
Will. Hocken of St. Advent and Jane Lower of St. Tudy ,, 1634. 
Kich. Lower and Elizb. Trelawney ,. . 17 Sep., 1656. 

(She was da. & li. of John Billing of Hengar, and reUct of Sam. 
Trelawney. See Biding ped.. ■ Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i. p. 389.) 



bap. 



bur. 



Apr., 1678. 

1601. 

1610. 
29 Jan.. 1631. 
11 Aug., 1633. 
19 Nov.. 1679. 
22 Feb.. 1703. 



St. Tudy 
Par. Beg. 
(J.M.) 



Mr, Edw. Lower and Elizb. Prideaux 
Anne. da. of Edw. Lower, gent., 
Jane, da. ,. ,. 

Eich.. son of ilr. Humphrey Lower, 
Tho.. son of Humphrey Lower of Tremeer, gent., 
John Lower, Esq., son of Dr. Ric. Lower, 
Elizb.. widow of Rich. Lower, Dr. of Physic, 
Thos. Lower bap. ."^v Jan., 1543. Fowey Par. Reg. 
Will., son of IL. John Lower and Mary. bap. 1608 at Constantine 
Rich. Lower, gent., and Philadelphia Searell. wid., mar. 1630 at Lanreath 
Tho. Lower and Mary Packer mar. 1670. St. Winnow Par. Reg. 
f Walter, son of Will. Lower, gent., bapt. 1611, at Madron. "> Bp. of Exeter's 

Will., .. Mr. John Lower and Mary ,, 1608, at Constantine. j Transcripts. 
Mr. Will. Lower, bur. 20 Aug. 1615, at Madron. Bp. Transcripts. (J. M.) 



"I Bp. of Exeter's 
. J Transcripts. 



134 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



?lpnam^ 



Robert Lynam of St. Kew in Com, Coruub.= 



John Lynam of St. Kew===Johan da. of Blewett of Egglesheyll 



Richard LYnam==Thomasine da. of Martha wife to Agnes wife to Eliza, wife to 



of St. Kew in 
Com. Cornub. 
living 1620. 



2 furzland of John Newton Jo. Bere of John Hunny 

Bickinton. of Egiesheyll Eggiosheyl of Dewston 



John LjTiam sonne=f=Charitie da. of Hum- Richard Dorothy wife to Catheryne 



& heir tetat. 30 
annoru' 1620 



frey Prideaux of Kir- 2 sonne John Dagg of 2 da. 
ton Trewegitt 



Richard sonne & heir tetat. 9 annoru' 1620 John 2 Mathew 3 Johanna 

JO. LYNAM. 



jHantnston. 

Arms. — Arg. on a lend Sa. 3 mullets Arg. pierced of the first. 
Crest. — A demi-unirorn Sa., irined and ungued Arg., with a crescent Or, on 
shoulder, for diff'. 

Sampson Manington, of Manington in Com. Corn., p. R. C. Clarent., but the 
creast testified by Mr. Philpott. 

Adam Maningtoa=j= 



Willm Manington= 



S"" Geo. Manington=p 



"Willm Manington= 

A 



' He married secondly a da. of Tresungar, and by her had issue ; she afterwards m.arried 
Will. Matthew. Rich. Mathew, gent., of Tresungar, in his will dated 2 June, 8 Jas., P. P. C, 
names Sara and Ursula Lynam. and his cousin George Lynam. 

- John Fursland. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 122. 
* This pedigree will be found fully extended in the ' History of Trigg Minor,' vol. ii., pp. 258, 263. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 

A| 

Robt. Manmgton=j=Da. of Jo. Bycton 



135 



Jo. Manington of Manington==Da. of John Kingdon 



John Manington=f=Da. of John Trecarrell 



Sampson Manington of Manington=Da. of Rich. Tremayne 
\ 

Edward Manington==Kath' Da. of John Harte 



Ambrose Samson 2 sone mar. Peter Maning-=Fran. on of the Da. Arthure 4 



the Da. of Rich. ton of Maning- 

Haukins ton 



& heires of Edw. 

Couch of Houghton George 5 



Samson Maning-^ 
ton of Manington 
in Com. Cornwall 
liveing 1620 Esq. 



'Mary Da. & Hen- Ambrose Maning=Annei Da. of Peirse 

Coh. of ry 3 ton 2 son of Edgecomb of Mont 

Tristra' South Petherwyn Edgcomb 

Gorges of in Com. Cornw. 

Budeuxshed Esq. Esq. 



I I I 

Anne 1 da. at. 6 1620 Fran. 2 da. atat. 4 Jone 8 da. atat. 2 1620 



Peirse Manington 1 sone of=Margery Da. of Edw. 2 Rich. 3 Arthure 4 
Combeshed in Co. Cornwall Fran. Buller 



Sampsone sone & heire atat. 3 & half Rich. 2 sone at. 2 
PEIRCE MANINGTON. * SAMPSON MANINGTON. 



St. Pinnock Par. Reg. 



1 Widow of Ric. Trefusis, Esq. 

* Ann, da. of Anthony Mannyngton, Rector, bap. 1630. 
Francis, son of ,, „ 1632. 

Henry, ,, ,, „ 1635. 

Anthony Mannington, Rector, bur. 12 Jan. 1656. J 

Ambrose Mannington of Killiver, and Rachell Carew of Anthony, mar. lie. dated 11 Oct., 

mar. 23 Oct. 1690. Anthony in the East Par. Reg. 
Pierce Mauaton, gent., and Joan Sakfen, gen., mar. 1686. St. Gennis Par. Reg. 
Ambrose Manington of Launcestou, and Grace Horndon of Callington, mar. lie. dated 

July, 1721. 
Philippa, da. of Mr. Peter and Mrs. Philippa Manaton, bap. 1665, at Stoke Climsland. 
Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Martha Mauaton (Mannington) of Calstock, widow. (Will, Bodmin, 1707.) To Mr. Jno, 
Fursman (after Chancellor of Exeter Cathedral), silver watch and all the books of her late hus- 
band, and a gold ring. All the rest of her property to her niece Martha RadclifEe, sole executrix 

^Xote continued on next i><igc, 



136 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



iflaite. 



Willm Marke of Liscard in Com. CornwaIl=pJoane Da. of Andrew of Liscard 
^1 

I 
John Marke of Liscard=pEmlene Da. of Tho. Vivian of 
in Cornwall I St. Culme in Cornwall 



Willm 3 Margerie 1 James Marke=Dorithie Da. of Rich. Marke=Francis Da. 



— of Liscard in i Joseph Bastard of Michel- 
Marye 2 Com. Corn- j of of (sic) Dulo stow 2 filius 

— wall liveinge | in Cornwall 
Give 3 1620 i 



Josephe Willm 3 sonne John sone & 
2 Sonne half yeare old heire at. 6 
at. 3 1620 1620 



of Francis 
North of 
Michelstow 



Humphrie Marke fil. primo- 
genitus atat. 2 Septimanes 
1 Octob. 1620 



JA. MARKE. 



RICHARD MARKE. 



(^A^ote contimied.) 
— said Martha " not to sell my chariot nor coach horses, but to keep them for her own use." 
Funeral not to exceed £30. A leaden coffin to be carried to the p'ish of Tintenhall in Somerset, 
and there buried at twelve at night. (John Fursman, Curate of Calstock, Rector of Trevalga, 
Vicar of Lamertou, and Chancellor of Exeter, married the above Martha Radcliffe, St. Thomas, 
Exeter, May 18, 1721, Par. Reg.) And among other heirlooms was a portrait of Sir Fra. Drake, 
which remains with the representatives of Fursman. Ambrose Mannington commanded the bark 
I\Ianine:ton, 160 tons, in the squadron serving under Sir F. Drake against the Armada. Roy. 
MSS. 14 B. xiii. 
License of marriage between Anthony Mannington, Clerk, Rector of St. Pinnock, and N 

Joanna Wills of Saltash, 15 May, 1623. 
Penelope, wife to Mr. Richard Manaton, bur. 1670. Bodmin Par. Reg. 
Edward Manaton, gent., and Abigail Ally, m.ar. 25 April, 1670. 

Christopher, s. of Edward Manaton, gent., & Abigail, bap. April, 1073. 
Mary, dau. of „ „ „ 23 Sep. 1674. 

Christopher, s. of ,, • „ bur. 30 April, 1673. i 

Abigail, wife of „ „ 22 April, 1691. 1 

Elzabith Maniton, ,, 8 Nov. 1699. , 

Dcgory Pearce, gent., and J.aue Mannington, mar. 1657." 

Christ. EfEord, of Modbury, gent., & Elyzabeth Mannington, da. 

of Anthony Mannington, late Rector of this p'ish, ,, • 1657. 

Elzabeth, da. of Anthony Mannington, Rector. bap. 20 Jan., 1627. 

Jane, „ „ ., „ 14 Jan. 1637. 

Henry, son of ,, „ bur. 16 April, 1636. 

Jane Mannington, „ 10 Jan. 1639. 

Thomasine, dau. of Pierce Manyngton. gent., bap. 10 .\pril, 1625, at Stoke Climsland. Bp. 

Exeter's Transcripts. j 



St. Breward 
Par. Reg. 



St. Pinnock 
Par. Reg. 



)(J.M.) 



Thomas, son of j\Tarten Marrakc, bap. 10 April, l(i07, at Paul. 



Jane, da. of Thos. Marrake, 
Prudence, „ Rich. Marek, 
William, son of Rich. Marke. 
Rich., „ John Marrak, 

Henry, .. .John Marrke, 
William, ,, George Mark, 
William Mark, 



bur. 



25 Sept. 1625. at Newlin in Pider. 

5 April, 1613. at Paid. 

8 July, 1617. ,. 

8 June, 1619, ., 
20 April. 1(;21, „ 
28 June. 1737, „ 
20 June, 1737. 



V Bp. of Exeter's 
( Transcripts. 



[^yotc continued on fidlvn-ing 2x13c, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 137 



Evan Martin of Dotington in Com. Devon=j=Da. of Blackaller 



Tho. Martin of Dotington=f=Julian Da. of Dible 



1 I 2 

Elizb. Da. of Jo. Fursland of=Rog. Martin of St. Domi-=Anne Da. of Rob, Moore 



Bickington in Devon gent. 



nock in Com. Cornw. 
liveing 1620 



of Tavistock Esq. 



Roger 1 Sonne Marg. 1 Judith 2 Anthonie Christian Gartrude 

ROGER MARTYN. 



JHatJj^to. 



Edm. Matthew of Dodbroke in Com.=i=Anne Da. of Tho. Parker of North- 
Devon sone & hey of Edm. I molton in Com. Devon 



James Matthew of Dodbroke=pDa.i of Courtney of MoUand in Devon 



Edmond Matthew of Dodbrooke= 
in Com. Devon 1 sonne 

A 



=Justian Da. of Weekes 
in Com. Somerset 



(iVb^e continued.) 
Paule Marke and Maria Husband, mar. 23 Oct. 1608. Truro Par. Reg. 

Licence of marriage between John Markes of Liskeard, and Joanna Brendon of St. Dominick, 
7 Oct. 1620. 

Philip Marke of Liskeard and Joanna Howsaye, mar. 1606. J 

John Marke of Liskeard, and Gartred, da. of Christopher / 

Polland, gent., of St. Maben „ 1635. 1 St. Pinnock 

Anthony Markes of Liskeard, and Jane, „ 1664. f Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

Henry Markes of Liskeard, gent., and Elizabeth, „ 1666. 1 

William Gabriel to Dorcas, da. of Philip Marke of Liskeard, „ 1682. j 
Stephen Pomery and Pasca Marke, mar. 22 July, 159:i. St. Neot Par. Reg. 
Dorothy, wife of Rich. Roberts, Mayor of Liskeard, and da. of Joseph ] 

Marke of Woodhill, Esq., died 13 Aug., and bur. 16 Aug. 1697. / 
John Marke, son of Will. Marke of Woodhill, bur. 28 Feb. 1614. I Mon. in Liskeard 

Margery, wife of Walter Tregasse, da. of John Marke, of Woodhill, died f Church. 

1 Dec. 1629. \ 

Emblyn Mark, gent, bur. 13 June, 1629. ) 

The Paul and Newlin Registers are inserted to shew the difference in the spelling of proper names. 



* Nich. Martin and Joan Cole were mar. 1628. 
I Ursula, da. of Phillip Courtney. 



Tavistock Par. Reg. 



138 



THE VISITATION OF THE COtJNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



John Matthew of Milton in Com. Corn-=j=Mary Da. of Tho. Phimley 
wall liveing 1620 of Lalivery P'ish of Dartmouth 



John 2 Thorn. 3 Anne Rebecka 2 Bridget 3 Edm. sone & hey. Mary 4 
1 Da. at. 14 1620 Dau. 

* JOHN MATHEW. 



iWartjth). 



John Mathew of St. Kew= 



* Da. of Vivian of^Willm Mathew of Penetenny Da. & hey. of=j=Emlin Da. of 



Trenouth ux. 2 



Tresungar relicta Johis Linan ux. 3 Willm 
Mathew= 



Rouse 1 wife 



Dorothy mar. to 
Rich. Foote 



2 Rich. ob. 
s. p. 



^Elizab. mar. to Jo. 
Sharock of Creed 



3Willm 3 fil. mar. the 
Da. of Wellington=r 



^ John Mathew of Penytenny=j=Winifred^ Da. of John Stone of Trevigo 



Andrew 
5 fil. un- 
maried 



Degorie 
4 fil. un- 
maried 



Edward 3 fil. 
mar. Rebecca 

fil Jones 

de Com. Devon 



I I 
John 

Mathew 

2 fil. ob. 

s. p. 



Willm ]\Iathew= 
ofPeuitenynow 
of Trcsln;ngar 
in Com. Corn- 
wall 



=Sibilla filia 
Johis Ros- 
carrock de 
Roscarock 
in Com. 
Cornw. 



1. Sibella 2. Katherin 3. Lady Mathew ^ John Mathew fil. primogenitus 
a;t. 6 5 2 ajtat. 4 annoru' 1620 



\2 \3 |4 

Jone mar. to _ Phillip mar. to Tamazin mar. 

Raphe Lawse Nicholas Canno to Robt. Lam- 

of Dewstock of St. Kew pen 



]\iary un- 
maricd 



1| 

Dorothy mar. to 

Crigorie Tom de 
Little Petherick 



A 



dated 



* This pedigree is much extended in Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 70, 

' Emlyu, da. of Kich. Vivian of Ti'enouth. — Eds. 
He mar. Wihiiot. da. of James Nanspyan of Gurlyn (see Nanspyan ped., j^oH) 
.it Tresunger 2 June 8 James, proved in London 80 July, 1610, names Wilmt 



His will, 
Imot his wife. 



his bro. John ShaiTock and wife, liis cousins John, Anne, and Phillip Sharrock, Sara and Ursula 
Lynam and his cousin George Lynam, Kichard, son of his brother Nicholas Mathe\ 



Mathew of Tregil 
dren, bro. William Mathew, cousin Jolm Foote, and his brother Foote's children. 
'•' Named in Rich. Mathow's will, preceding note. n 

< Mar. 3 N.n-.. 1573 (St. Minver), bur. 29 Oct., 1G06. 1 „, 

5 Bur. 11 June, ltJ34. ] '^^ 

6 Bur. 31 Oct., 1088, Endellion. 



Kew. 



(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



139 



^Nicholas^ mar. Jone^ Da. of John Randal=F 



* Richard 3 


5 Doro- 


^ Mary mar. to 


son ata. 


thy 


Walter Webb 


28 in 


gefcat. 24 


of Tintodgwell 


Oxonia^ 




in Com. Cornw. 



7 Willms Mathew fil. 
primogenitus mar. 
Susan ^ Da. of John 
Parsons of Black 
Torrington 



^ Sidrack 2 fil. mar. 
Jane Da. of Savory 
of .... & widow of 
John Eashley 



^"John Mathew fil. et haeres 5 annoru' " Dorothy set. unius anni ^^ -WiUm 2 fil. eet. 3 
DEGORY MATHEW. * WILLIAM MATHEW. 



Henry Maynard of Milton in Com. Devon=j=Johan da. of Jackman 



Constatyne=f=Agnes da. of Oliver 2 



Maynard of 
Milton 



John Haw- 
kyns of 
Tavestock 



William 3 



I I I I 

Johan Mary wife Alice Philip 

wife to to Wod- wife to wife to 

Chapman man Robyns Edgcomb 



Nicholas Maynard of Milton=i=Eliza. da. of Wal- Henry=pJulyan John 3 



Sonne & heir Living 1620 
mar. Jane da. of ^^Michell 
1 wife 



ter Langdon of 
Keverell 2 wife 



2 

living 

1620 



da. of 

i^Cos- Bartho- 

warth lomew 4 



Philippa 



Charles sonne & Rebecka Henry sonne Samuell 
heir fetat. 3 — & heir get. 6 2 sonne 

annoru' 1620 Elizabeth annoru' 



I I 
Barbara 1 

frances 2 



t NICHOLAS MAYNARD. 

HENRY MAYNARD. 



3 Bur. 4 June, 1641. St. Kew.- 
5 Bap. 8 Aug., 1596. „ 

7 Bur. 4 Aug., 1661. „ 

9 Bur. at Tintagel 4 Oct., 1625. 
12 Bap. 12 Dec, 1617. St. Kew. 



(J. M.) 



1 Named in Rich. Mathew's will. 

2 Bur. 21 Feb., 1608. ^ 

4 Bap. 28 May, 1592. 

s Mai-. 28 April, 1609. St. Kew. 

« Bur. 9 Aug., 1655. 

'0 Bur. 1701. " Bap. 3 Jan., 1619.; 

Henry, son of Will. Mathewe of St. Clements, bap. 6 June, 1610. Truro Par. Reg. 

* For continuation of the ped. of Mathew, registered at Heralds' College, see certified copy 

in ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i. pp. 564, 573. 

13 Gilbert Michell. See ped., 2}ost. " Henry Cosworth. See ped., ante, 

t Fed. fin. Cornwall 34 Edw. I. No. 4. Rich., son of John le Tailleur of Bodmin, qu. Bernard 
Maynard and Matilda his wife def. Messuage, etc., in Bodmin. 

Francis Vivian of St. Columta and Anna Maynard of Colon, mar. lie. dated 1677. 

Ric. Vyvian and Maria Mynars mar. 2 Nov., 1614. St. Austell Par. Reg. 

John Vivian and Margaret Minerd mar. at St, Mewan 1666. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 



140 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 



iHaj>narlr. 



Alexander Maynard de Tavistock et de=j^Honora filia Arthuri 
Medio Temple 4 filius Johis Mainard I Arscott de Tetcott 



III I 

1 Arthur 4 Allan ob. Jolin filius et liercs retat. 16 annoru' Joseph 2 fil. set. 13 
s. p. 1620 de medio Temple 

Not signed. 



Phillip Mayow of Lowe in Com. Cornwall^Marg* Da. of Snith of 
I S 

I 
Phillip Mayow^ of Lowe=Da. of AV^ebb of Tavistock in Devon 



John Mayow 2 of Lowe=pJoaue Da. of John Rashley of Foye 



Phillip Mayow ^ of Brey of Morvell=Edeth da. of Haniball Vivion 
in Com. Cornwall liveing 1620 of Trelawarren in Cornwall 

t PHILLIPPE MAYOW. 



Arthur Maynard and Johan Hitchings 
Oliver Maynard and Elinor Troute 
Jonathan Maynard and Thomazin Bickford 
Joseph, son of John Maynard, Esq., 
Alexander, ,, ,, ,, 

Arthur Maynard 

Andrew, son of John Maynard, Esq. 
Andrew, ,, ,, ,, 

Elias, „ Elias Maynard 

Philip Maynard and Joanne Crypse mar 
John, s. of John Mainerd, bap 

Agnes, wife of John Mainerd, bur, 

Will. Mainerd, son of John, bap 

Agnes Mainerd, wife of John M., bur, 



May, 




Tavistock Par. Reg. 



Buckland Mon. Par. Reg. 



' Margerie, da. of Phillip Mayow, mar. Jno. Coode, son of Walter Coode, 3 June, 1572. 
(Morval Par. Reg.) See also pcd. of Coode, ante. 

- Anne, da. of Jno. Mayow, mar. Godolphin Fletcher. See ped. of Fletcher, ante. 

3 Named in will of Haniball Vivian, dated 30 Nov., 1608, but bis wife is called Judith, not 
Edith. 

t Philip, son of Philip Mayow, gent., bap. 1639. "^ j>r i p j, 
Stephen Mayow bur. 10G8. 3 Morvai i ai. iic^. 

Philip Mayow of Morval and Martin Burthogg of Totnes, spinster, mar. lie. dated 1700. 
Wm. JoUey and Phillip Mayhow mar. at St. Columb Major 8 July, 1G17. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

Phil. Mayow, gent., and Dorothy, da. of Mr. Will. Mohun, mar. 1710. St. Ewe Par. Reg. 

[A'c'^e continued on next page. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 141 

Roger Menwynnick of Menwynnick == 



Willm Menwynick of Menwynick in Com. Cornwall= 



John Menwynick of Menwynick=Da. of Thorne of Thorne in Com. Devon 



Rob. Menwynick of Menwynick in Cornwall==Barbara Da. of Wolcott of Cornwall 



Elizb. Da. of Giles Pawlet=W'" Menwynnick of Menwynnick— Agnes Da. of Tho. 
of Swandrop in hampsh. in Cora. Cornw. liveinge 1620 I RoscorrockofRos- 

I corock in Cornwall 

Lewis sone & heyre atat. 15, 1620 



Nicho. 2 sone 
mar. Natha- 
niah Da. of 
Leonard Jolle 



John 3 sone mar. Robt. 4 
Anne Dau. of sone 

Bartholo. Hatherley 



Radigund ux' Alex' 
Tripcunny of S' 
Tue in Cornwall 



Anne ux' John 
Glyn of Boyton 
in Cornwa. 



WILLIAM MENWYNICK. 



Bp. of Exeter's 



bap. 1605. 

„ 1639. 
bur. 1615. 

„ 1645. 



bap. 



Menheniot Par. Reg. 



bur. 



mar. 
bur. 



30 Ap., 
3 Feb., 
5 May, 
18 Oct., 
18 Jan., 
15 June, 
14 Mar., 



Morval Par. Keg. 



{Note continued. ) 

Joseph Mayow and Elizb. Greby mar. 1677. Tywardreath Par. Reg. 

John Mayow, gent., and Phillip Roberts mar. at Lezaut 31 March, 1614. 
Transcripts. 

Grace, da. of Jno. Mayo, gent., 

Philip, son of Philip Mayow, gent., 

John Mayow, gent., 

Peter Mayow, gent., 

Stephen Mayow bur. 1668. 

Philip Mayow and Frances Stuckley, da. of Jno. Stuckley of Afton, 
Esq., mar. 22 Nov., 1635. 

Davis, son of John Mayowe, 

George, son of ,, 

Johanna, widow of John Mayowe, 

Matilda Mayowe, widow, 

Milsom, dau. of William Mayowe, 

John Mayowe 

William Mayowe 

Penta (Pentecost ?) dau. of John Mayow, 

Richard Bligh, gent., and Ann Mayowe 

John, son of Thomas Mayowe, 

Wm., „ 

John, ,, „ 

Katherine, wife of Nicholas Mayowe, 

Nicholas Mayowe 

Charles Harry and Margery Mayowe mar. 10 Nov., 1612. St. Kew. 

John Mayow, gent., and Philip Roberts mar. at Lezant 31 March, 1614. 
Exeter's Transcripts. 

There is another pedigree of Mayow or Mayhowe in Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 4, 

* Johannis Moone filius Willmi Monne p'ocliife Lyskeard et Joanna Menwyneeke conj. fu. 
1540. St. Pinnock Par. Reg. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 29 Hen. VI., No. 3. Stephen Kendall and Wm. Menwynnyk qu. and Wm. 
Horde and Johanna ux. lands in Polkinghorne, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. Mich., 1655. Rob. Couch qu. Leonard Jolle and Joan us. def. lands in 
etc. Alternon. 

Leonard Jolle bur. 1689. Alternon Par. Res:. Will, Bodmin, 



1570. \ 
1559. 

1569. 

1579. 

1588. 

1589. 

29 Feb., 1619. 

3 July, 1562. 

6 Ap., 1564. 

10 Jan., 1565. 
18 Aug., 1596. 

11 May, 1616. 



I St. Pinnock. 



Lanreath. 



(J. M.) 



Bp. of 
5. 



142 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Willm Michell of S* CoUomb= 



I 
John MicheU of S' CoUomb= 



John Michell of S' Collomb==Alice Da. of Pole Beanchamp 2 brother 
I to Beanchamp of Som'setsh. 



John ]Michell of Trewro=Jane Da. of Jo. Killygrewe 



John 1 sone of Trwro liveing 1620 mar. Cristabel James Michell 2 sonne of Trwro 
Da. of Rich. Rob'tes of Trwro=i= in Com. Cornw. liveino-e 1620 



Rich, sone & hey. at. 21, 1620 John 2 Samwell 3 Margerie Grace Anne 



I I I 

Alice ux' Pet. Wolcot Radignnd ux' W™ Yonge of Anne ux' Ellis Bartlet 

of Exiter Trent in Som'setsh. of Devo 

* JAMES MICHELL. 



Arms. Sa., a falcon close infesse Or. letiv. 2 coiises Ar. ; in chief, 2 falcons close of 
the secojul. 

Raph Michell of Bodmin=f= 



I I 

Gilbt. Michell 1 of=Fran. Da. of Antho.Roscarock Rich. Michelle Phillip Da. of 



Bodman Esq. 



of Crowane after mar. to John of Bodmin died Walt' Kendall 
Sanders of Bodmayn sanz issue of Pelljne 

A 



* Hercules Michell and Bethseba Sampson mar. 1621.1 

Rich., sou of Hercules Michell, bap. 1(J35. I „, t, t, 

George, „ „ ., „ ^^ruro Par. Reg. 

David, „ „ „ 1045. J 

William Carter and Margery Michell mar. 12 Nov., 1553. St. Col. Maj. Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

1 Inq. p. m. 11 Jas., part .S, No. 198. Gilbert died 28 March, 1G15 ; Phillip son and heir. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWAlli. 

Al 



143 



Jane ux' Nicho. Maynard of Phill.^ Michell Bodman Raph 2 Eichard Joane 
Mylton Abbott in Com.Devon now liveinge soe & — 4 sonne died 

= heire Gilbert 3 



Phillip Maynard 



PHILLIP MICHELL. 



Willms de Mohun cam into England w* w. Conqueror= 



Willms de Mohun= 



Willms de Mohun vocatus Comes Som's.- 



Willms de Mohun vocatus Meschines=f= 



Reginaldus de Mohun=f=Alicia fil. Willmi=Willms Paynell D'ns de Bamp- 
D'ns de Dunster de Brewer ton Primus Vir. ob. s. p. 



Willms Mohun 
habuit ex dono 
matris 
manoru' de 
Torry ob. sine 
herede 1265 



Anelina 

uxor 

Patricij 

Frisell 

Comitis 

deAnegos 



Alicia 
ob. 
sine 
hered. 



Gilbertus= 
Basset 1 
maritus 
ob. s. p. 



:Isabella=Reginaldus de-=Hawisia 

filia I Mohun fun- sororJohis 

Willi^ datorAbbatiEB filijGal- 

Comitis ' deNewhamin fridi 

Darbiae Maneria de Prima 

Axmist' 1246 uxor. ob. 

ob. 1257 1260 



Willms Mohmi fil. 2 dictus===Beatrix filia Reginald! 
de Mohun Otery ob. 1280 I fil. Petri 



Sibilla Isabella 



Reginaldus de Mohun 
ob. s. p. 



Maria ux. Johis 
Meriett ob. s, p. 



Alinora fil. et heres nupta 
Joh'i filio Nich'i Carew 



1 ^t. 19 et amp. 11 Jas. 

* John Drake and Johan Micliell mar. 28 June, 1601, at Lanreath. | g ^j Exeter's 

Phillip Michell, gent., and Blanche Carmenowe mar. at St. Winnow 16 >• Transcripts 

June, 1625. ) ■ 1 • 

Walter Kendall of Lostwithiel inscribed a stone in Bodmin Ch. to the memory of the 

above Blanch, who died 13 Sep., 1673, having survived her husband 15 years, 

2 William Ferrers, 



144 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



Reginaldus Lucia uxor 
de Mohun Johis Grey 
ob. s, p. de Codner 



Joh'es de Moluin= Johanna fil.^ 
de Dunstar fil. 1 Comitis de 
ob. 7 E. I. Ferrarijs 

Soror Isabel Ife 
Basset 



I I 

Alicia nupta Juliana 
Beauchamp de 
de Hatch lister 

miles et Bare 
Anglite 



Reginaldus 
de j\Iohun 
ob. s. p. 



I, I I 

Joh'es de ]\Iohun ob. in Gas-==AIiuora filia 2, Robtus 



conia evocatus ad parliament 
A" 28 E. I. 



Reginaldi 
filij Petri ^ 



3. Jacobus 



3 Joh'es de Mohun ob. A" 4 E. III.=Ada filia D'ni Pagani Tiptoft 



Joh'es de Mohun ob.=-f=Christiana fil. 



in vitapatris sepelitur 
apud Eboru' 



D'ni Johis 
Segrave ob. 
13'41 



I 
Rob'tus 2 fil.Duxit Elizab. 
fil. Rogeri occisus p' mali- 
ciam uxoris suae 1332 



I 

Joh'es de Mohun fuit in minori= 
etate et custodia avi eius et p' 
eumvenditur p' sex centis mercis 
Dno. Bartholomeo de Burwash 



=Johanna * filia 
Bartholomei 
Burwash 1343 



Margareta 
uxor D'ni 
Johis Carew 



Alinora uxor 
D'ni Rad'i de 
Willingtou 
ob. s. p. 



Elizabetha 
ob. s. p. 



Elizab. uxor Willi Montague Matild. fil. et Phillippa uxor Edwardi Duels 
had issue Willm slaine in his her. ux. Johis Eboru' et postea uxor Walter! 
father's life D'ni Stranofe fitz Walter 



6. Paganus 8. Patriciiis Reginaldus 4 filius Duxit Baldwin Thomas 3 

— — Elizab. filiara Johis Fitz 5 filius filius ob. 

7. Lawrentig^ 9. Henricus Williams militis s. p. 



Johannes de Mohun==Johanna fil. St. Aubin 



Thomas de Mohun fil. et heres==Elizab. fil. et hfcr. Rici Hajre 



Willms Mohun fil. et h£eres=p Johanna fil. Cavell 



' William. Earl ferrei'si. 

- Afterwards mar. to Sir William ^lartin, and called da. of William Fitz-Pierse hi Mohun 
pcd., 'Visit. Devon, 1620," p. 185, which see for further information. 

^ Inq. p. m. 4 Edw. III. No. 35. Johcs do Mohun ob. 4 Edw. III. John de Mohun, his 
grandson, and heir, 

* Inq. p. m. 6 Hen. IV. No. 33. Elizabeth, Matilda, and Phillipa, her dau'rs and coheirs. 

' i'rum him descended Mohun of Tavistock. See ' Devon, 1G2U,' p. 185. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



145 



1 Willms Mohun fil. Willmi=j=Isabella filia et Coh. Hugonis Courtney 



I 

1 Johes de Mohun fil. et ha3res=r Amicia fil. Rici Code 



Isabella uxor 
Joli'is Nicolls 



^Reginaldus de=FJohanna soror 



Mohun fil. et 
heres 



Hugonis Tre- 
vanian militis 



Johannes 
Mohun 
ob. s. p. 



Johanna uxor 
Rosoffan 



Hugh 

Reginald 

Johannes 



.all ob, Johis 
s. p. Horsey et 
haeres 



fil. et heres^ 



Elizab. fil.=pWilims Mohun=Anna^ Isabella uxor 2. Jana* 

fil. Martliei Tre- — 

Willmi winward de 3. Anna 

Ros- Cornwall — 

kemraer 4. Honor 



5 Willms 
mohun 



5 Thomas 
mohun 



Arundell mo- 
hun ob. s. p. 



Jane ux. Joh'is 
Speccot miles 



Brigett uxor Tho. 
Arundell militis 



Willm Mohun ^ 
2sonmar.Honor 
da. & Coh. of 
John Trencreke 
Esq. 



Maria fil. Hen.^Reginaldus Mohun 5=pPhillippa fil. Edith uxor. 



Killigrey mil. 
ux. 1 



miles et Baronettus 
mar. Dorathy Da. of 
John Chidley 3 wife 



Johis Heale Radi Horsey 
2 uxor. militis 



1. Nathaniell a3t. 24 

2. Phillipp ob. 
Thomas set. 16 



Willms ob. 
s.p. 1613 



Reginald 
mohun 2 
fil. feta. 
15,1620 



Ferdinado 
3 fil. a^tat. 



Georgius 
4 fil. 
astat. 7 
annoru' 



Dorothia set. 16 annoru' '^Brigett 9 ^ Penelope 9 ^ jyjargaret 1 et demid. 

* 

1 All named iu Iiiq. p. m. Edward Courtuey, Eaii of Devon, 4 and 5 Phil, and Mary, pt. 2, 
Nos. 4 and 6. Reginald de Mohun being one of the coheirs, set. 47 et amp. 3 and 4 Phil, and Mary. 

2 luq. p. m. 30 Elizab., pt. 2, No. 43. Ob. 6 April, 1587. Eegiuald Mohun, sou and heir, 
set. 23 et amp. 

3 Called Margaret in Mohun ped., ' Devon, 1620,' p. 186. 
'' She mar. John TrefEry of Foye. See ped., pud. 

5 All named in Inq. p. m. Sir Will Mohun, note 2. 

6 John Nicholls of Trewane. Esq., and Mrs. Bridget Mohun, da. of Sir Eeginald Mohun, 
Kt. and Bart., mar. at Bocounoc 15 April, 1635. '\ 

'' Bap. at Boconnock 29 Jan., 1608-9. VBp.of Exeter's Transcripts. 

8 „ „ 27 June, 1619. ) 

* Nathaniel, s. of Wm. Mohune, Esq., and Jane, da. of Tho. Trefusis, gent.,^ 
mar. 29 July, 1624. 1 Constantine 

Tho. Trefusis, s. of Tho. T. the elder, and Mary, da. of Wm. Mohan, Esq., Par. Keg. 
mar. 1626. > 

Tho. Mouue and Cunstice Cloke mar. 1673. ) Tywardreath or St. Sampson's 

Willm., son of Tho. Moime and Constes, bap. 1676. ) Par. Reg. 

Barbara Mohun bur. 1677. St. Enoder far. Reg. 

U 



146 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Johannes Mohun fil.=prelicta Rogori ^ Elizab. nupta Johi Trelani 

ct h«?res ret. 25 Aston militis of Trelani in com. Cornwall 



I I 

Joh'es Mohun fil. et hasres ast. 5 2 filite 

* RAYNOLD MOHUN. 

' Bap. 10 Feb., 1593. St. Pinnock Par. Reg. 

* Charles, son of John Mohun, Esq., bap. 25 Aug., 1622. | Mevagissev Par. Reg. 

Philippa, da. ., ,, 1623. ) = - & 

Warwick IMohuu of Bocounock and Anna Addis of Plymouth, spinster, mar. lie. dated 
23 Nov.. 1704. 

Guarvicus Mohun de Luny Armiger et Anna Addis hoc anno etiam nempe Dccembris 
Octavo in Ecclesia Parochiali de Stoke Damerel juxta Plimothia in agvo Devoniensi Nuptias 
iuierunt 1704. St. Ewe Par. Reg. 

Johannis Moone, filius Willmi ]\Ioune, Pochiaj Lyskeard, et Joanna ^ 

Menwynecke were mar. 1540. 

Thos. Moune of Liskeard and Alicia Wood „ 1562. 1 St. Pinnock 

Ann. da. of Cornelius Moone, gent., and Jane, bap. 1666. / Par. Reg. 

Mary, „ „ „ „ 1667. 

Beatrice, ,. „ „ ., 1673.J 

Edw., son of Thos. Mohun, bap. 1617. \ 

Thos. Moohun, gent., and Johan Harris mar. at Peter Tavy 1614. 

Wm. Moore and Frances Mohune „ 1617. \ Tavistock Par. Reg. 

Josias Mohune bur. 1626. [ 

Mr. Thos. Mohun „ 12 Dec, 1644. J 

Willm, s. of John and Emma Moone, bap. 1653. 

John, ,, ,, ,, ,, 1657. qj- v P P 

Ambrose Moon and Jane Harding of Fowey mar. 1685. '^ ' '^^P ' '^^^ 

Will. Moone bur. 1655. ' 

Delia, da. of Will. Mohun, bap. 1667.' 

Wanvick. son of „ Esq. ., 8 Dec, 1668. 

Warwick Mohun bur. 12 March, 1714. \o. -c, t. t. 

Ann Mohun „ 6 Jan.! 1714. ' ^^- ^"''^ ^ ''^^- ^"'° 

John Mohun. Esq. .. 1719. 

Warwick Mohun. Esq. ,. 27 Oct., 1733.^ 

Rob. Morshead and Jlarv Moone mar. 1639. Menheniot Par. Rep 

Edith, da. of Will. Mohun, gent., bap. 15 Aug., 1566.^ 

Will., son of „ Esq. „ 1 Sep., 1571. 

Arundell, ., .. ,. .,16 Sep., 1576. 

Bridget, da. of Mr. Will. Mohun „ 1579. 

Margt., „ „ ,. 1608. 

Will., son of Will. Moon, ,. 1611. 

Tho.. „ „ Mohun, „ 1613. , 

Tho. Clark and Pascoc Moone mar. 13 Nov., 1687. | Lanteglos by Fowey 

John, son of Philip Moone. bap. 1687. j Par. Reg. 

Nioholas, son of Simon Mohoon, bap. 1709. Wendron I\ar. Reg. 

Charity, da. of Matthew Moon and Jane his wife, bap. Oct., 1719. ^ St. Blazey 

Philip, son of M.atthew Mohun and Jane his wife, bur. 6 Ap., 1721. ) Par. Reg. 

(In Bishop's Teignton Par. Reg., Devon, appears a parallel change from Bohun to Boon.) 

In St. Ewe"s Church is a monument with a bust to the memory of William Mohun, Esq.. 
•• The last of that Ancient Name and Noble Family," who died 2 Dec, 1737, set. 32. 

Margaret, sister and coh. of Reginald Mohun, married Charles Roscarrock of Roscarrock. 
Vitic ped. of Roscarrock, ' Hist, of Trigg, vol. i., p. 562. 

To all, etc. Sir John Granville of Stowe, Kut., sends greeting, etc. Know, etc., I, John Grenville, 
have remised, etc., to the Rt. Hon'blc Warwick. Lord Mohun, Baron of Okehampton. son and 
heir of John Mohun, dec"d. being in full jxjssession, all my estate, etc., in the IManors of Bodmin 
and Bocarrcn, etc., sometime the lauds of inheritance of Sir Willi.am Bevill. Knt.. Philip Bevill. 
Escj.. John Bevill, Esq., Sir Bernard Greuvile, Knt., and Sir Bevill Grenvile. Knt.. some or one of 
them, which s.iid premises the said Sir Beville Grenvile. father of me, the said Sir John Greuvile, 
did sell to John, Lord Mohun. father of the .said Warwick, Lord Mohun, etc., etc. Dated 18 Oct., 
1657. — Deed among the muniments at Boconnoc. (J. M.) 

William Mohen .t Thomasine Langson mar. 26 Oct., 1607. St. Breward Par. Reg. \ ,j ,, , 

Johan, the wife of Robert Mohan, was buried 2 Dec, 1582. St. Mabyn ,, ) ^ •' 

Wm. Mohun, Esq., bur. 24 Dec. 1707. at Creed. Archd. Trans. 
For extensive ped. of Mohun, see Harl. MS. 3288. 
The Moon family is dispersed about the county, some following the occupation of Ijasket makers. 



Fowey Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 147 

John Mowlesworth of Helpeston in Com. Northpt, Esq. tempore H. VIII.=r 
. _ ^ ^1 

John Mowlesworth of=T=Margaret da. of William Westcott William 2 Mary un- 
Helpeston aforesaid of Handsaker in com. Staff. Esq. sonne s.p. maried. 
Sonne & heire 



I I I I 4 

Anthony Moles- Robt, 2 John Mowlesworth of pencarrow=i=Cathernie l^da. & 
worth of fodringay — in Com. Cornub. living 1620. his 

Sonne & heire Bevile 3 2 wife Philip da. of Hen.^ Rolle 

of Heanton=F 



coheire of John 
Hendor of 
Botreaux castle 
1 wife 



Mary 3 Honor 6 Sender Mowlesworth Jane wife to willm Elizabeth wife to 
— — Sonne & heir tetat. 23 Risdon of vileston John Tredinhani 

Martha 4 Grace 7 annoru' 1620. in Devon Esq. of Cornwall 



^Philipp 5 



Philip Risdon sonne & heir atat. 3 Annoru' 1620. Valentyne 2 sonne Grace 

^ p. JO. MOLESWORTH. 



Rich. Murthe of Murthe=plsabell Da. of John Andrew 
in Cornwall of Michellstowe in Cornw. 



John Murth=j=Isabell Da. of Jo. Carver of Carver in Cornw. 
of Murth I Sisf & Coh. of Rich, hir brother 



John Murth of Murth= 



John Murth of Murth= 



Hugh Murth of Mui-the=rConstance Da. of Jo. Kt. of Treganaw 

1 Called Moris Rolle, ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 244. 

s Bap. at Egloshaile 22 Nov. 1612. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

* For memoir and extended pedigree, see ' History of Trigg Minor,' vol. ii., pp. 4G3, 472. 



148 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 
A^l 

John Murth of Taland^pJuano Da. & hey. of John Taland 
in Com. Cornwall | of Taland in com. Corn. 



John Murth of Taland=j=Katherin Da. & cohey. of 
in Com. Cornwall I Tho. Tregosa of Penpole 



Edward Murth^ of Penpolle^f^Elizab. Da. of John Trefry 
in Com. Corn. of Foye in Com. Cornwall 



John Murth of Taland=f=Anne Da. & cohey. of Baltizer 
in Cam. Cornwall Esq. I Butler of Stone in com. Devon 



Honor Mary Gartred Edward Murth filius et ha^res Barnard 2 filius 
ait. G Annorum 1G20 set. 3 menses 

* JO. MORTHE. 



William Morton of Launceston=pMawd da. of John Squire 



Thomas ^lorton now ^Iaior= 
of Launceston living; 1620 



Oliver Morton of=j=]\rargery da. of William 



Stithcans living 
1620 



Kendall 



John Morton sonne & heir astat. 3 annoru' 1620 Temporance 1 da. Martha 2 

OLYVER MORTON. 



' Mr. Edward Murth was buried 27 Jau. 1G02, at Anthony in Mcncagc. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. (J. M.) 

* Thomas Morthc, gent., bur. 1000. Anthony in Jlencage Par. Eeg. 

Ped. tin. Cornwall, Eliz. Edward Morthc, gent., (ju. Thomas Vyvyan, gent., def. quarter 
part of lands in PenpoUc-Melyn, Jlanoid al's Manor Mylls, Carne Grcowe. Toba al's Gyllyn 
Wollas. Trelcge Vcan, 8t. Anthony, St. Kevcrnc, and Maunaccan. Edward paid Thomas £40. 

Pet. to Pari. 12 and 13 Ed. IV. John Vivian of Trelowan'cn, gent., and Anor his wife, set 
forth that on the 2nd Aug., 12 Ed. IV., Jas. Gerves, Juo. Mayowe, jun., late of Fowey, Kob. 
Tokcr. iind o'rs, servants unto Tho. Trethcwc, Esq., Coroner of Cornw., " arraicd in manor of 
wcrrc," with bows and arrows, swords, bucklers, etc., did lay await to murder him and his on 
their way to the Chapel of St. James, Tregours (Trcgoney ?), on pilgrimage, and maimed Vivian, 
his wife and sou Ivichard, and murdered ''oon John Moilhurc. gent., nevewe and servaunte " to 
the said John Vivian. Itot. Pari., vol. vi., p. 54. 

For continuation of this ped., see Couche's ' Hist, of Polpcrro," Lond., 1871. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 



149 



Mo^tll 



iRich. Moyle of St. Austle in Cornw.=j=Ma]72 Da. of Lawrence Kendall^ 



Lowdy nxor Hen. Ashe *Rich. Moyle of Austle=j=Emlin5 Da. of The, Vivien of St. 
of Sowton in Devon liveing 1620 I CoUomb in Com. Cornwall 



Davy 2 sonne John sone & hey. ^Olive 1 Da. ^Barbara 2 Mary 3 
atat. 11, 1620 

RCH. MOYELL. 



1 Rich. Moyle, gent., bur. 17 Aug., 1589. "^ „, . , „ p j. 

" Maria, wife of Rich. Moule, bur. 5 Dec. 1573. ) ''^- ^^steii rar. neg. 

^ By his wife Katherine, niece of Tho. Munday al's Wandsworth, last Prior of Bodmin (see 
note under Munday). 

* Rich. Moyle, gent., bur. 14 June, 1654. (St. Austle Par. Reg.) Will 1 Nov., 1653, prob. 
P. C. C. 1 July, 1654. Alchiu, 144. Of the p'ish of St. Austell, gentleman, to be bur. near my 
auncestors in the South Chauncell of the p'ish Ch. of St. Austell. Bequests to poor of said p'ish 
£100 ; to poor of St. Mewan, £3 ; to poor of Mevagizy, £12. 

To my daughter Olave Trebarfett, £5. (She was relict of Harris of St. Issey, see note p. 90.) 
,. ., Barbara Carlyon. £5. (For her descendants, see 'Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., 

page 319.) 
,, my grandchild Richard Harris, £30. 
,, „ Barbara Carlyon. £10. (She married Rich. Scobell of Menaguins. See 

' Hist, of Trigg.') 
,, „ Richard Moyle, £5. 

„ „ Samuel Moyle, the Manor of St. Austell prior within the p'ish of St. 

Austell. 
„ Jane Moyle, £10 ; to Ann, Philip, Mary, and Emblen Moyle, each £100. 
„ my sister Loveday Ash's two errandsons, £10 each, and her five granddau'rs, legacies. 
„ Ric. Moyle of St. Columb Ma^or, £5. 
„ John Moyle „ „ £10. (A weaver.) 

Sou David Moyle, Executor. 

John Vivian of St. Columb Major, Esq., and Walter Moyle of St. Gennans, gentleman, to be 
overseers of the will. 

* Rich. Moyell. gent., and Emblin Vivian, mar. 80 Jan. 1606. St. Columb Major Par. Reg. 
Emblyn, wife of Rich. Moyle, gent., bur. 21 July, 1648. St. Austell Par. Reg. 

^ Both named in the will of Rich. Moyle, note 4. 

* This ped. is carried four generations earlier in Harl. MS. 1079, commencing with Odo 
Moyle of Rosgerence. whose grandson John Moyle mar. Agnes, da. of Jno. Vivyan of Chipons. 
Probably Moyle obtained Rosegrcuce through an early marriage with Vivyan, for by Ped. fin. 21 
Hen. VI. No. 1, Odo Vyvyan and Matilda his wife held Resgerense among other lands. For 
another short descent of Moyle, see ped. of Jenkyn, atite. 

Thomas Moyle and Honor Landare, mar. Feb. 1672. 

Mary, da. of Posen (? Parson) Moyle and Tamsin, bap. 1638. 

John, son of Samuel Moyle, gent., and Minister, bap. at Liskeard, 1630. • -r, f y. . , 

James Moyle and Elizab. Vivian, mar. at St. Columb Major, 1615. l^l\°^ s^xetev s 

Jane Moyle, vndow, bur. ,, „ 9 Feb., 1634. 

Jno. Moylle and Johan his wife, mar. 5 May, 



Rich. Moylle and Johan Barne, 

Rich. Moyle and Maria Bray, , 

David, son of Rich. Moile, gent., 

John Moyle, 

Elizab., da. of Rich. Mule, 

John, son of David Moyle, 

Charles, ,, ,, 

Nich., „ „ 

Jno. Moyle, gent., 

Joseph, son of David Moyle, gent. 

David Moyle, gent., 



^" >-St. Winnow Par. Reg. 

' 1 



Transcripts. 



St. Columb Major Par. Reg. 



bap. 23 April, 1620. 
bur. 1 Feb., 1566. 

„ 9 Aug., 1572. 

„ 1654. 

„ 1662. 

„ 10 June. 1664. 

,. 16 Dec. 1670. 
, „ 24 Aug., 1672. 

„ 5 May, 1672. 



St. Austell Par. Reg. 



[Xote continued on following 2}('0<^' 



150 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



jHoj^lt. 



Edw. Trcdiniek Lo. of Tredinick in Com. Cornwall 



Piob'tus ]\Iovlc Christian uxor Adam de Bath Rog. Tredinick Alice ux"" Rich. 
Sanzdate=F' (Back?) 10 Ed. Ill.=r =r Hallacorabe=p 
T I I ^1 

I r I I 

Reginald Moyle Thomas Thomas Ricliard 

T ^ ^ T 

I III 

Roger Moyle 29 Ed. I. John John Alice ux. Tho. "\^ indsor 



William Moyle 1 Ed. III. Willm Bake Richard Agnes uxor Rich. Isabell ux-- 

= Fortescue=r John Ritt 



Mohn Moyle= 
1 Sonne 



=da. & heir Roger Moyle 2=j=Johannafilia Nicholas Richard 



of Patford 



sonn to Willm 
Moyle 



et heres ux"^ 



John sanz 
issue 



John Moyle==Elinor da. & coheir 
I of WiUm Tirrell 



John Moyle=Agnes Da. & hey. of Rich, 
of Bake I Fortescue of Hollocombe 



Johana ux. 
Edw. Burn- 
bury 



.... wife 
to Keate 



.... wife 
to Trega- 
saw 



Margaret wife 
to Kelley of 
Southweek 



I 

Rich. Moyle= 
of Bake in 
Cornwall 

A 



=Eliza. da. of 
willm fortescue 
of preston in 
com. Devon 



(i\7)f<; cont'inved.) 

Ann, da. of Kicb. Jloyle, gent., 

Mary Moyle, widow. 

Rich., son of Rich. Moile. gent., 

Emlin, da. of ,, 

Mrs. Alice Moyle, 



bur, 



1683. 
168.5. 
23 May, 1686. 
1687. 
1714. 



St. Austell Par. Reg. 



Frances, da. of Samuel ^loylc, Vicar, and Hester, ux., bap. 1689. "^ St. Mcrryn 

Walter, son of Mr. Samuel Moyle, clerk, deceased, ,, 1690. ) Par. Reg. 

Elizb., da. of David IMoil. bap. 1695. Gulval Par. Reg. 

Rich. Moyle and Martha John, mar. Feb. 1609. ") j ,, p r> 

Daniel Moyle and Anne Pike. ., Oct. 1674. j ^=^i^saUoes 1 ar. tveg. 

Ann, da. of Mr. Samuel Moyle and Dorothy, bap. 1673. 



David, son of ,. 




,, 1679. 




Ann. da. of ., 




bur. 1676. 




David, son of 




„ 1679. ) Truro Par. Reg. 


Samuel, „ ,, 




„ 1681. 


Dorothy, wife of „ 




„ 1687. 


Mr. Samuel Moyle, 


bur. 25 Jan. 1717.J 


IMartavn Jloile and Ellenor John, 


mar 


1681.1 


Richard Moile and Willm. Perrow 


,. 


1687. >-G\vennap Par. Reg. 


George Moile and Susan Pen'ow, 


„ 


1689.) 





' Ped. fin. Cornwall 41 Edward III. No. 4. Int. John Moil and Matilda his wife qu. Ralph 
Padreda of Lostwithiel and Matilda his wife def. Lands in Polscoth, &c. Moil jiaid 100 silver 
marcs. 

Ped. fin. Cornwall 5 Rich. II. No. 11. Int. Stephen Bony qu. John Moyle dc Bodmalgau, 
Junior, and Johanna his wife, def. Bodmyn, Lostwythiel, Bonathalek, etc. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF COENWALL. 

Al 



151 



Willm. 3 Sonne Robt. 1 sone ^ John Moyle=Anne Da. of Jone ux. Tho. Kendall 
ob. sine p'le ob. sine p'le 2soae&heire j Tho. St. ofTreworgey 
I Tavyi 

• I 

^Eobt. Moyle sone & heire=Anne Da. of Hen. Lock 

of Bake in Cornwall I of Acton in Midd. 



^John Moyle of Bake in=Admonition da. of Edm. Predieux 
Cornw. liveing 1620 I of Netherton in Devon Esq. 



John Sonne & heire atat. 6, 1620 Anthonie 2 sonne Anne 1 Bridgett 2 

JOHN MOYLE. 



jMunUap. 



]\runday= 



*Thoraas Munday 
Prior of Bodmin 
temp. Hen. VIII. 



John Munday who being a younger brother of^=Joan Da. of J . . 
the family of Munday in the County of Derby Man of .... 
cam into Cornwall about 80 yeares since & 
lived at Rialton, who cam through the mcanes 
of his Brother Tho. Prior of Bodmin 

A 



J Ob. 28 Sept. 28 Elizb. Inq. p. m. 30 Elizb., pt. 2, No. 70. Rob. Moyle, son and heir. (Ilis 
wife was a da. of St. Aubyn.) 

2 ^t. 30, 30 Elizb. Tlie ped., Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 196, gives him two bros., Geo. and Will., 
and three sisters, Joane, Elizabeth, and Ann, wife of John Prideaux. 

^ John Moyle of St. Germans, ar., and Admonition Prideaux, da. of Edmond Prideaux of 
Farway. Mar. lie. 1 Sept. 1612. 

* Admonition, da. of Nathaniel Moyle, Esq., bap. 29 July, 1670 ; bur. !(']72. \ 
John, son of „ „ 27 Aug. 1672. I Eglosliay'e 

Nathaniel, „ ,, „ 1673. / Par. Reg. 

Mrs. Sarah, wife of Nathaniel Muyle, gent. bur. 1702. / 

Tho., son of Tho. and Dorothy Moyle, bap. 1672. "J „ ^. p „ 
Tho., „ „ and PrisciUa Moyle, „ 1693. ] ^"*^" ^^"""^ ^^^- '^'^S- 
Francis, son of Charles Tredeuecke, Esq., bap. 20 Nov. 1565.\ 

"Wm. Godolphin and Jane Tredcneck, mar. Oct. 1571. 1 

Warren Williams and Constantia Tredinnick, „ 1606. I St. Breock. 

Nicholas Tredinick, gent., and Francisca Brabin, ,, 1616. j Par. Reg. 

John Carter, gent., and Maria Moyle, „ 1616-17. 

John Tredenuick, gen., and Alicia Randall, „ 1626. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 33 Edw. Ill, No. 3. Int. Radulphus de Tredynck and Amiciam, ux. oius 

qu. Ric'um Baldewyne Cajiellanus, def. Lands in Carnewynek Wartha and Trenaek settled on 

Ralph and Amicia, and their heirs. 

■» Tho. Mundye al's Wansworth, will dat. 17 Feb. 1548 ; P. P. C. 16 Feb. 1554, More 19, men- 
tions intended marriage between his nephew Will. Mundy and Elizb. da. of Humphry Prideaux, 
" when and as soon as she came to lawfull age according as I certified the King's Councill by my 
writing what time I was judged to dye.'' Also mentions his nephew Lawrence Kcnd.all. and 
Katherin Kendall bis wife. 



152 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



Roger ]\runday Willm Munday son &=Katherin Da. of Wil- Richard munday 
2 son de Rialton hey. of John of Rialton cock de Com. Cornwall 3 fil.de Rialton 



Robt. Katherin mar. to 
Munday ]\rarose Tredinick 
of Brcge 



^ John Munday de= 
Rialton, Anne Da. 
of Tho. Mayowe 2 
wife=F 



=EmelynDa.&Coh. 
of AVillm Wey of 
Lestithell in Com. 
Cornwall 



Joane mar. to 
Ric. Tregolse 
of Tregolse 



John o fil. 
ajtat. 20 



Anne 
aUat.21 



Richard 4 
m. set. 18 
secus 



Thomas ]\Iunday= 
de Rialton in 
Com. Cornwa. 



^Barbara Da. of John "Willm. 
Roope of Little Dart- 2 fil. 
mouth in Com. Devon setat. 30 



I I I I II II 

1 Mary- John Munday 2 Ambrose a3t. 9 4 Anthonie 7 

— fil. primogeni- — — 

2 Dorothy tus retat. 12 3 Thomas ?et. 8 5 Willm 6 

3 Dulsabolla * 



6 Beniamin 3 

7 Frances 3 
menses 



1 John Munday of Kialtou, Cornw., gent, (collated wills Exeter), to be bur. in Ch. of St. 
Columb the Lower. To eldest sou Tho. M. Ryalton and Peterwthk in Bailiwick of Huud. of 
Pider, lands in I'orthvean and Perin ; to sou Will. M., £100. and tent, of Penrose and p.art of 
Manor of Ryalton ; to dau's. Dorothy, Carthart. Loveday. Philippa, Margery, and Emiliu the 
youngest, each £100; to Anne my now wife, 200 marks. Tho. M., the son, exor. Overseers, 
Walter Kendall, Esq., Hen. Courteney. Esq.. Jno. Courtis, and Ric. Grossman. 

- Bap. at St. Columb Minor, 5 Jau., 1009-10. Bp. of Exeter's Ti-anscripts. 

* John Munday, gent., and Anne Mayow. da. of Mr. Thos. Mayow of Trey, mar. 2 Jan., 

159t;. Menheniot Par. Reg. 
Anthony Munday of Penryu, gent., and Anna Boyle of St.Wenn. Mar. lie. dated 15 Nov., 

1614. 
Anthony Munday bur. 1677. St. John's Par. Keg. 

Nan, wife of John Munday. gent., bur. 9 Jan., 1614. | t ,.^i,^|i,cath Par. Reg. 
John Munday. gent., „,...)•' ° 

Jane, da. of Mr. Edw. Munday, gent., bap. 1620. Madron Par. Reg. 

Will., sou of Hugh Munday, burT 11 Dec, 1598, at St. Ewe. Bp. of Exeter"s Transcripts. 
Mary, da. of Nich. !Mund.ay, gent., and Mary, bap. 1658. i 

Nich. Munday of Mawnan, gent., sou of Thos. Munday, dec'd, and Mary, da./ 

of Sam. Trefusis of Constautiue. gent., were mar. 9 Nov., 1657. (Also I Mawnan 

in Constautiue Par. Reg.) ( Par. Reg. 

Sam. Pentire, son of Rich. Peutire of the Boro' of Tregoney, gent., and \ 

Julian Munday. da. of Thos. Munday. gent., were mar. K? April. HJTO. J 
Will., son of Will. Munday and Temperance his wife, bap. 2 Mar. 164."). MuUion Par. Reg. 
Thos. Munday and Florence John of Mullion, mar. 1719. Ruan M.ajor Par. Reg. 
Elizb., da. of Will. Muudaye, bap. 1575.) 

Malachi, son of „ ,, 1590. i 

Henry, „ ., „ 1592. ; Fowey Par. Reg. 

Will., „ ., „ 1596. 

Thos., ., Will. Munday. Mariner, ,, 1703.' 

Will., son of Hugh Munday. bur. Dee. 11, 1589. Cuby Par. Reg. 
Jane. da. of ., bap. 1608, at Cuby. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Deed, date omitted, settlement by Robt. Keste of St. Neott. yeoman, on his .son and heir, 
George Keste, who married Joan. da. of Robt. Munday of Penryn, merchant. Harl. MS. 624.^, fo. 37. 

Lawrence Kendall married Katlicriiie, dau. of John JIunday, and niece of the Prior, who 
settled on them certain Priory lands. Observe the recurrence of the names Lawrence Kendall 
with that of Mund.ay in Mcneage ; see notes under Kendall. 

Williani, son of Humjjhrey Prideaux, married Johanna, another da. of John Mundy. Aug- 
mentation, Hill. 34 Hen. VI 11. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



153 



^Dorothy mar. to 
Francis Rawle of 
St. Gilt Cornw. 



Gartrud. mar. to 
John Ede of 
Bodmin 



Lowday mar. to 
Rich. Kensham 
of St. Keverne 



2 Phillip mar. to Margerie 5 
John Martin of — 

St. Erven Cornw. Emlin 6 



THO. MUNDAY. 



#anfee\3ell alias Ctppett. 

Nankevill of CoUomb Maior or St. "Wenn. 
Tipett Nankevill of Collomb Maior in Cornwall 

John Nankevill of Collomb Maior=F 



Jenkin Nankevill of Collomb Maior 



Marke Nankevill of Collomb Maior=p 



Rich. Nankevill of St. "Wenn in Com. Cornwall 

A 



=Mary Da. of John Gaveregan 



' Francis Rawle and Dorothy Munday, mar. 29 Oct. 1605.\ \ 

2 John Martyn, gent., and Phillip Munday, 
* John Turnavyne and Honour Mundaye, 

Thomas Munday of Ryalton, gent., and Gillian 

Carnsewe, gent., 
John Ugler and Rebecca Munday, 
Nicholas Langmaid of East AUington, Devon, 
gent., and Mary Mundaye of Eyalton, dau. 
of Thomas Munday, gent., „ , , 

Robert Munday and Jane Roberts, „ 7 Nov. 1637. / _ Minor \ (J. M.) 

Thomas Munday, gent., and Margaret Cooke, 
Ambrose Munday, gent., and Elizabeth Carne, 
John Andrew, gent., and Mrs. Julian Munday, 
"William Pitts and Dunsabella Munday, 
Lawrence Michell and Elizabeth Munday, 
Nicholas, son of Thomas Munday, gent., 
Emlyn, dau. of „ 

Roger Carne and Dorothy Munday, 
Thomas Grossman and Emlin Munday, (") 
An, dau. of John Munday, gent., bap. 3 Oct. 1636. Fowey Par. Reg. 
William Munday of St. Columb the lower. Will dated 29 Nov., 1650, names Brother Carnes, 
eldest daughter, and his younger children ; brother Ambrose Munday's daughters ; brother Long- 
man's children ; John Munday and Thomas Munday, sons of his brother Thomas ; Ann, dau. to 
John Munday, his ex""' ; his father Thomas Munday (dec'd) ; Magdalen, daughter of John 
Munday ; brother John Munday, Exr. Appoints his uncle John Munday of Tretharas, brother 
Ambrose Munday, and Roger Carne, Overseers. Probate 29 Nov. 1650. (Pembroke 181.) (J. M.) 
(•) See Ped. of Grossman, ' Hist, of Trigg Minor,' vol. i., p. 298 ; see also notice of Munday 
family in the same work, p. 309, 

X 



mar. 29 Oct. leOS.-j 




,. 20 Nov. 1607. 




„ 22 Oct. 1622. 




„ 4 Feb. 1625. 




„ 4 Feb. 1627. 




„ 29 April, 1633. 


I St. Columb 


„ 7 Nov. 1637. 


/ Minor 


„ 1 Feb. 1639-40. 


Par. Regs. 


„ 1 June, 1640. 




„ 6 Feb. 1642. 




„ 11 Ap. 1687. 




„ 19 Aug. 1690. 




bap. 1 May, 1622. 




„ 2 Oct. 1633. 




mar. 22 Sept. 1634./ 




„ 20 Nov. 1621. 


Bodmin. 



154 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

A I 



I ;! I 2 I 1 

Willin. ^Marke ma da. John Nankevill al's Tipott of^Kath"" Da. of Hura- 



of Dagge of St. Earth St. Wenn liveinge 1620 
in Corn. 



phrey Arscott 



Rich, sone and hey. atat. 13 Joane 1 Da. at. 18 Katherin 2 Da. atat. Ifi 



JOHN NANKEVELL 
Al's TIPPETT. 



#an5iptan. 



1^ I 

Edward Elizab. ux 

oh. s. p. Walter 

Anyon 



Jolm Nanspyan=j=Joane Da. & hey. of Tho. Tregose 

I 2 .. 



|1 



James Nanspyan=j=Grace Da. Hen. Nanspyan=Margt Da.of 



of Garlyniucom 
Cornwall 



of John 
Penrose 



of Crowen in 
Com. Cornwall 



Rich. 
Roberts of 
Truro 



^Catherine ux. Miehell 
Vivion of Phillick in 
com. corn. 



Zenobia ux. Rich. 
Prediux of Gur- 
land in Cornwall 



Cheston ob. 
sine p'le 



I 
Wilmot mar. to Rich. 
Mathew 2 to Walter 
Langdon of Keverl in 
St. Martines in com. 
Cornwall 



bap. March 23, 1540. '\ 
1548. 



Nov. 
Oct. 



bur. 



April 
July 
April 



29, 1551 
4. 1555 
1577, 
1582, 
1540 
1.543. ) 
1578. ' 



15 

24 

10, 

Aug. 24, 1582. 

May 9, 1586. 

1, .- 

8, 1587. 

13, „ 

17, 1590. 



' Mar. riiillip, da. of Dagg. The names of their children are given iu Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 156. 

* Mr. John Tippett and Florence Killowo were mar. at St. Weo 22 June, 1609. Bp. of Exe- 
ter's Transcripts. , 

Ursula, da. of James Nankevell, 
Thomas, son of John Nanskevell, 
John Vyncent and Johan Nanskevell, 
Richard Nanskevell and Agnes Hamblie, 
John Nankevell and Elizabeth Howsc, 
Thomas Nankevell and Wilmot his wife, 
Ursula, dau. of James Nanskavell, 
Harry, son of James Nauscavell, 
Johan Nankevell, 

Catherine, dau. of Umfry Nankevell, 
Umfry Nankevell, 
Elizabeth Nankevell, widow, 
John, son of John Nankevell, 
Thomas Nankevell, 
Jolm Nankevell, 

George Tooker (of Minster) and Dorothy Nankivell, mar. 26 Sept., 16 
Par. Keg. (J. M.) 

- Mr. Michael Vivian and Kath. Nanspian, one of the dau.'s of James Nanspian, Esq., mar 
14 Oct., 1603. St. Erth I'ar. Keg. 



June 
April 
Aug. 
June 



St. Cnlumb Major 

Par. Keg. 

(J. M.) 



Michaelstow 



The visitation of the county of Cornwall. 155 

M 

I III 

Edwa. 3 son 1 Zeno- 2 Honnor John Nanspyan of Crowell=i=Agnes Da. of John 
bia fil. et heres to his Brother Trithwalof Crowen 



I I 

John Nanspian filius et heres set. 2 Prudence a Da. ^t. 6 weekes 



JOHN NANSPIAN. 



* The Peel, of Nanspian is carried back in Harl. 1079, thus — 

Wm. Tregender.=pJoan, da. and h. of Tho. Gourlyn. 



VVm. Tregender 



T 



Wm, Tregender.=^Joaue, d. and h. of Wm. Godrewy. 



Eic. Nauspian=j:Cheston d. and h. of John Polsulsack. Wm. Tregender.^ 



Henry Nanspian.=^Joan, da. of Wm. Tregender. 
I 



John Nanspian.=pJoan, d. and cob. of Tho. Tregose. 



Edw. 1 James=^Grace, da. of Anne wife Agues (? mar. Elizb. m. 2 Henry=Margt. da. of 
3. John Penrise to John Michael Tre- Walter of Cro- Kich. Roberts 

of Metblowe. Tubb. sahar.) Lauyon. wan. of Truro. 

Eic. NansjDian and Johanna Jenkyn mar. 1603. Wendron Par. Eeg. 

John, son of John Nanspian, gent., bap. and bur. 1614, at Crowan. "^ Bp. of Exeter's 

Eic. „ ,, and Anne, ,, 1619, „ j Transcripts, 

Florence, da. of John Nanspian, bap. 1573. \ „, T7„„j„„p„„ p__ 

Eichard, son of „ „ 1574. ] f't- J^nocierl^ar. Keg. 

Ind're tripartite . . . year of K.James, betw. Zenobia Prideaux, wid. of Eic. P., late of Gurlyn, 
of the first part ; Michael Vyvyan of Mid. Temp. Lond., Esq., and Kath. his wife, second part ; 
and Tho. Eobyns of Penryn, gent., and James Tresahar of Gurlyn, gent., third part. Zenobia 
Prideaux, Michael Vyvyan, and wife, covenant that they will acknowledge and levy unto Eobyns 
and Tresahar all their property by right of inheritance from James Nanspyan, Esq., Zenobia and 
Katherine being two of his dau.'s and coheirs. Eecites the various manors and lands of Nanspian. 
Harl. 6243, fo. 19. 

Ped. fin. 17 James, Hill. Comw. Carried out the above covenant. See ' Hist, of Trigg,' 
vol. ii., pp. 204. 224. 

Sciant p'sent et fut'q'd ego Martins Nanspyan Capell.frat et heres Eeginaldi Nanspyan dedi 
concessi etc. Johi Tretherffi armigero om'ia mea terr ten. etc. in Tendeyll, Treloddrow, 
Tregonowe, etc. Dom. Deed. Chapt. Ho. 8 Aug. 6 Hen. VII. 

Chan. B and A, James I. Bund. U. 3, No. 70. Vyvian v. Nanspian. Michael Vivian of Mid. 
Temp., gent., orator. Whereas James Nanspean of Gurlyn, co. Cornw., Esq.. was seised in his 
demesne as of fee of the Manors and Bartons of Gurlyn, Tregender, Penpons. Gurlyn Eebah, 
Mellyn, Gurlyn Lountha al's St. Earthe Ch. Town, etc., etc. (a long list), in co. Cornw., " worth to 
be bought and sold at least £6000," and having issue four daughters, viz., Willmot, Cheston, 
Katherin (wife of Orator), and Zenobia. With forethought said James N. settled his lands on self 
and his wife Grace for life, rem. to his four daughters, of whom Chester is dead s. p. Wm, 
Mathew of St. Kew, Cornw., gent., about nine years last past, took to wife said Willmott the 
eldest da., and shortly after Eic. Prideaux, Esq., took to wife Zenobia the youngest da., and yo. 
Orator Michael Vivian did, with consent and liking of said James N. and Grace his wife, take to 
wife the said Katherine. The said Eic. Prideaux was indebted to Humfry Yorke, gentleman, and 
John Carvaddres in the sum of £400, and his goods were taken in execution, and your Orator at 
earnest request of said Eic. P., did sell to Humph. Yorke one thii'd part of an estate called Pulsack 

[iVo^e continued on next page. 



156 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 



0ito\l 



Arms. Sa. a Pheon Arg. 
Crest. A Cornish chough proper. 



^ Humph. Nicholl of Penvos in=j=Jane2 Da. of Rich. 
Com, Cornwall gent. I Roscarock 



Humph. Nicholl of Penvos in^fPhiHip Da. of S-" 
Com. Cornw. liveing ] 620 Antho. Rowse K* 



(A'otc continved.) 
on three lives, and did procure Mathew and Willmott and James Nanspian and Grace to likewise 
sell their interest, etc. 

From the answers, we leam that Cheston died s. p. ; that James Nanspian was indebted some 
moneys, partly on his o^vn account, and partly as surety ; was an-ested by the Sherrff of Cornw. 
and imprisoned in her late Majesty's prison in Bodmin ; that James Nanspian leased Gurlyn to 
William, son of Rich. Prideaux and Zenobia ; and the said daughter Katherine Nanspian married 
Michael V. out of affection, and against the will of her parents. Taken at Mawnan 2 June, 4 James. 

' He had two daughters, — Isabell, mar. to Robert Scawen (see ped.,^;^*^)- and Phillipa, mar. 
to Nicholas Godolphin of Trewarveneth (see ped., atitc). 

- Widow of William Tremayne of Upcott. See ped. of Roscarrock. 

* Margt., da. of Herculaus Nicoll, bap. at Gwennap, 1614. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

John Nicholas of Sendy and Jane, da. of Steven Rosewarne. mar. 27 May. 1547. Cam- 
borne Par. Reg. 

Ped. fin. Cornwall 19 Rich. II. No. 4. John Nicol qu. John Hogge of Bodrennek and 
Mabilla his wife, da. of John Nichol. def. Bodrennek. 

Ped. fin. 29 Cha. II. Mic. Cornw. Anty. Nicoll gen. qu. Jno. Vivian ar. and o'rs in Gor- 
wena in Cornw. in Scobell et al. Devon. 

John Nicoll. gent., and Mrs. Anne Russell, widow, mar. 1 July, 165(;. ) yx i^r , \ 

Captain John Nicoll bur. 2 Sept., 1685. l^^' ^^-laben ^ 

Mrs. Bridgett Nicoll .. 20 Nov., 1696. ) ' ^^- ''^'^S- 

Edward Lower and Maiy Nicoll mar. 22 April, 1594. ' 

Robert Scawen, gen., and Isabell Nichol .. 3 Feb., 1599. 

Humphry Nicoll, Esq., and Phillip Rouse married 

at St. Dominick ,, May, 1604. 

John Prideaux and Abigail Nicolls ., 20 Sept.. 1610. 

John Sillye, Esq., and Philip Nicoll ., 4 Jany.. 1(5.39. 

John Nicholl, gen., and Honour Moyse. widow „ 1640. 

Richard Sillye. gent., and Ann Nicoll, gent. „ 25 Jany.. 1649. 

Richard Archard. gent., and Dorothy Nicolls, gent., ,, 24 May, 1()56. 

Thomas Turner of Exeter, merchant, and Ann dau. 

of Humphry Nicholl, Esq., dec'd ,, 18 May, 1704. 

Anthony, son of Humphry Nicoll, Esq., natus 14 Nov., 161 1. 

Dorothy, dau. ,. bap. 161,3. 

Jane, „ „ ,, 101 4. 

Elizateth, ,, „ ,. 1615. 

Richard, son of ,, (nat. 26 Feb.) March, 1619. 

Augustine, „ „ and Phillippa his wife nat. 20 June, 1622. 

Bridget, dau. of Hump. NicolL, Esq., and Phillippa ](i24. 

Degorie ? son of „ „ 22 March, 1627-8. 

Anthony, son of Anthony Nicoll, Esq.. 16-19. 

John, ,, Anthony Nicoll, gen., 1651. 

Peter, „ Anthony Nicoll, Esq., and Amy, born 3 Sep., 1654. 

Anthony, „ Anthony Nicoll, Esq., and Amy, Iwrn 7 Jany.. 1656. 

Anthony, ,, Hump. Nicoll, Esq., and Rebecca, 
baptized in London 10 Dec. and born the same 
day he was baptized. 1678. 

Humphry, son of Humphry Nicoll of Tremeere, Esq.,boru 1 8 March, 1680. J 

This pedigree is cniried back five generations, to John Nicholls of the Isle of Guernsey 
Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 91. "= ' . •' 



St. Tudy 
/ Par. Reg. 



' (J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

A I 



157 



I I 



Humph. 2 Rich. 4 Anne 2 Antho. miic—Ame i da. of Peter Jane 4 Elizzb. 5 
— — & hey. at. 9 | Speckett of Thorn- 



John 3 



Phillip 1 Dori- 
thy 3 



bury in Com. Devon Amey 6 

Esq. 



Hunvphrey 1 



I 
Peter 2 



Anthony 3 

HUMFRYE NICOLL. 



2 John NichoUs of Trewane in the= 
p'ish of S* Kew in Cornwall 



John Nicholls=f=Catheryn da. of John Trobridge 
of Trewane of Trobridg in Com. Devon 

A 



' Amy, afterwards mar. to John Vivian of Trewan at St. Tudy, 4 May, 1()71. as Amy Nichols 
(Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts), and registered at Heralds' Coll. as dau. of Peter Specot. 

* John NicoU, son of Humphrey Nicoll, born and bap. 1 March, 1(581. 
Eebeccah, da. of Humphry Nicoll and Eebeckah, born 19 Sep., 1(385 



2 Aug., lf>87. 

, 28 Jan., 1688. 

1()94. 

28 July, 1615. 

Nov.. 1618. 

15 Sept., 1696. 

1 July, 1(;98. 

bur. 1570. 

1607. 

died 7 May, bur. 27th, 1615. 

1625. 



St. Tudy 
' Par. Keg. 



Mary, 

Philippa, „ „ „ 

Joseph, son of „ „ 

Mary, da. of Humphry Nicolls 

Amath, ,, ,, 

Benjamin, son of Humph. Nicoll, Esq., by Rebecca, 

Bridget, da. „ , , 

Isabell, da. ,, 

Jane, da. „ 

Mrs. Jone Nicolls 

Mathew Nicoll, clerk, 

Humphry Nicoll of Penvose, Esq. „ 1642. ''"I 

Richard, son of Humphry Nicoll, Esq., of Penvose ,, 1646. / (J. M.) 

Anthony, son of Anthony Nicoll, Esq. „ 1649. 

John, ,, ,, ,, 1652. 

The Worshipful Anthony Nicoll of Penvose, Esq., 
dyed Feby. 20 in the Savoye parish in London 
and was bur. 22 in the Savoye 1658. 

Phillippa NichoU, widow, who died at Helligan in St. Mabyn 

and buried at St. Tudy 1668. 

.... son of Humphry Nicoll, Esq. bur. 1679. 

Dorothy, da. of Humphry Nicolls, Esq.. „ 25 Jany., 1609. 

Bridget, da. „ „ 14 Aug.. 1698.' 

Will of Anthony Nicoll of Penvose, dated 1.3 Feby., 1658, names his ii:other Phillip, 
wife Anne, sons Peter, Anthony, eldest son Humphry, brother John Nicoll, cousin John 
Barrett. Probate to John Nicoll, uncle and guardian of Humphry Nicoll during mino- 
rity, 7 October, 1662. ^ 

Inq. p. m. 43 Elizab., pt. 1, Nos. 148 and 155. Humphry Nicoll. late of Penvos, died 27 
Dec, 40 Elizab. Humphry Nicoll, son and heir, aged 20 years, 21 weeks, and 5 days, and no 
more, at his father's death. 

1^ The additions in italic are in the hand of Parker. 

* His da. Thomasin mar. Geo. Carnsewe of St. Kew. See ped., ante. 



158 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

|A 



Thomas 4 Nicho. 5 John Nicholls of Trewane=Eliza. da. of Edinond for- 
living 1620 tescue of Vallepit 

John Sonne & heire francis Sibill 1 Grace 2 Mary 3 

tet. 7 annoru' 1620 2 sonne 



Roger Nicholls=Sibell da. of John Robert Nicholls=Constance da. of Hugh 

2 sonne. Killiow of Lansallers 3 sonne Pomeroy of Trigney 

* JOHN NICHOLLS. 



"VYilbn Noy of Burryau=j=Phillip Da. of Lenyne of 
in com. Cornwall I Gwynier in Com. Corn. 



I I I 

Edward filius ^ Willm Noy of Buryan 3 filins=Sara2 Da. of Humpfry John 2 



et heres set. 56 living 1620 



York of Fellick filius 



Anne 2 Da. Humphry Noy filius ^ Phillip 2 sonne Joseph 3 ^ Barbara 1 
ait. 2 et heres ajt. 11 ret. 8 son ret. 4 Da. jet. 6 

t WILLIA. NOYE. 



• For memoir of the family of Nicholls of Trewaue and exhaustive pedigree, see ' History of 
Trigg,' vol. ii., pp. l()4r. 150. 

Fed. fin. Cornwall 18 Eiob. II. No. 1. John, son of Rich. NichoU of Lostwithiel qu. John 
Hora and Johana his wife dcf. Lostwithiel, Bryggend, and Nether I'olscoth. 

I'cd. fin. Cornwall 8 Hen. VI. No. 2. John NicoU of Bodmin qu. Thos. Lycheborovre and 
Johana his wife dcf. Trenalc. TregcarchapcU. Diannck. 

Ted. fin. Cornwall 17 Hen. VI. No. 10. Oto Nicoll and Jno. Colyn of Hellond qu. Jno. 
Lukcy of Wadefast and Johanc his wife dcf. Tregagelwales and Tregagelwortha. 

James Nicolls. gent., and Dionis Erisey mar. 27 Nov.. 1683. St. Neott's Par. Reg. 
John Nicolls of Trewane. Esq.. and Mrs. Bridget Mohun. da. of Sir Reginald Mohun, Kt. 
and Bart., were mar. 1.5 April. 1035. at Boconnoc. Bp. of Exeter"s Ti-anscripts. 
Thos. Nicolls and Annys were mar. 1 July, l.iO;"). | „ „ p „ 

Robert Tubb and Jane Nicholls „ 20 Sept., 1505. > ""• '^"'^ '^'- '^''^• 

Charles Williams. Esq.. of St. Twin (Weun) and Jane Nicholls of Gulval, mar. 27 Feb.. 
107C)-7. Gulval Par. Reg. 

' Father of Wm. Noyc, the Attorney-General under Chas. I. See Harl. MS. 1079, fo. ll.S b. 
■- Wm. Noy, gent., and Sarah, da. of Humphry York, gent., mar. 26 Nov., 1006. "| Phillack and 
3 Philip, son of Will. Noy, gent., bap. 1612. vGwithian 

'' Barbara, da. of Will. Noy, generosus. „ 21 Aug., 1608. ) Par. Reg. 

+ Edward, son of Edward Noie, bap. at Paul May, 1619. ] 

Henry. .. Martin ., .. „ 10 Jan., 1019-20. / 

Robert, ., Wertcr „ ,. .. 17 Jan.. 1619-20. 1 Bp. of Exeter's 

Jone, wife of John ,, bur. .. 9 June. 1019. r Transcripts. 

Ann, da. of Werter „ ., ,, 10 Nov., 1019. \ 

Maiy, da, of Edward Noy, gent., bur. at Mawgan in Pider 1612. ) 

[JVofe continned on ne.rt 2>age. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 159 



'^W.' 



^Nicholas Opy de Badman=2 Ebit Da, and hey. of Willm. Heydon 



bur. 


• 1697.) 


13 Oct. 


1611.^ 
1646. 




mar. 


1596. 
1601. 






1604. 


Madron Par. Eeg. 




1645. 






1649. 






1647. 
1652.J 









3 Thomas Opy de Bodman=* Alicia 2 fil. et Coh. Wilhii. Way de 
in Com. Cornwall Lestwithiell in Cornwall 



(JVote continned.) 

Will. Harris, gen., and Philippa Noy mar. 4 June, 1625. | (j^IyqI pm. Rgg. 

John Noy, generosus, bur. 1634. 3 ' °' 

Esct. Eliz. Ja. and Chas. pt. 21, No. 41. Inq. p. m. taken 27 May, 11 Cha., at Traro, John 
Noy, Esq., ob. 29 Ap. 10 Chas., lands in Sancreed, Zennor, Paul, St. Ives, Ludgvan, and in Buryan 
Ch. Town, which latter he held of Edw. Noy, Esq., as of his Manor of Buryan. Philippa, wife 
of William Harris, sole da. & heir, aged 21 years and 10 months at father's death. 

Ric, son of Daniel Noie, bap. at St. Paul 1635. \ Bp. of Exeter's 

Mary, da. of Edw. Noy, gentleman, bur. at Maugan in Pider 1612. j Transcripts. 

Ach'odata, da. of John Noye, Esq., bap. 1629. ") 

Edw. Noye, Esq. and Ane Bluett mar. 28 June, 1617. ^St. Columb Minor P.ir. Pieg. 

Philip, wife of Edw. Noye 

Will., s. of Sampson Noy, 

Tho., s. of Will. Noy, 

William Noy and Margaret 

Sampson Noy and Anne 

Ralph Noy and Margaret 

Walter Noy and Margaret 

James Noy and Jane 

Arthur Noy and Alice 

Will. Noy and Margaret 

Edward and Blanche Noy bur. at Paul in Penwith 1668. Bp. of Exeter's Ti-anscripts. 

Mar. lie. dated 1682 between Henry Drake of Barnstaple and Anna Noye, of the City of 
Exeter, widow. 

John Jenkyn of Penpons Alverton (Maddern), in his will, 14 Sept. 2 Jas. I., P. P. C, names 
Richard and Philip, sons of William Noye of Talcam, his son-in-law. 

Philip Noie and Honor Grudge mar. 28 May, 1613. ") t,„„„_„ p.„ t,„„ 

Edm'd Noye and Blanche Code „ 29 April, 1616. ] ^^^^S*^ ^^^- ■^'^e- 

Michael Noy and Parker Harry „ 2 April, 1627. j 

Thos. Noy and Rachel Peard „ 6 June, 1631. [■ Constantine Par. Reg, 

Will., son of Thos. Noy by Rachel, bap. 14 July, 1631. ) 

Edward, son of Edward Noy by Elizab., bap. 18 June, 1649. ) 

Martha, dau. of „ ,, „ 19 Mar., 1654. ^ Padstow Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

Elizabeth, dau. of „ „ bur. 16 Apl., 1656. ) 

Will of Edward Noye of Maugan in Pyder, gent., dated 25 Oct., 1621, names wife Jane, 
sons Thomas, Edward, John, Philip, William (eldest), daughter Jane Penkevell. Wife Jane and 
son Edward ex'rs. Prob. 27 July, 1622. Saville 65. 

Humphry Noy was included in the Commission of Array for the King, and his estates 
were sequestrated by the Parliament. In his petition, dated in 1646, he prayed to be admitted 
to compound, and sets out the particulars of his estate, claiming an allowance of £1500 due on 
mortgage of the Manor of Lanowemere, etc., and annuities of £60 given by the will of his brother 
Edward Noy, dated 16 March, 1635, proved 7 April, 1636, which is fully set out. He was fined 
at a tenth under the Articles of Truro, 6 Feby., 1646. — Royalist Comp. Papers, 2nd Series, vol. 
xxxvi. £E. 253-280. (J. M.) 

' Inq. p. m. 8 Elizab. No. 177. Thomas Opye died at Bodmin 19 Jan. 1565. Nicholas, son 
and heir, aged 46 and more. 

- Bur. 1576. Bodmin Par. Reg. 

3 Chan. Pro. Eliz. O. o. 2, No. 36, 1579. Opye v. Kestell. Names Thomas Opye of Bodmin, 
with Radigan and Patience, daughters of his late brother Nicholas, whose wife Honor (daughter 
of Thos. Bligh of Bodmin) was married to William Kestell. 

•• Mar. to Thos. Opie 9 Sept. 1566. Bodmin Par. Reg. 



160 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



I I I I I 
* Nicholas 2 fil. de Plimouth Thomas fil. Edward Eliza, mar. to Mary mar. 
in Com. Devon Duxit Jana primogenit. 4 fil. Patrick Jen- Ric. Pierse 
fil. JohisWaade^ of Herston ob. s. p. kinofLanivet 3 son of W™ 
in Devon= in com. corn- Pierse 
I wall 

I I I 

Thomas sonne and heir setat. 14 annoru' 1620, Nicholas 2 Edward 3 



Eraelin 2 Will'ms Opy de=Maria filia Johis Tho. 3 fil. de London in Bread 



filia un- 
maried 



Penborgard in 
Com. Cornw. 



Courtier de Devon Street, Linendrap' mar Da. 

of Palm'' London 



III III 

1 Maria 14 4 Felip 6 

2 Elizab. 13 5 Grace 2 

3 Jana 12 6 Emmalin 1 



I I II II 

Thomas Opy Will'ms 2 3 John set. 20 5 Edward 10 

fil. primo- fil. aet. 21 — — 

genit. aatat. 4 Nicholas 18 6 Richard 4 

22, 1620 

* WILLM OPY. 



©ugfie. 



Willm Oughe of St.==Margt Da. of W" Samwell of 
Cleare in Cornwall Restormell in Cornwall 



Christ' Oughe of St. Cleare=Prisilla Da. of Tho. Woodnott of 



in Cornwall liveing 1620 



Linkinghorne in Com. Cornwall 



Theophilus sone and heyre at. 10, 1620 Bridget at. 8, 1620 

CHRISTOP. OUGHE. 



' Sarah, da. of Nicholas Opie of Plymouth, mar. Christopher Warreu of London. ' Visit. 
Devon. 1620,' pp. 300 and 354. 

" Woode. ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 314. 

* Chan. Pro. Eliz. O. o. 3, No. 15. Tliomas Opye v. Otes Trelother. To recover deed and 
possession of Manor called Parke in Bodmin and Egloshaile. 

John Opie, gent., and Margaret Hole, mar. 1660. Egloshaylc Par. Reg. 

William Opie of Boconnoc, gent., and Anne Stuart. Mar. lie. dated 1670. 

Phillip, da. of Robert Opey of Cornwall, mar. Hugh Luttrell of Marshwood, co. Somerset. 

'Visit. Devon. 1620,' p. 175. 
Thos., son of Thos. Opie, gent., bap. 1568.' 
Emline, da. of „ ,, 1570. i 

William, son of ,, ,, 1572. 

Nicholas, „ „ ,, 1574. 

Thos., „ „ „ 1575. 

Edward, ,, ,, ,, 1577. . 

For a particular account of the family of Opie, with extended pedigree of Opie of Bodmin 
and Pcnhargard, and Pedigree of Opie of Parke, see ' Hist. Trigg,' vol. ii., pp. 47-55. 



• Bodmin Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



161 



pailter. 



Rob'tus Parker de Brousholm in= 
Bolland in Com. Eboru' 



=Elizab. filia Georgij Chafcerton de 
Nuthurst in Com. Lancast, 



Thomas Parker fil. 
primogenitus de 
Brusholm in Com. 
Eboru' 



Willms Parker de Blis-=T=Johanna filia 



land in Com. Cornwall 
et Archidiaconus de 
Cornwall 3 fil. 



Pan- 
chard de Com. 
Wiltes 



Eogerus Parker 
2 fil. Decanus 
de Lincolne 



Jacobus Parker filius= 
et haeres setatis 30 
annoru' 



:Katherin filia Rici 
BuUer de Com. 
Cornub. Militis 



Katherina filia maxima etat. 2 annoru' 
temporere visitacois 1620 



Willms Parker 2 filius 
fetat. 28 de Academia 
Cantab. 



Alicia filia 2 setatis 
dimidiu' anni 1620 



WILLIAM PARKER. 



Duloe 
Par. Reg. 



* Wilmot, da. of Jno. and Mary Anstis bap. 1671.^ 

Mary, ., Jno. and Eliz. Anstis „ 1698. 

Rachel, „ Jno. Anstis, Esci., by Elizab., was born 6 June, 1700, Xtened at 

St. Clement's Danes In London, dyed Feb. 3, 1701, and bur. at St. Blarie's 

Bermondsey in Southwark, as appears by the Registers of these Parishes, 

and removed hither y' 14 Aug., 1706. 
Jno., son of Jno. Anstis, Esq., born 1703-4, Xtened at St. Martins in the Fields, 

dyed at Fulham and there bur. 
John, s. of John Anstis, bap. St. Clements, dyed in Essex Street, Lond., 2 May, 

and bur. at Duloe. 
AVill., son of Jno. Anstis by Eliz., born in Arundell Street 1713, bur. in Dulo 1714. 
Rich., „ Jno. Anstis, jun., Esq. 

Edward Anstis bur. 1671. 

Mary Anstis „ 1671. 

Jno. Anstis, senior „ 9 June, 1692. 

Mr. Jno. Anstis of St. Nyot bur. in Dulo Church 26 Jan., 1713. 

(Styled Jno. Anstis Seig'r, gent., in the Ai-chd. Transcripts.) 
Philip, son of Jno. Anstis, Esq., Garter Principal ICing at Arms, bur. here 1 Oct., 

1719. 
Jno. Anstis, Esq., Garter Principal King at Arms, died at Mortlake m Surrey 

and was bur. here 23 March, 1743. 
Mrs. Anna Anstis of Mortlake, Surrey, bur. 14 Oct., 1749. 

John Anstis, Esq., Principal Garter King of Arms, died at Mortlake m Surrey 

and was bur. here 30 Dec, 1753. J 

Roger, son of John Anstis, gent bap. 1675. 1g^_ ^^^^^ p^j,_ ^ 
Mary, wife of John Anstis, gent., bur. 1669. j 

John Anstis, gent., of Cornw. and Elizab. Cudlipmar. (by license) 23 June, 1695. | Tavistock 
Hugh, s. of Hugh Anstis, bur. S Par. Reg. 

For memoir of the family of Parker, and continuation of pedigree to John Anstis, Garter 
King of Arms, see ' History of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 67, 69, 



162 



THE VISITATION 07 THE COUXTY OF CORNWALL. 



|3aj>ntci\ 



William Camborn ars=Elinor da. of John=j=Jane da. of John 

Paynter of Deverell I . . . . Wilton Antron. Bevile of peryn 



George Camborn— Ann da. & sole heir John Antron 
al's painter I of John Antron ob. s. p. 



Georg 2 
John 4 
Henry 5 



I M 

^ Jane da. of Reynold=Arthure ^=^~ Grace da. of Ann wife to 

Hawys of Redruth ! paynter 3 John Ros- Richard 

2 wife Sonne of crigg 1 wife Richards of 

George Clear "arn 



I I I I I 

William 1 Reynold 2 George 3 John 4 Grace only da. 



I 1 |2 I 3 

^ William paynter of=Lowday da. of Elizabeth wife Jane wife Grace wife 



Antron sonne & heire 
living 1620 



Richard Court- Allexander to James to frauds 

ney^ of Lanevit polkenhorn Trenhall Cara 



I 

William painter sonne Richard 2 
& heir fetat. 17 annoru' — 

1G2U John 3 



I 
francis 4 



I I 
Agnes 1 

Jane 2 



I I 
Thomasine 3 



Elizabeth 4 



ARTHUR PAYNTER 



WILLM PAYNTER. 



' Bur. at St. Eith 21 Jan., 1019-20. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

- Grace da. Mr. J. Reskreck and Mr. Arthur Penter of St. Earth mar. at Anthony 2 Feb.. 
l."97. Bp. of Exeter's Trauscrii)ts. (J. M.) 

^ By ludre. 22 May, 15,^.5, Rich. Courtney of Tremere and William Paynter of Antorne in 
the Co. of Cornwall Esquires bound unto Hugh Bawden of the parish of Kea gent, in the sum of 
£120 to fulfil Indentures bearing same date made between the same parties (signed by Rich. 
Courtney only, seals gone). B. M. Add. Chart, No. 15,386. 

• Balthazer Williams and Anna Paynter mar. at Stithians 21 Nov., 16.30. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

Francis Paynter of St. Earth, gent., and Margaret, da. of Francis Paynter of Boskenna 
St. Buryan, gent., mar. 8 July. 1706. Buryan Par. Reg. 

George Painter and Petronell, da. of Walter Halamore, mar. 30 Sejit., 1602. 

Rachell, da. of George Painter, gent., bap. 9 April. 1601. 

Thomas, sou „ „ 7 July, 1610. 

Alice, da. „ „ 10 March, 1615-16. 

George, son ,, „ 21 Feb.. 1617-18. ' 

Rich., „ „ „ 29 Oct., 1619. 

Tristram Bath and Peti-onell Painter mar. 1096. Stithians Par. Reg. 

Matthew Rutter and Loveday Painter mar. 11 May, 1669. Constantine Par. Reg. 

William P.ayntcr of Antron. Esq.. named as a trustee in the settlement upon the 

marriage of Richard Gervcys of Bcnallack, gent., and Sara, daughter of George Yeo of 

Huish, Esq. Dated 14 April, 1653, Deed in possession of S. M. Grylls, of Lewarne, Esq. 

For. ped. of Antron, and more of Paynter, see Harl. MS. 1079, f. 236. 



Gwinear 
Par, Reg, 



(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 163 



pmliaibes. 



David Pendarveis of Crowan in Cornwall=pMaiy Da. of Sparnon 



1 Jo. Pendarveies=FMellior Da. of Ric. Geirveis 



Mary ux' Wm. ^ Samwell Pendarveis of Roscrowe=Grace * Da. of Jo. 
Tho.^ of Curye in Com. Cornw. liveinge 1620 Robertas of Trwro 

n n n \ \ ^i 

Robt. 2 Josias 4 Valintine 6 ^Wm.sone ^ Jane Elizab. 

— — — & liey. at. 1 Da. 2 Da. 

5 Samwell 3 Thom.5 John 7 

* SAMUELL PENDARVES. 



Gluvias 
Par. Eeg. 



> Bur. 18 July, 1616. Constantine Par. Keg. (J. M.) Inq. p. m. 14 Jas., part 2, No. 85, 
Samuel I'endarves son and heir. 

2 William Thorns or Thomas. 

3 ^t. 43 and more 14 Jas. Mar. at Constantine to Mrs. Grace Roberts 24 June, 1.598 (Bp. 
of Exeter's Transcripts) ; died 5 Sept., 164.S ; M. I. St. Gluvias Ch., and named with his wife and 
their son William in the will of William Eoberts of St. Allen, merchant, 30 Jan., 1604, proved in 
London 1605. 

* Bur. 23 July, 1662. M. I. Gluvias Ch. 

5 Bap. 13 July, 1603. ) ^ 

6 Bap. 20 July, 1600. ) ^^^'^ ^ ^^- ■^^^• 

7 Jane, da. of Samuel Pendarves, gent., & Grace, bap. 11 June, 1611. Constantine Par. Reg. 

* John, sou of Samuel Pendarves, gent., bap. at Constantine 1599. | 

Thomas, son of Samuel Pendarves, ijap. 18 Aug. and bur. 16 >Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Sept., 1612, at Constantine. ) 

Samuel Enys, gent., and Mrs. Elizab. Pendarves mar. 

John Pendarves of Roscrowe, Esq., and Mrs. Bridget 

Carew ,, 

John, son of Samuel Pendarves, bap. 

Mrs. Bridget Pendarves bur. 

Walter, son of John Pendarves of Roscrowe ,, 

Madam Bridget Pendarves ,, 

Mrs. Melior Pendarves ,, 

Walter, son of John and Bridget Pendarves, ob. 20 June. 1663.^ 
William, ., ., „ „ 14 Oct.l 1693. 

William Pendarves of Eoscrow, Esq. ,, 4 June, 1673. 

Anne, wife of do. „ 3 Oct., 1643. 

Steven Pendarves, gent., bur. 12 Dec, 1676. Padstow Par. Eeg. 
Thos. Pendarvis ^.ur. 1638. | ^ , p p 
William Pendarves ., 1696.] vvendion rai. t.eg. 
To Bridget Pendarves, da. of William Pendarves of Roskrow, Esq., a legacy under the will 

of John Tresahar of Constantine, prob. 1661, Bodmin. 
Jane, da. of John Pendarves, gent., and Mellyor his wife, bap. 3 Sept., 1581. Con- \ 

stantine Par. Eeg. 
William Thomas, gent., and Mary Pendarves mar. 19 Nov., 1598, at Wendron. 

Bishop of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Henry Pendarves, clerk, and Mrs. Mary Pearse, widow, mar, 8 Aug., 1701. San- 
creed Par. Eeg. )(J. M.) 
Thomas Pendarves, Eector, bur. 18 Mar., 1703. St. Columb Major Par. Reg. 
Eich. Pendarves, Esq., bur. 7 July, 1706, at St. Columb Major. Bp. of Exeter's 

Transcripts. 
Mar. lie. between Eandolph Pendarves of ... . gent, and Elizabeth Boone of the 

same, 13 July, 1639. Exeter Act Books, 



1647.^ 

6 May, 1658. 

1619. 
15 June, 1625. 

1663. 
29 Mar., 1701. 

1715. 



M. I. Gluvias Ch. 



164 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Tho. Pendarvis of Pendarvis in Camborne in Com. Cornub.=p 
^1 

M I 
Rapfe mar. Anne ^Alexander Pendarvis of Pendarvis= Alice Da. of John Hump- 
Da. of Tho. Eva of in Camborne in Com. Cornubia 
St. Just.=j= living 1620 

I 



ft-ey of Camborne in 
Com. Cornwall 



John filing et Tho. 2 John ^ £i(,h^ Pendarvis Henry 2 ^Anne uxor John 

heres £et. 35 sonne Thomas filius et hasres sona2t.20 Arundell of 
both Twins £et, 24, 1620 Camborne 

* RICHARD PENDARVES. 



David Pendarvis of Camborn in Com. Cornwall=F 



'Wilim Pendarvis 2 son of david John Pendarvis of Constantine in Com. 
of Crowen in Com. Cornwall tet. Cornwall son & hey. mar. Mellior da. of 
67 liveing 1620 Rich. Jarvis of Constantine 

t RICHARD POLKENHORNE. 



Pcnfoun of Penfoun in the Parish of=pDa. of Trcvillian 
Pounstock in the hund. of Lesuuth I 

I ^ 

' Bur. 20 July. 162J. (Camborne Par. Keg.) Inq. p. m. 2 Chas. I., Esch. Eliz., Jas., and 
Charles, part 20, No. 84. Alexander Pendarves, gent., died 28 July, 1624. Eichard, his son and 
heir, aged 2(5 and more. 

2 Eich. Pendarves, gent., and Katherine Arundell, mar. 13 April, 1629. ^ 

^ John Arundell and Ann Pendarves, „ 29 Oct., 1617. 

* John Williamsof I'robus and Florence. da. of Pendarves. ,, 28 Sept., 1549. I Camborne 

John Vavian and EUyzobcth Pendarves wedded ye 26 Mar., 1570. ( Par. Eeg. 

Will., son of Eich. Pendarves, gent., and Admonition, da. of Edw. Prideau.x, 

Esq., mar. 23 May, att Padstow, as per Ecgister doth there appear, 1667. i 
Blanch, da. of Stephen Pendarves of London, merchant, bap. 1666. Phill.ick Par. Eeg. 
Sir William Pendan-es, Knight, and Madame Powley Hobljoi were mar. 1714. St. Enoder 

Par. Keg. 
Mar. lie. between John Courteney de Tregcllas, ar.. and Dorcas Pendarves, dated 1674. 
blaster Eieh.ard Pendarves, bur. 30 Dec. 1667. Truro Par. Eeg. 
Inq. p. m. 22 Jas. Esch. Eliz., Jas., and Chas., part 4, No. 24. Ealph Pendarves, gent., died 
10 Ai)ril, 22 Jas. John PendaiTes, son and heir, aged 21 and more at the time of his father's death. 
For more of Pendarves, see Harl. MS. 1079, f. 115. 

t E.aphe, son of John Pendarves, bapt. at Crowan 18 May. 1617. IBp. of Exeter's 
liich., son of John Pendarvis and Blanche, bap. at Crowan 1619. J Transcripts, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 165 

|A 

. . . Penfoun fil et h£eres== Da. of Kelloway 



. . . Penfoun of Penfoun=f=Da. of Daviles 



. . . Penfoun of Penfoun==Da. of Morris 



Penfoun of Penft)un=f=Da. of Pollard 



. Penfoun of Penfoun==. ... Da. of Haston de Horwood 
I House in Com. Wilts. 



Digory Penfoun of Penfoun=. ... ^ Da. of Chamond 



2 John Penfoun of Penfoun=. . . . da. of Grenvile 



Digorie Penfoun of Penfound=. . . da. of Leonard Yeo Esq. 
in y® parish of Penstock Esq. 



Arthur Penfoun fil. 2 John fet. 13 

et h^res a^tat. 15 3 Digorie 11 

annoru '^ 

4 Leonard ^ 

5 Eichard 



6 Andrew 6 1 Mary sdt. 18 

7 Willm. 3 2 Elizab. Eet. 12. 



PHILLIPPE HODGSHONN. 
for M-- DIGORIE PENFOUN. 



■ Visit. 



1 Jane, da. of Sir John Chamoud. Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 

2 Had two daughters ; Maria mar. to Hugh Corry, and Jane mar. to Andrew Corry 
Devon, 1620,' p. 73. 

* Chancery Proceedingsi, Eliz., P. p. 16, No. 4. John Penfownd v. Edward and Richard Pen- 
fownd (his brothers). Names Willyam Penfownd, Esquire, their father, to whose will defendants 
were executors. John Penfownd, complainant, son and heir, lands in Whitston. 

Chancery Proceedings, Eliz. M. m. 14, No. 2. Benett Myll v. Richard Penfowne and Eliza- 
beth his wife, widow of Nicholas Wykkett. Land in St. Gennys. 

License of marriage between Ai-thur Penfound of Poundstock, gent., 

and Sibella Nicholls of St. Kew, 24 October, 1634. 
License of marriage between John Penfound and Ann Pollexfen of 

Sherford, 25 August, 1673. 
Anne, da. of Alexander Penfounde, bap. 23 Oct. 1621. 

Jane, „ „ „ 26 Feb. 1622. 

Humphry, son of Alex, and Margaret Penfound, ,, 3 Mar. 1624. 
Grace, da. of „ „ „ 13 Jan, 

Mr. George Wills and Mrs. Ebbott Penfound, mar. 3 Oct. 1682 
Degory Penfound, gent., bur. 22 Jan., 1671-2. Poundstock. 



Exeter Act 
Books. 



St. Columb 

Par. Regs. 
1632.; 
Minster Par. Reg, 
Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts, 



(J.M.) 



166 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Joh'es Penhalow de Penhalow A" 41 E. III.=t= 
I 



Peter Penlialow A" 12 Ric. II.=f Ajrneta filia Joh'is A° 17 R. II. 



1 AYillm. Penhalow A" 12 R. II. Tho. Penhalow=i=Margerie A« 6 H. IV. 



Ricus Penhalow A^ 6 H. IV. 
Nich. Penhalow temp, H. VI. 



Ricus Penhalow A° 34 Hen. VI.=Margareta uxor eius outlived 

I hir husband A'^ E. IV., 5 



Thomas Penhalow a" 12 H. VII. =^ 



Joh'es Penhalow a" 12 H. VII.=f=Mary Da. & Coh. of Vivian Pen warn 



John Penhalow 11 H. VIII.=Elizab. Da. & Coh. of Lasrher 



Tho. Penhalow filius et heres==Christia fill. Trevalscus 



John Penhalow fil. ct heres=j=Agnes Da. of Crocker 



I 1 I 

Rich. Penhalow of Pen-=f=Jonc Da. of '■^John Penhalow 2 fil. de=f= Alice- Da. of 



halow living 1020. ^Mary 
Da. of Walter Portor nx. 2 



Rog' Danicll Penhalow in pochia de 
Filley sup'stes 1620 



Hen.Jagoof 
Ruan 



I . I I III 

.Tohn fil. primus Christian John fil. primus 2 Hugh 5 3 Willm. 3 Anne 

let. IG {£tat. 8 

A 



J' 



1 Margareta Penhalow, A" 2 H. V." 

'■ (This is a marginal note in the original.) 
Kicus Pcuhaloo. 

' John Pcnhallow, gent., and Alycc Jagoc. mar. at liuan Lauihoriie, 1608."^ ]!p. of Exeter's 
Hugh Pcnhallow, gent., and Elizab. Free, „ St. Clements, 18 Nov. 1641. _J Transcripts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 167 

U 

Chamon Pen- 3 Richard 4 Hugh 5 Emanuell 1 Elizab. 2 Mary 3 Susan 
halow 2 son 

* p'meJOHANE PENPIALLOW. 



Walter Penhelleck of Penhellick=pMargaret Da. of John Bosuysa 



Waiter Penhelleck fil. et heres=pAlice Da. of John Treliey 



John Penhellick of Illogan=pThomazin Da. of Jenken 
in Com. Cornw, I Killivorne 



John Penhelick of Penhelick fil. primogenitus=f=Marv Da. of Edm. Bee 
\ " 

! 

Katherin mar. to Henry Nangothan=j= 



Penhelek Nangothan 



John Penhellick=i=Elizab. Da. of John Nancothan 
2 Sonne I 



John 1 son mar. Alice Tho. Penhellick 2 Sonne Ellinor Da. of 

Da. of Boweyr=j= Rich. Dowse of Totnes Devon=i= 



I II I I II 

Elizab. Da. & hey. Christo- John 2 son Florence Mary Thomas 3 fil. 

mar. to .John pher fil. mar. Phillip mar. to ob. jetat. 25 1620 

Herbert of Helston primog. Da. of Tho. John virgo — 

ob. s. p. Bligh of Cock of Humphrie 4 

Bodmin Helston fil. a^tat. 22 



Alexander Penhellick 3 son of John^f^^ Florence Da. of Willm Tone 

|A 

* Sara, da. of Jacob Penhallow, gent., bur. 1667. Madron Par. Reg. 

Will. Penhallow, gent., Filley, Prob. 8 Mar. 1679. ■) Archd. of Cornw. ) 

Chamond Penhallow, gent., Filley, Adm. 30 Ap. 1690. j Bodmin. Uj. M.) 

Chamond Penhallow, gent., bur. at Fowey 19 Feb. 1689. Archdeacon's Trans, j 

Fed. fin. 11 Will. East. Cornw. Hugh Boscawen qu. Baker, Penhallow, and o'rs, def. in 
Tregoney Burg. 

1 Chancery Proceedings A.D. 1582, Eliz., P.p. 4, No. 36. Florence Penhellicke of Helston, 
widow, V. Tho. Lukey, John Penhellick the younger, and o'rs. One-third part of Gweek wood. 



168 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



|A 



Willm. Penhellick of=pMary Da. and one of y^ heyres Thomas 2 son mar. Agnes 
Helston in Com. of Wm. Mylleton of Pengar- Da. of Tho. Peirse of Ilel- 

Cornwall sick ston =p 

I 



Francis ux. 
Rich. Frawn 
of Wendorn 
in Com. Corn. 



Alexander Pen-=FCatherine Da. 



hellick of Pen- 
gar sick in Com. 
Cornwall 



of Peter Dagg 
of St. Teth in 
Com. Cornwall 



V 



Simon 
filius uni- 
ons aetat. 
23 



l.Agnis S.Susan 
2. Jane 4. Elizab. 



Ainie ^ Cheston 
Elizab. 



Mary mar. 
to Bowyer 



Elin mar. to 
John Hunt 
of Devon 



I 
Alice mar. to 
John Bogins 
of Totnes 



Willm 3 Sonne 
ob. s. p. 



ALEXANDER PENHELLICK. 



Jo. Penrose of Seeny in Com. Cornwall^ 



Barnard 
1 sone 



- John Penrose of Manacon= 
in Cornwall 2 sonne 



=Nora Da. and sole hey. of John 
Treaetho of Monacon 



Edw. Elinor uxor 
2 James Chris- 

sone topher of St. 
ErthinCornw. 



Jo. Penrose of= 
Monacon in 
Com. Cornw. 
Hveing 1620 

A 



=Blandane Da. 
Abraha. Baker 
of Kilkhampton 
in Cornw. 



I 

Alice ux' 
Michaell 
Tanner of 
Monacco 



Grace ux' 
John 

Nicholl of 
St. Keverne 



,, 


28 July, 


1(538. 


,, 


6 Jan., 


lew. 


mar. 


27 Nov., 


1(523. 


Ijur. 


Aug., 


1(503. 


J, 


12 April, 


1(;2I. 




23 Jan., 


1(524. 


jj 


18 Feb., 


1627. 


,, 


20 Dec, 


1635. 


., 


7 Feb., 


1635. j 



Helston 

Par. 

Ileg. 



•> Cheston mar. Gilbert Staplehill of Dartmouth. 'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 275. 
* John Williams and Ann Peuhillick mar. 31 Jany., 1665, at Helstone. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. \ 

John Penhellick and Phillip Bligli mar. 15 June, 1620 (see ante, page 12). Bod- 
min Par. Eeg. 
Alexander, son of Mr. John Penhellick Ijap. 20 Oct., 1622. \ 

Ann, dau. of Mr. Simon Penhallick, „ 27 May, 1632 

Humphry, son of Humphrey Penhallick, ,, 2 Oct., 1634 

Elizabeth, da. of Mr. Humphry Penhallick ,, 1 Nov., 1635 

Martha, dau. of Mr. Humphrey Penhellick, 

Mayor of Hcllston 
Thomas, son of Mr. Humphrey Penhellick 
Humphrey Penhellick and Grace Bolithoe 
John Penhellick, gent., bur. 
John, son of Mr. John Penhellick, 
Mr. Thomas Penhellick, jun., 
Anna, wife of Thomas Penhellick, gent., 
Mr. Symon Penhellick 
Mr. ITjomas Penhellick 

John Penhellick of Helston, merchant, named in the marriage settlement of 
Thomas Glynn the younger, of Helston, and Mary, dau. of Otho Polkinhorne, of the 
parish of Gwynier. Dated 14 April, 1662. Deed in possession of S. M. Grylls, Esq. / 
^ Chancery Proceedings a.d. 1592, Eliz. R.r. 2, No. 30. Roscrowgye v. Roscrowgye. 
John Penrose of Tregethowe, gent., and Nora his wife. 



(J.M.) 



Names 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COUNWALL. 169 



A 



Willm 2 James 3 Walter 4 John sone & hey Avis ux"^ Tho. Treourne 

at. 18 1620 of Monacco 



JOHN PENROSE. 



Johes Tretherf Armig'' 2 vir.=Filia Trenowith Armige' 
I 

Reginaldus Trethref Johes Treveno'==Filia Johis Tretherf 



Willm. Trevenour== Ricus Metheros 



Johamies Penros==Phillippa fil. Thomazin fil. et heres nupta Nicho. Enis 



1 Rich. Penros fil. et heres==Florence Da. of Tho. Erisey John Enis sone & hey. 



John Penros=Agneta fil. Johis Thomas Enis=Christian Da. of 
I Killegrew I John Boscawen 



Bernard Penros===Elizab. Da. & hey. of Tho. Enis de Com. Cornw. 



2 Agneta fil. Emanuell=Tho. Penros of Penros Metheley=Agneta fil. Joh'is 



Drwede Com, Devon in Com. Cornwall sup'stes 1620 
2 



Rashley de Foy 
ux 1 



* William Carlyan and Ann Penrose mar. 1619. Ladock Par. Eeg. 

James Williams and Jane Penrose mar. 1670. Newliu in Pider Par. Reg. 

Edward, son of Jno. Penrose, gent., and Elizab. ux. bur. 1689. Manaccan Par. Reg. 

John, „ Thos. Penrose, gent., bap. 15 Sep., 1620. Mullion Par. Reg. 

Edw., „ Jno. Penrose, Esq., bap, 1670. \ 

Barnard, „ „ and Mary his wife „ 1672. ^.^^ p^^_ ^ 

John, „ „ - „ ,, » 1674. r •' 

John Penrose, Esq., bur. 1680. / 

Chancery Proceedings, Eliz., P. p. 9, No. 66. Henry Penrose al's Nicholas and Margaret 
his wife v. Jno. Vyvyan al's Cooke. Messuage called Trethias in St. Merryn and Porthvyan in 
Lower St." Columb claimed by Henry in right of his wife Margaret, da. of Mellyar, da. of Jno. 

CTia'ncery Proceedings A.D. 1586, Eliz., M. m. 2, No. 52. Peter Mark of Liskeard v. Mattin 
Diggow and or's. Claims Manor of Tredinnyal by purchase from Raphe Penrose of St. Syney (son 
of Bennett P. son of Joce Penrose), who granted a lease to defendants in Botallack in St. Just, 
part of said manor. ^ „ „, 

Chancery Proceedings, Elizab., R. r. 7, No. 19. Resuygan and o rs v. TrerrafEe al s Treruthe. 
Romfray Penrose and Milysent his wife, da. of Thomas Cocke, are named as plaintiffs. 

1 Inq. p. m. V. 0. 33 Hen VIII., No. 197. Rich. Penrose ob. 19 Jan., 31 Hen. VIII. John 
Penrose, his son and heir. set. 21 and more, mar. to Agnes, da. of John Kyllygrew. 

' Agnes, da, of Mr. Emanuel Drew, bap. 1552. Kenne Par. Reg., Devon. 

Z 



170 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



Anne mar. 
to W" 
Celey 



|4 



Katherin mar. 
to W"" Robin- 
son 



Edy mar to Phil. 
Champ'non of 
Berie in Devon 



I G 
Marg* mar. to John 
Dary of Crediton in 
Com. Devon 



Francisca 
unmaried 



Thomas fet. 40 John Penros fiL et=f=Jane fil. Johis 



heres ob. 1617 



Edward a3t. 38 



John Penros fiL et heres 
jetat. 9 annoni' 1620 



Trefuses of 
Miler 



|1 
Alice mar. to 

John Hill 

of Gwendron 



Marie mar. to 
Tho. Liikie 
of Perin 



Franciscus fil. 2 
ffitat. 4 annoru' 



1 Jane 2 Mary 3 Agnes ^ 
THOMAS PENROS. 



Thomas Pen warren of Penwaren=p 



John Penwarren of Penwarren=f=Margery da. to Vivian Penwaren of Mevagesye 



Richard Penwaren of Pen-=j=Margaret da. of Rich, 
warren in Mawnan Bonythan of Kerclew 

A I 

1 Agnes, da. of John Penrose, Esqujre, bap. 24 Nov., 1616. Helston Par. Eeg. 
* Henry Penrose al's Treveare & Christian Peryam, wid., mar. 20 Nov., 1605. Truro Par. Eeg. 
Eichard Penrose and Cheston his wife were mar. 28 Sept. 1618. Gwinear Par. Eeg. 
Alex. Penrose and Judith Coterell mar. at Euan Lanihorne 22 July, 1610. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts, 

Philip, son of Henry Penrose, gent., and Elizb. his wife, bap. 1688."] 

„ 1707. h 



Hen 17, 



Margery 



Anthony in Meneage 



Tho. Penrose, gent., and Mary Kestell, gent., mar. 1706. f" Par. Eeg 

HeniT- Penrose, gent., bur. 1703. J 

Inq. p. m. 3.S Edw. I., No. 120 b. Eeginald. son of Eichard de Penrees. 

Inq. ad quod damp. 20 Edw. III., 2 Nos., No. 32. Eoger de Penros. Lands, etc., in St. 
Berian. Joceus de Penros one of the Jury. 

Inq. de ext. terr. 5 Hen. V., No. 68. John Penrose, a Prisoner, Manor of Penrose Methle. 

By Indenture dated at Trewond 6 Sept., 8 Hen. IV.. John Penrose Methele gave to Jno. 
Boswathek and Katherine his wife, and their heii's, all his lands and tenements in Villa de 

Ti-ewand and Tr remainder to the heirs of said John Penrose Methele for ever. No seal. 

B. M. Add. Chart. No. 15,352. 

C Penelope, da. of John Williams al's Boswathick, bap. 1695. Falmouth Par. Eeg.~] 
Frances Williams and Marg. Boswarthick mar. 1697. Wendrou Par. Eeg.J 

6° Elizab. Fine. Barnard Penrose Armiger qu. Henry Earl of Huntingdon, &c., and Kathe- 
rine his wife, def. de medietat. manor of Harvena aVs Harmena, &c., in Parish of St. Enoder. 
Barnard paid the Earl and his wife £40 sterling. B. M. Add. Chart. No. 15,370. 
Eichard Penrose was buried 25 Mar., 1608, at Feock. j 

John Penrose & Prisella his wife, mar. 29 Oct., 1627, at Manaccan. > Bishop's Trans. 
Mary, dau. of John Penrose, gent., bur. 28 Dec, 1628, ,. ) 

John Merrifield and Agnes Pcnrosse, mar. 14 Feb., 1550. St. Columb Major Par. Eeg. 
William Penrose and Dorothy Catcher, both of St. Clements, mar. 8 July, 1708.^ (J. M.) 
Feock Par. Eeg. 

Joane, dau. of John Penrose of Sythney, Esq., mar. 1 Mar.. 1634. ■> ■□ i„(-„„ 
Mr. George Phippen, Pastor of Lamoran, and Mrs, Mary Penrose. >-p„j, pg- 
Diar, 20 June, 1648, J ' ^' 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



171 



Richard Penwarren^ of Peii-=Jane^ da. & coheir of Robt. John Robert 
warren in Mawnan Trencreeke of Treworgan 2 Sonne 8 sonne 



2 Robt. Penwaren of= 
Penwaren in St. Maw- 
nan livina: 1620 



Thomas Penwaren=j= Catherine da. G-race 1 Mary 3 



2 Sonne living 
1620of MuUion 



of James 
Erysie 



Ann 2 



Richard sonne & heir tetat. 1 yeare 1620 Mary 1 Eliza. 2 ^frances 3 
EOBT. PENWARNE. * THO. PENWARNE. 



* John Plmnleigh of Dartmouth=f=. . . . Da. of Fortescue of 
in Com. Devon I Falopit in Com. Devon 



Tho. Plumleigh of Townstall=i=Elizab. Da. of Robt. Shap- 
iuxta Dartmouth leigh of Dartmouth 



John Plumleigh of St. Mabin in Oom.=f=Jone Da. of John Sture of 
Cornwall gent liveinge 1620 Huish in Com. Devon 



Gilbert sone & hey. 
atat. 16 1620 



^ Raphe 2 sonne Elizab. 1 Dau. ^ Grace 2 Da. '^ Joane 3 Da. 
atat. 10 . at. 13 at. 8 at. 5 1620 

t JO. PLUMLEIGHE. 



Mawnan Par. Reg. 



' Rich. Penwarne, gent., and Jane, mar. 1 Sept., 1572. ^ 

2 Rob. Penwarne, Esq., bur. 1658. 

* Frances, da. of Tho. Penwarne, gent., bap. 1618. 

* Will. Arundell of Miler, & Elizabeth, da. of Thos. Penwarne, mar. 1651. , 
Rich. Penwarne and Johaua Deuse, mar. 7 Feb., 1606. "| 

Penticoste, da. of Rich. Penwarne, bap. 27 May, 1607. vTruro Par. Reg. 
Margareta, „ „ „ 30 May, 1610.) 

John, son of Thos. Penwarne, gent., bap. 15 Sep., 1620. Mnllion Par. Reg. 
Richard Penwaren, witness to will of Tho. Poyle. P. P. C. A.D. 1502. 
Nicholas Penwaryn, Lo. Willoby de Broke, Peter Bevyl, etc., Exors. to the will of Sir John 
TrefEey. P. P. C. A.D. 1500. 
Ped. fin. Cornw. 34 Edw. I. No. 7. Auger de Firsdon and Margery his wife qu. John de 
Penwarren and Isold his wife, def. Wadeford, etc. 

■* His 1st wife was a da. of Eastchurch, the 2nd was Ann, da. of John Foscue of Vallopit. 
'Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 211, which see for an extended pedigree 
8 Bap. 13 May, 1611. « Bap. 20 Sept., 1612. 

f John, son of John Plumleigh, gent., and Jane his wife, 

Joane, dau. of Ralph Plumleigh, gent., and Grace 

Grace, dau. of „ 



1 Bap. 9 July, 1615. 

bap, 15 March, 1620. 

„ 4 July, 1639. 

„ 6 Mar., 1651. 



St. Ma- 
byn Par. 
Reg. 
(J.M.) 



\Note continued on next ;page, 



172 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



John Polewheele of Polewheele in the time H. VI.=pEizb. Da. of 
I 

Otes Polewheele of Polewheele=pAlice Da. & sole liey. of Otes Lukye 



Otes Polewheele of Polewheele==Margerie, Da. & sole hey of Walt' Killigrewe 



Stephen Polewheele of Polewheele=Mary Da. of Erisse 



John Polewheele of Polewheele=i=Da. & hey. of Tresoye of Tresoye 



John Polewheele of Polewheele==Grace Da. of Lowi'c of Trelaske 



Digorie Polewheele of Polewheele=Kathe' Da. & Cohey. of Rob. Trencreke 

Al 



(^]\'ote contimted.) 

Mary, dau. of John Plumleigh by Anna, bap. April, 1652.'^ 

John, son of John Plumleigh ,, 1652. 

John, „ „ gent., by Ann „ 1 April, 1658. 

John, „ ., ,, „ 18 Nov., 1659. 

Willm, „ „ „ „ 19 Nov., 

Charles, „ „ „ ,, 5 June, 1662. 

William, „ „ „ 14 July, 1611. 

Grace, dau. of „ „ 20 Sept., 1612. 

Mary, ,, John Plumleigh, gent., and Jane ,, 12 July, 1627. 

John, son of Ralph Plumleigh, gent., and Grace „ 20 April, 1638. 

Thomas, „ John Plumleigh, gent., by Ann „ 10 Oct., 1654. 

Joseph, son of John Plumbleigh, gent., by Ann „ 6 June, 1656. 

Wva. Hendar of Tintagell and Joane Plumbleigh mar. 20 Jan., 1633. 

Giles Betty and Grace Plumbleigh ., 1641. 

William Parnell and Jane Plumbleigh „ 20 Jan., 1664. 

John Oliver, gent., and Mary Plumbleigh „ 11 May, 1665. 
John Helman of Lanlivery and Honour, dau. of Ralph 

Plumleigh, gent., „ 18 Nov., 1675. 

Henry Stevens and Joan, dau. of John Plumleigh, gent., ,, 12 Oct.. 1682. 

Margaret, dau. of John Plumleigh, gent., bur. 20 Mar., 1610. 

Wm., sonof „ „ 25 Sept., 1611. 

John, „ „ „ 31 Aug., 1620. 

Thomas Plumleigh, gent., ,, 24 July, 1615. 

John, son of Ralph Plumleigh, ,j 20 April. 1638. 

Ralph Plumbleigh, gent., „ 16 Aug., 1658. 

John Plumbleigh, gent., ,, 7 Feb., 

Wm., son of John Plumbleigh, gent., „ 19 Jan., 1659. 

Thomas, „ ,. „ 12 Mar., 

Elizabeth, dau. of Ralph Plumleigh, gent,, „ 5 April, 1660. 

Joan Plumbleigh, \vidow, „ 7 Nov., 1667. 

Charles, son of John Plumbleigh, gent., by Ann, „ 16 April, 1685. 

John Plumbleigh, gent., „ 4 Sep., 1689. 

Mrs. Anne Plumbleigh, relict of John P., gent., „ 20 Jan., 1694. 

Grace Plumbleigh „ 24 Jan., 1697-8./ 



St. Ma- 
byn Par. 
Reg. 
(J. M.) 



Adm'u of the goods, etc., of Ralph Plumleigh, late of St. Mabyn, dec'd, granted 27 Oct., 
1658, to Grace Plumleigh. relict of dec'd.— P. C. C. (J, M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



173 



A| 



Susan ux' Jo. Mary ux' Jo. 

Webber of S' Chatley of 
Kue Truro 



The. Polewheele of Pole-=j=^ Dionesst Da. of Judge 



wheele in Com. Cornw 
liveing 1620 



Glanvile of Tavistock 



John sone & hey. Fran. 2 Tho. 3 sonne Alice Digorie Rob. Anne half 
at. 14 1620 Boneat. 12 at. 10 at. 9 at. 4 2 yeare 



John 2 William 4 Otes 5 

— Sonne of sone 

Phillip 3 London 



Digorie 6 sone Jonathan Anne ux' W'" Hearl 
liveing in Lon- 7 sonne of Bericon erber in 
don Devon 

THOMAS POLWHEILE. 



Sciant p'sent. et futur. q'' ego Rogerus de Polkenhorne dedi concessi et liac 
presenti carta mea confirmavi Johi filio meo un'm messuag. in Truru etc. Dat' apud 
Polkenhorne die sab' prox. ante festu' circumcisionis D'ni anno Regni regis E. III. 
a conquestu primo. 

Sciant present, et futur. q*^ ego Willmus fil. Joh'is de Polkenhorne dedi concessi 
et hac p'"senti carta mea confirmavi etc. hijs testibus D'no Michael Vicarie 
Ecclie de Wyniore, Joh'ne Bois et alijs. dat' apud Polkenhorne die Dominico prox. 
post festu' sc'i etc. A" regni regis Rici. II. 8. 

Sciant p'sent et futur. q'^ ego Willm's de Polkenhorne dedi concessi etc. Dat' 
apud Polkenhorne a° Regni regis R. II. 15. 



' Tlios. Polwheele, filius Digorii Polwlieele de Paroctia Scti Earme Armigeri et Duena 
Glanvill (filia Johis Glanvill defuncti olim unus ex Justiciarys Domini Regis de curia Common 
Plees), nupti fuere Tercio die Marcii 1606. Breage Par. Eeg. 

" Dionisia nupta Thomce Polwheile, Ar.'' Inscription on Judge Glanville's Tomb, Tavistock 
Church. 
* Katherine, da. of Thomas Polwheele, bap. 1608. Breage Par. Reg. 

Ped. fin. 4 James, Mic, Cornw. Edw. Skirrett, gen., Edw. Vivian, gen., Edm. Dowriche, 
gen., qu. Digory Polwhele ar. et Katherine ux. ejus. Tho. Polwhele, gen., def. 30 mess., etc. ; 40 
gard. and orch., 1000 acr. ter., 300 mead., 100 past., 40 wood, 2000 Down, 100 more, 40 sh. reddit. 
in St. Herme, Clements, Truro Burg., Kenwyn, Key, Gweudron, Gwynyer, Helston Boro', Cuthbert, 
Newly n, Probus, and Tregoneyboro. £400 paid. 

Ped. fin. 21 James, East, Cornw. John Drake, jun., and Will. Polwheile, qu. ; Jo. Gerry, def. 
Land in Tavistock. 

Stephen Trewlx)dy and Anne Polwhile, wief of Stephen P., dec, mar. 4 July, 1597. St. 

Clement's Par. Reg. 
License of marriage betw. Stephen Polwheele, gent., and Susan Lander 

of Kenwyn, 14 May, 1662. 
Francis, son of John Polwhele, Esq., bur. 1678. Tavistock Par. Reg. 
License of marriage between John Polwheele, Clerk, Vicar of White- 
church, and Elizabeth Browne of Tavistock, 9 June 1623. 
License of marriage between Gregory Stubley and Anne Polwheele of Exeter 

Treworgan, 21 June, 1673. Act Books. 

Margaret Polwhele, widow, buried 25 Mar,, 1612, at St. Allen. Bishop's Trans. )(J. M.) 
Mr. Francis Polyheil (Polwhele ?) bur. 8 June, 1678. Lanhydrock Par. Reg. 
Mr. Philip Polwheele, Clerk, buried 9 Mar. 1663. St. Kew Par. Reg. 
Margaret Polwheele, Probus 27 Sept., 1683, Adm. Arcbdeaconery of Cornwall, 
Bodmin. 



174 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Sciant p'sentes et futur. q*^ nos Rob'tiis Tubba et Ricus Roscreek dedimus et 
concessimus Nicho. Polkenhorne et Elizab. uxori eius filio Johis Renolds etc. Dat' 
deciiuo die meusis Julij Anno Regni regis Ed. IV. post conq. Angl. 19. 

Roo:er Polkinliorne a° 1 E. III.=p 



Johannes Polkinhorne= 



Will'ms Polkinghorne A° 8 R. II. et 15= 
Nicholas Polkinhorue A° 19 E. IV.=Elizab. fiha Johis Renolds 



Bowdon Gascoyne of St. Ives in Com. Cornwall= 



John Gascoyne=f=Da. & hejre of John Hell 



John Hell=i=Joane fil. et her. Johis Gascoyne 



Nicho. Hell= 



Willm Hell=^ 



Rich. Nancothon=j=Jewunut Da. & hey. of "\Ym. Hell 



Robt. Nancothon=F 



Jo. Nancothon= 
Thomas Polkinghorne of Polkinghorne mar. the Da. of Opy of Bodmin= 



3| 
Raph. Polkinghorne of Gui-=^KatherinDa. 
niavd in Cornw. bought the | of Tho. Cos- 
Mann' of Dynasia & por- j wyne of Gui- 
thin of Jo. Nacothon being ! nerbywhorae 
his Kinseman ! hehadlandes 



i I 

John Polkinghorn 
of Polkinghorne 
mar. the Da. & hey. 
of Olver of Bodmin 



Willm. Polking- 
horne of Breague 
mar. the Da. of 
Cowlinc; 



1 1 

Kath' Da.of=John Polkinghorne=Kath'Da. 
Tho. Dewen of Gwiner in Cora, of Tho. 
Cornw. liveing 1620 Wolcott 



Thomas Polking- 
horne sone & 
hevre mar. 



Henry Polking- 
horne fil. primo- 
genitus. 



John Sonne & heire 



Roger Polkinghorne fil, et h^eres 

p' me JOHN POLKINGHORNE. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



175 



^olfeinj^orne. 



Tho. Polkinhoine= 



John Polkinhorne^ of Polkinhorne=pElizab, Da. & hey. of Tho. Oliver of 
in Com. Cornwall Bodmin in Cora. Cornwall 



Tho. Polkinhorne^ of Polkinhorne*=j=Catherine Da. of Rich. Pella- 
in Com. Cornwall I mounter in Com. Corn. 



2| 1| I II 

Thomas Grace » Mary ux"" John Polkinhorne= Alice Da. of 3. Richard set. 38 



2 Sonne unma"" Warne of Polkinhorne in 

tet. 40 set. 34 Pryor of Com. Cornwall 

Gwendier filius et heeres fet. 
44 



Otes Edy of 
Bodmin in 4. James 8et.33 
Com. Corn- 
wall 



I II II II II 

Otes Polkinhorne Catherine 1 Da. ^ Tho. 2 son 4. Willm^t. 15 6. Raphe ^ 

filius et heres set. set. 13 fet. 18 — - est. 12 

20 — _ 5. Roger JBt. 14 — 

4 Margery 2 Da. John 3 son 7. Stephen 7 

£et. 4 set. 16 



t 



fet. 6 
JOHN POLKINHORNE. 



Gwinear 
I Par. Eeg. 



1 Bur. 19 March. 1565-6. 

2 Mar. 11 Jan., 1564-5 ; died 4 Dec. and bur. 6 Dec, 1610. 

3 Bap. 15 Aug., 1582. 
^ Bap. 7 Feb., 1616-17. 
5 Bap. 10 Feb., 1601-2. 
« Bap. 15 May, 1609. 
7 Bap. 20 May, 1613. 
* Chancery Proceedings A.D. 1581, Eliz., P. p. 4, No. 93. Thomas P. claimed a tenement 

and four acres of land called Traytor in parish of Padstowe as his by right of descent from 
Thomas Olyver, father of Elizabeth, his mother. 

t Esch. Eliz. Jas. and Chas., part 25, No. 77. John Polkinhorne, gent., died 20 Oct., 1638. 
Otho P., son and heir, aged 30 and more. 



John Polkinhorne and Catherine his wife mar. 

Mr. John Polkinhorne and Catherine ,, 

Thos. Glyun of the Boro' of Helston mar. Mary the da. 

and heir of Otho Polkinhorne of Polkinhorne 
Margaret, da. of Mr. Thos. Polkinhorne, bap. June and bur, 



14 Jan., 
18 Feb., 



1.584-5. N 
1594-5 



22 April, 1662. 

6 Aug., 1571. 

20 Aug., 1572, bur. 17 Sept., 1572. 

11 Nov., 1573. 
15 Mar., 1574-5. bur. 30 Sept., 1580. 

25 Sept., 1583. 
8 Oct. and bur. 
1587, 



Gwinear 
Par. Reg. 



Elizabeth, 

John, son of Thos. Polkinhorne, 

Blanch, da. of Mr. Thos. Polkinhorne, 

Grace, ,, ,, 

William, son of Thomas „ „ 8 Oct. and bur. 12 Oct., 1583. 

Avis, da. of „ „ „ 1587, ,. 7 Dec, 1610. 

Katherine, ,, ,, ,, 7 Jan., 1586-7. 

Jane, „ Mr. John Polkinhorne, „ 1 Feb., 1600. 

Katherine, ,, John Polkinhorne, gent., bap. 1610. 

Elizabeth, ,, John Polkinhorne of Polkinhorne, 

bap. 25 June, 1615, bur. 3 Oct., 1616. 
James, son of Mr. John Polkinhorne, „ 6 Aug., 1619, bur. 26 Nov., 1619. 
Nicholas, „ John Polkinhorne, gent., „ 18 Aug., 1608, bur. 6 Oct., 1608./ 

[_]Vote continned on following i) age 



176 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



^9olIarlr. 



Christopher Pollard filius=pJana fil. Rici Erlesman in Insula Victis in Com. South. 

I I \ \ ^1 

^ Christop. 2 Beniamin Pollard fil. 1. Anna^ 6 2. Gertrud 4 3. Jane* 2 

ob. s. p. ffitatit unius anni 

CHRISTOPHER POLLARD. 



pomtrop. 



John Pomeroy of Colliton in pochi9e= 
de Newton Ferrers in Co. Devon 



=Da. of Strowd 
of Pardnon 



Andrew Pomeroye of Colliton=Anne Da. of S'' Geo. Mathewe 
in Com. Devon of Wales 



(iVwfe eontt lined.) 

Zenobia, da. of Thos. Polkinhome, 
Jane, ,, „ 

Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Polkinhome, 
Catherine, wife of John Polkinhorne, 
James, son of John Polkinhorne. gent., 
Katherine, wife of John Polkinhorne, gent, 
Otho Polkinhorne, gent., 



bur. 16 Sept.. 1575. ] 
.. 20 March. 1578-9, 
17 May, 1586, 
28 Feb., 1588-9. 
8 Feb., 1600-1. 
16 March. 1610-11. 
1665. 



Gwinear 
Par. Peg. 



Nicholas Polkinghorne and Jane Stephen mar. at Breage 28 Nov., 1601. Bp. of Exeter's 

Transcripts. 
Jas. Williams and Margaret Polkinghorn, mar. 15 April, 1644. Breage Par. Reg. 
Otho. son of .fohn Polkinhorne, gent., baptized 1599. Bodmin Par. Reg. ) 

Mary, dau. of Pascho Polkinhorn bap. 1582. "I St. Columb Major i 

Richard Tregennowe and Jane Polkinhorn mar, le.'Ji. J Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

License of marriage between Roger Polkinhorne of Maddem, gent., and Blanche 
Elise of the same, 25 January. 1626. 

1 Christopher, son of Christopher Pollard, gent., bap. 28 Nov., 1616, bur. 20 Aug.. 1620. > 

^Bengymyn, „ „ „ 19 April, 1633. 

* Amy, dau. of ,, bap. 4 Sept.. 1613. 

■•Jane, „ „ „ 15 Oct., 1617. 

Christopher, son of ,, and Jane, „ 24 May, 1624. 

Gilbert. ., „ .. „ May, 1627. 

Margaret, dau. of „ ., .. 16 Oct., 1628. 

Mary. ., „ „ 30 Dec, 1626. 

Edward, son of „ and Jane, ,, 12 Dec, 1628. 

Jane, dau. of „ .. 1 Nov., 1628. 

John Toker, jun., gent., and Protesia Pollard mar. 17 Dec, 1683. 

* Chancery Proceedings A.D. 1593, Elizab., P. p. 7 No. 55. Pollard v. Chiverton and o'rs. 
Names Alexander Pollard of St. Hillary and Thomas Pollard, his son. 

Charles Pollard and Frances Godolphin mar. 19 Nov., 1698. Tywardreath Par. Reg. 

Lewis Pollard, Esq.. and Mistris Mary Fortescue mar. 9 May, 1611, at Filleigh. Bp. of 
Exeter's Transcripts. 



St. Ma- 
byn Par, 
Reg. 
(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



177 



A| 



John 2 sone mar. 
Mary Da. of Jo. 
Slaninge of 
Plimpton Mary 
in Com. Devon 



Edw. 3 sone 
mar. Julian 

Da. of 

Forster & 
had isue 
]\Tathew ^ 



I 
Wm. Pome-=Mary Da. Wilmot 



roye of Col- 
liton in 
Com. Devon 



of Jo. ux' 

Bevill of Inkle- 
Killgarthe ton 



Mary ux' W"" 
Leigh of Leigh 

Thomazin ux' 
Pitford 



I 
John 2 sone 
who died in 
Ireland 



^ Jane ux' 
Wm. Ca- 
vill 



2 Andrew Pomeroy ^ of St,== Jane Da. & sole hey. of 



Collomb liveing 1620 in 
Com. Cornwall 



'Wra. sone & hey. at. 14 1620 ^ ^nne 1 Da. 



Digorie Hext of Laun- 
ceston in Cornwall 



Fran. 2 Da. 
AND. POMEROY. 



S'' Edw. Pomeroy of Bury Pomeroy in Com. Devon K'^= 



^ Hugh Pomeroy of Tregny=Johan da. of Tho. Bowerman S"" Thomas Pomeroy 
in Cornwall 2 sonne | of the Isle of Wight sonne & heir 



Hugh Pomeroy sonne 
& heire 



^ Henry Pomeroy of Tregney=i=Eliza da. of John Bony- 
2 sonne living 1620 I than of Kewry 



I I I I I I 

Hugh sonne & heire Eetat. Francis 2 John 3 Henry 4 Richard 5 Elvnor 
18 annoru' 1620 

* HENRYE POMEROY. 



> Bur. 31 May, 1634. ■) y, ^ , ,„ ^ /Tl^/r^ 

2 „ 22 Nov., 1639. j ^^- Columb Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

3 Named in the will of John Pomeroy of St. Cleere, gent., 16 June, 1618, in which is also 
named Slatthew, son of Ullis Pomeroy, deceased (qy. Edward). Proved in London 12 March, 
1619. Witnesses Pascowe Vivian, Pascowe Vivian, jun., and Rich. Vivian. 

* Son of Sir Rich. Pomeroy, Sir Edw. died 21 Oct., 30 Hen. VIII. Thomas Pomeroy, his 
son and heir, aged 35 and more. Esch. Inq. p. m. 30 and 31 Hen. VIII., Cornw., No. 7. Names 
his wife Johanna, da. of Su- John Sapcot, and the Manor of Tregoney. 

* Ob. 23 Sept., 7 Eliz. Inq. p. m., 8 Eliz., No. 50. Hugh Pomeroy, son and heir, set. 11. 
Names Sir Thomas Pomeroy, his brother. 

6 Mar. 15 Apr., 1600. St. Columb Par. Reg. (J. M.) Mayor of Tregoney, 1620. 

* Walter Jenkyn and Ann Pomeroy, mar. 27 Oct., 1628. St. Columb Par. Reg. (J. M.) 
Gregory Pomeroy and Joane Broade, mar. 17 Nov., 1617. ') 

Rich., son of Gregory Pomerie, bap. 14 Jan., 1617-18. vSt. Ewe Par. Reg. 

Grace, da. of „ „ 22 Oct., 1620. ) 

Cor. Reg. King John, No. 6. Hen. de la Pomeroy v. John Russell and Rohaysia de la 
Pomeroy, his wife, plea of dower. Rohays de la Pomeroy for her husband John Russell v. Henry 
de la Pomeroy, her son, in a plea of dower. 

Inq. prob. set. 15 Edw. I., No. 72. Henry, son of Henry de la Pomeroy, born at Tregoney, 
and baptized in the church of the said town, 22 years of age on the Friday after Feast of 
Pentecost, 15 Edw. I. 

Inq. p. m. 27 Ed. I., No. 32. Henry de la Pomeroye and Peter Corbet consang. et hsered. 
of Roger de Valle Torte. 

Ped. fin. 29 Eliz., Ea. Rich. Carveth qu. Hen. Pomeroy gen. def. Ten't in Penwame 
Chidown, etc. 2 A 



178 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



1 Walt' Porter of the Countie=rGartrude Da. of Rich, 
of Cornwall Chamond 



Peter Porter 2 sonne=j=Suznn Da. of ^ 
of Lancells Digory Grenvile 



Eich. Porter of Lancelles in Com. 
Cornw. liveing; 1C20 atat. 44 



John 1 sone atat. 16 1620 



Rich. 2 sone at. 14 

Not signed. 



' Inq. p. m. 24 Eliz., No. 7. "Walter Porter died 17 Jan., 24 Eliz. Rich. Porter, son and 
heir, set. 5 years 7 July last. Eecites will of Walter, dated 14 Jan., 1581, in which are named 
his -^vife Gertrade, sons Peter and John, da. Mary, and his bro. Emanuel Chamond. Richard 
Porter, his son, sole Ex'r. 

- Will of Barnaby Leigh of St. Catherine's, Devon, dated 20 Aug., 1616. proved London, 
15 May, 1618. Names his sister Porter (probably this Su.san) and his mother, Mrs. Phillip 
Grenville ; and we find, ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 226, that Phillip, da, of Hugh Prust, mar. 1, 
Wm. Leigh, and 2, Digory Greenvile. 

'* Inq. p. m. 8 Eliz.. No. 175. John Porter died 24 August, and Walter, son of Walter Porter, 
bro. and heir of said John, and aged 10 years and more. 

Mr. Richard Porter, Esq., and Mrs. ilary Mollesworth. | Egloshayle \ 

mar. 21 Aug., 1628. > Par. Reg. 
Mary, dau. of Richard Porter, Esq., of the " ] St. Kew 

parish of Lauucells, bap. 14 May, 1637. j Par, Reg. 

Mr. Thomas Porter was presented to the Rectory \ 

of this parish 15 June, 1629. 

Thomas, son of Thomas Porter, Rector of St. Mabyn, by Sarah 

his wife, bap. 15 Mar., 1C).S9. 

Mary, da. of Christ. Porter, gent., by Elizab., „ 1 Jan., 1670. 
Thomas, son of „ ,, 28 Dec, 1671, 

Lucy, da, of „ by Eliz,, ,. 13 Oct,, 1673, 

Thomas, son of „ „ „ 20 Aug., 1683. 

Christopher, ,. „ „ „ 20 Jan., 1686. 

John, „ „ „ 19 June, 1688, 

Charles, „ „ „ 17 June, 1690, 

Endymion, „ „ „ 1 Oct., 1692. 



Walter Langollen, gent., & Mrs. Ann Porter, mar. 15 June, 1658. 



Thomas Fornell, gent., Sc Mrs. Mary Porter, 
Mr. Charles Porter & Mrs. Mary Caffin, of 

Launceston, ,, 

John, sou of Thomas Porter, Rector, by Sarah, bur 
Thomas Porter, gent., son of Mr. Thomas 

Porter, Rector, ,, 

Sarah Porter, wife of Thomas Porter, Rector, „ 
Thomas Porter, Rector, „ 

Christ., son of Christ. Porter, gent., by Elizab., ,, 
Elizab,, wife of Mr. Christ. Porter, „ 

William, sou of „ ,, 

Wm., son of Robert Porter, gent., 
George, ,, Wm. and Grace Porter, 
Mr. Robert Porter and Alice Taverner, 
Wm. Porter and Grace, dau. of George Bastard, 

of Lanteglos, 
Robert Porter, gent., 
Alice Porter, widow, 
George, son of Wm. Poi-ter, 
Grace, wife of AVilliain Porter, gent.. 



30 Dec, 1658. 

24 June, 1714, 
5 July, 1639. 



23 Jan., 1666. 

12 May, 1668. 

30 Sep., 1668. 

15 Oct., 1681. 

17 May, 1701, 

14 May, 1706./ 

bap. 1665. 

„ 1688. 

mar. 21 Feb.. 1663. 



St. Jlaliyu 
Par, Reg. 




St. Teath 
Par. Reg. 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



179 



^oitn\ 



Richard Porter of St. Stephens=. . . . da. of William Parkyug 
iuxta Ash in Cornwall of Torr in Com. Cornub. 



John Porter of St. Stephens by Salt Ash=f=Margaret da. of ... . Bake of Bake 



William Porter of Trimer-=j=Mary da. of Hen 



ton in St. Stephens eldest 
Sonne 



Hichins of Merk- 
well 



John Porter of = Agnes da. of 
Salt Ash 2 Henry Lns- 

Sonne comb 



Richard Porter of Tri-==Elizabeth da. 



mertoa in St. Stephens 
living 1620 



of John Pas- 



Elizabeth wife to Rich. 
Lambert & after to 
Theebald Gears 



2 Roger Porter sonne 
& heir astat. 15 
annoru' 1620 



Johana wife 
to Hugh 
Hawkyns 



AVillm 2 ^ Erysye 4 Dorothy 1 Elizab. 3 

Richard 3 Ai'thure 4 Mary 2 Johan 4 



RICHARD PORTER. 



' Erisye, son of Eichard Porter, gent., bajD. 5 Jan., 1615, at St. Stephen's 

by Saltash. 
2 William, son of Roger Porter, gent., ,, 9 Oct., 1633, ,, 



}Bi 



shop's 
Trans. 



Kilkhampton 



Wills : 
Archdeaconry 
of Cornwall. 



(J. M.) 



* Christopher Osmond, gent., and Marye Porter, mar. 26 Mar., 1627. 
Par. Eeg. 

St. Stephens by Saltash. William Porter, gent., prob. 23 Sept., 1675. 
Eoger Porter, gent., „ 31 Oct., 1677. 
Elizabeth Porter, „ 2 May, 1679. 

St. Mabyn. Thomas Porter, „ 19 Sept., 1666. 

St. Teath. 1677. Robert Porter. W. "^ Wills : Principal 

Plymouth. 1672. Francis Porter, clerk. W. j Register, Exeter. 

Will of Thomas Porter, Rector of St. Mabyn, dated June, 1668. To be buried in 
chancel of St. Mabyn Church. Names daughters Alice Porter, Sarah Elford, Mary 
Howell, Ann Laugollan, and son Christopher Porter, who he makes sole executor. 

Probate 20 Jan., 1668-9. Coke, 9 P. C. C. 

Inventory of the goods of Richard Porter of Launcells, 2/6, 24 June, 1631. 

License of marriage between Michael Porter of Launceston, clerk, and Alice Jen- 
nings, widow, of Plymouth, 22 July, 1642. Exeter Act Book. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 38 Hen. III., No. 1. Henry le Porter, qu. Eeginald le Porter, def. A 
knight's fee in Treseles on the death of Eeginald to remain entirely to Henry and his heirs, as 
held of Eeginald and his heirs for ever by payment of 2s. annually at Michaelmas. 

Chancery Proceedings, A.D. 1579, Elizab. P. p. 3, No. 11. Porter v. Battin. Names William, 
Eichard, Bartholomew, and Jane, children of Thomas Porter and Agnys his wife, who afterwards 
mar. defendant, John Battin. Will of Thos. Porter dated 29 Aug., 1553 ; proved before Thos. 
Fuyge, Official of the Archdeaconry of Cornwall, 10 Oct., 1558. 



180 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Arms. — Argent a Brake Sci. 

Rob. Poyle of Tregney=f= 

I 
John Poyle of Tregnej=pDa. and Coli. of S'' Tho. Tregartlian K' 



Jo. Poyle of Tregney=T=Da. of Nicho. Barrat of Tregardon 



^ Rich. Poyle of Castlecesanse=i=Elizb. Da. of Hugh Boscawea 
^1 

I 
Nicho. Poyle of Castlezance in=Elizb. Da. of Hugh 
Com. Cornw. liveinge 1620 Monday of Tregney 

* NICH. POYLE. 



' Eich. Poyle, ob. 9 July, 35 Eliz. Nicholas, son and heii-, set. 14 at time of father's death. 
Castlesans, etc. Inq. p. m. 36 Eliz., 2 pt.. No. 45. 

* Nicholas, the son of Mr. Poyle, was buried 9 Nov., 1563. St. Mabyn Par. Peg. } ,^ ,, > 
John Hender and Willmet Poyle mar. 1657. St. Teath Par. Reg. ) {-J-H-) 

Ealph Poyle bur. 1626. Padstow Par. Reg. 

Tho. Poyle of Tregoney. Will, many bequests to Churches, Tregony, Bodmin, etc. Residue 
to wife Joan. Names sons Robert, Richard, and Martin, who were appointed exors. in succession 
after Joan. Henry Pester.C) Ric. Penwerin.('') ando'rs, witnesses. P. P. C. A.D. 1502. Blamye, 163. 

Robert Poyle.('») Will, 10 Sept., 1502 ; to be buried in the Church of St. Frembaron of Fowey ; 
to the building of the said Church, " all my part of a ship called the De le An of Fowey ;" legacies 
to Tho. Trevroi (Treffey) and the Vic. of Fowey. Residue to Ric. Haryngton,('') his father-in- 
law, and Tho. Poyle, his brother, whom he appointed executors for the protection of his daughter 
Joane. He bequeathed to each sou of his brother a silver cup. Hen. Pester,(*) Supervisor. 
P. P. C. at Lambeth, Dec, 1.502. (Blamye, 163.) 

Ped. fin. 1 and 2 Ph. and Mary. East. Cornw. John Tremayne and o'rs, qu. ; J. Poyle, def. 
ten. in Tregoney and Cornelly. 

Ped. fin. 22 Elizb. Hil. Cornw. Jno. DaUamayne, qu. John Poyle and o'rs, def. Ten't in 
Tregarrock, etc. 

Ped. fin. 43-4 Eliz. Mich. Cornw. Ric. Coga, qu. ; Nich. Poile, def. tent, in Trevalla Vean. 

,, 16 James, East. Comw. Andrew Avent and Plugo Munday, qu. ; Nicholas Poyle, 

gen., def. Lands in Castlesins al's Castellzens, Elerkie al's Verian, Trewolla-Vean, Goran, 

HeUigan al's Heligan, Kestell, St. Ewa, Bcaga-Cubie, Penboghe, Saynt Stephen's in Brannell, 

Oxford Park, and Clements, etc. £120 paidT 

Richard Harrington of Fowey. Ped. fin. 8 Hen. VII.,^Margaret, da. of Jno, Herle of Prideaux 
Trin., Cornw. Commissioned to try Pirates at Fowey. I Herle and Anne his wife, da. and h. of 
I'at. Roll. 1st Edw. V. I Jno. Salter of Foye.(») 

I 
Anne=FRobert Poile. 



Jane Poile, so. da. and h.=j=Thomas Petit, 2nd husb. (in whom the male line of Petit ended.) 
Alice, so. da. and h.=pJames Tresahar of Trevcthan. 

(Uarl. 1031, fo. 78 and 72. Add. MSS. 14315. Bcnolt's Visit. of A.D. 1531. Treffry MS. at Place 
Fowey, and Sir John Maclean's ' Hist, of Trigg.' vol. i. p. 683.) 

In the list of ktiights summoned from Cornw.ill, A.D. 1277, to attend King Edw. I. at Wor- 
cester, on service against Llewellyn ap GriflSth, wc find the names of Walter de la Poylle, Ralph 
I'.a.'^sett, Tho. le Ercedekne, Rob. D'Aumarle, Henry de Ralegh, Robt. de Dvneham, Robert Malet, 
etc., knights. For Sir Walter de la Poyle, John de la Poyle, his son, offered to perform the 
service of half a fee in Hampton (Hampton, Poyle, Oxfordsh.) " qui idem Walterus est de familia 
Com. Cornub." Cott. Claud. C. II., fos. 52, 55. 

Inq. p. m. 27 Ed. I. No. 44. Walter de la Poyle. John. s. and h., fet. 25. 

In a window of the Manor Ho. of Sutton Valence were the arms of De la Poyle, — A. a saltire 
(In. tvifh (I lord. Sit. hczanicc. Hasted's ' Kent,' vol. ii., p. 412 n. Presumably of Cornish origin, 
from the Ijorder Sa. bezantec. 

Coram Reg. Ro. 30 Ed. I. Cornw. Roger do la Poylle named. 
(») Named in the will of SirJobn Treffry P. P. C. 19 Feb.. 1500. (Moonc, 20.) See Treffey, post. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



181 



^^t. 



Jo. Pye of Nansarth in Cornwall= 



John 1 John 2 Alex' Pye of S' Stevens m=pMarian Da. of Eich. Corne of 
sone sone Com. Cornwall 3 sonne I S* Stevens in Cornwall 



^ Antho. Pye of Bodinick-veor in=i=Constance Da. of W''^ Pound of 



Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 



Launston in Com. Cornwall 



2 Antho.=Elizb.Da. John Pye sone & Thomas 3 sone Elizb. ux' Jane ux' Hen. 



2 sonne 



of Eob. hey. ob. sine pie 

Trethewye mar. Jane Da. of Otwell 4 
Jo. Tanner of — 

Court Esq. Nathani. 5 



Hen, sone & hey atat. 4 1620 Willm 2 John 3 



Tho. Bur- Burgesse 
gess of — 

Trwro Marg' ux' W'» 

Catcher 



Jane a da. ob. sine prole 
ANTHO. PYE. 



' Esch. Eliz. Jas. and Chas., part 27, No. 92. Inq. p. m. 3 Chas. Anthony Pye died at East 
Lowe 26 April, 1627. Anthony, his son and heir. 

^ Aged 30 and more at the time of his father's death. 

* Chancery Proceedings, Eliz., P. p. 14, No. 13. Anthony Pye v. Eich, Pengelley. Lands, 
etc., in Grampound. 

William Tremayne and Anna Pye mar. 13 Aug., 1579. Entered also in~| 

St. Ewe Par. Eeg. vTruro Par. Eeg. 

Eobert Benett and Betonia Pye „ 26 Oct., 1600. ) 

Ped. fin. 10 James, Hill., Cornw. Anthony Pye gen. and Hugh Trevanion gen. qu. Tho. 
Tresahar gen. and Anna Tresahar vid. def. Lands in Govyly Vean, Fentongoeck al's Fenton- 
goeth, Tresoren al's Soren, and Kebye (Cuby) ; one-third part of the Manor of Trelowyth with its 
appurt's, a part of Trelowith the lower, Naphissick, Tregantallan al's Tregandallen, Bossinver, 
Mewan, Saynt Tewe alias Eva, etc. 

Ped. fin. 12 James, East. Cornw. Ant. Pye gen. qu. John Carveighe gen. and Barbara ux. and 
Eic. Carveigh def . Lands in Tregerthick,Trenynnock,Eayles,Streete,Portheast,&c., in Saynt Goran. 
Ped. fin. 3 Chas. Mic. Cornw. Hen. Boscawen, qu. Jno. Hoare and Joaue ux. Anthony Pye, 
jun. gen. def. Manor of West Langdon, etc. St. Stephen's in Brannell and Feock. 

John, son of Anthony Pye, bur. 29 May, 1617, at St. Stephen's) -p t v ^ > \ 
in Branel. ^-^Pf, °^ .\^^ ^ 

Eobert, son of Anthony Pye, bap. 21 March, 1623, at do. ) -^r^iiscripts. 

Mr. Anthony Pye and Phillippa Andrew mar. 8 Sept., 1684. Arch- 
deacon's Transcripts at Probus. 
Will of Susannah Pye of St. Stephen's in Brannel, co. Cornw., 
dated 16 Nov., 1712, prob. 1719. Names Philippa and two grandsons, 
Henry and Pye Harris. 

The following wills of this family are lost : — 

St. Stephen's in Branwell. Alexander Pye, 14 Feb., 1569. 

Do. John Pye, 30 Mar., 1582. 

Do. -John Pye, 12 Deer., 1607. 

Nathaniel Pye of St. Stephen's in Branwell, gent., and Jenofesse\ 

his wife held lease of lands at Terris in that parish. Deed dated 6 

Januarv, 1654. \ -p. ■, • p ii 

By- deed dated 1 Aug., 12 Charles I., Anthony Pye of St. Stephen's I tion of^Sir John 
in Branwell, gent., conveyed lands at Hallivick in that parish to Tho- / m cl 
mas Hoblyn and bis heirs. 

By deed dated 25 June, 7 Chas. I., Anthony Pye of St. Stephen's 
in Branwell conveyed lands called Terrys to John Vivian. j 

^Avtc continued on nex-t page. 



)(J.M.) 



182 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Captaine Quarme=Da. of Crispin Lo. of Woodhouse 

Roger Quarme of "Woodhouse=j= 
I 



Roger Quarme of Woodhouse=i=Da. of Bastard 



Robt. Quarme=p Agnes da. of Crispine of Hedswell 



Robt. Quarme of "Woodhouse=j=Bridget Da. of Robt. Thomas ob. s. p. 



in Devon but now of S*^ 
Keverne in Cornwall 



Webber of Bowrings 
Lee 



in India Orien- 
talis 



John 3 
filius 



Thomas fil. pri- Nicholas 2 fil. Gedian 3=j=Mary Da. of Robt. Robt. Quarme fil. 
mus ob. s. p. ob. s. p. fil. get. | Crispin 4 set. 28 



Robt. filius et heres ast. 6 annoru' 1620 Honor Dorothey 



I 11 II I 

Walter Quarme Nicholas 6 Bridget mar. to Anne ob. virgo Abigail mar. 

5 fil. scolasticus filius astat. Edw. Isack of — to Willm 

20 S' Anthony Grace virgo Hext 

# ROBERT QUARME. 



To Inquire for ye Coate of Randall. 

2 
Da. of Eyre=f=Tho. Randall of Peryn in Com.=pGrace Da. of Rich. Geir- 



Cornw. liveing 1620 Gertrude 
da. of Nic. Pcnticost 3 wife 

B=F c 



veis of Constenton in 
Com. Cornwall 



(J.M.) 



(^Note continved.') 

Adm'n. etc., of Otwell, alias Atwell Pyc. Probus, granted to Jane] 
Pye, his relict, 19 Sept., 1683. \ go^^nnu 

Adm'n, etc., Nathaniel Pye of St. Stephen's in Branwell granted / 
to Jenefer Pye, his relict, 10 Sept., 1669. J 

Humphry Pye and William Pye witnesses to the will of Constantino Moyle 
of St. Minver, dated 16 Deer., 1618. 

** Robert Quarme, gent., and Katherine Trefusis, da. of Thomas Trefusis, mar. 1633. Con- 
stantine Par. Reg. 

Mrs. Dorothy Quarme bur. at Creed 1668. ) ^ ^^ E^^^er's Transcripts. 

Otrace, da. of Rob. Quarme. gent., bur. at do. 1668. > ^ 
Joseph May (Clerk) and Judith Quarme mar. 1688. St. Ewe Par. Reg. 
The register books of Mawnan contain several entries of the family of Quarme about the 
date of this Visitation. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL . 

A I B I C I 



183 



n. I I II I 

Thomasi ^ gj^^ John HaniballRan- Tho. Randall of Mevy=T=Kath' Da. of 

f n'l'e ^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^°°^" Ciornwall live- "^ "' 

Mary J '^ sone wife ing 1620 2 sone 



Jo. Stronge 
of Saltash 



Tho. 2 Willm 3 Katherin 1 Da, John sone & hey. at. 6 



Rich. 3 
Wilhn4 



Jenifer ux' 

John 

Treourne 



Jane ux' 
W° Tre- 
wynick 



Grace ux' 
Fran. 
Hill of 



Emlyn ux' 
W™Rumoe 



Dorithie ux' Jo. 
Retallick in 
Cornwall 



THO. RANDALL. 



Phillip Rashleigh of Fowye=j=Genet Da. of Tho. Leighe 



2 Robt. Rashley 
sone & heyre 



^ John Rashleyghe^ 
2 Sonne 



* Agnes ux' Mar- 
tin of Devon 

Jone uxor Jo. 
Mayo of Lowe 



^ John Rash-= 
ley sone & 
heire of 
Fowye in 
Com. Corn- 
wall liveing 
1620 



=Alice6 Da. of 
Bonithan of 
Kertleowe 
in Cornwall 



=Alice Da. of W-" 
Hanyon 



Avis ux' Kes- 
tell of Cornw. 

^ Joanne un- 
maried 



Emlyn ux. J, Ape- 
ley of Devon 

^ Mary uxor Sim. 
Clotworthie of 
Rashleigh 



* Ped. fin. Cornw. i, Edw. IV., No. 1. Henry Courteney, son of Thos. Courteney, late Earl 
of Devon, qu. Thos. Sele and Margaret his wife def. Names John Eandell of Merther, 

1 Inq. p. m. -i Edw. VI., part I., No. 23. Philip Eayssheligh died 14 June, 4 Edw. VI. 
Robert R., son and heir, aged 30 and more. 

2 Inq. p. m. 30 Elizb., pt. I., No. 12. Robt. Rayshlegh ob. 27 March. John Rashlegh, son 
and heir, aged 20 years, 7 mo., 24 d. at father's death, and had married Elizabeth, the da. of Rich. 
Trevanion, ar. 

3 Inq. p. m. 25 Eliz., No. 163. John Rashleigh died 10 Aug., 20 Eliz. John, son and heir, 
aged 27 and more. 

* She is called Joane, wife of Will Martin of Totnes, in Martin ped., ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 182. 
^ Jno. Rashleigh and Alice Bonython mar. 10 Feb., 1575. >-c, p p 

6 Alice, wife of John Rashley, Esq., bur. 10 Ap., 1607. j * ^^^^ ^^- ■"^^• 

^ Named in Inq. p. m. John Rashleigh, note 3. 

^ Simon Clotworthy and Mary Rashleigh mar. 2 Mar., 1583. Fowey Par. Reg. 

t Inq. p. m. 21 Eliz., part I., No. 15. Thomas Rashleigh of Foye died 20 May, 18 Eliz. 
John Rashleigh, his nephew, son of Robert R., his next heir, set. 18 y'rs 2 months. 

Inq. p. m. 20 Jas., part I., No. 92, John Rashleigh. Robt., s. and h., aged 24 at father's death. 
Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabille, Esq., and Madam Jane Carew, da, of Sir j Anthony in 
John Carew, Bart., were mar. 12 Dec, 1681. (Entered also at Lan- > the East 
livery.) J Par. Reg. 



184 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A 



Jonithan 2 sone mar. 
Anne Da.of S"" Robert 
Basset K' 



John Rashley sone 
& hey. at, 34 live- 
ins:e 



Alice ux' Niche. 
Sawle of Cornw. 



Debora ux' 
John Spark 
of Devon 



JONATHAN RASHLEIGHE. 



Johan Eashleigh 

Joan Rashleigh 

Letty Eashleigh 

John, son of Jo. Rashleigh, 

John, „ ,, 

Joan Rashleigh 

John, son of Kob. Rayshley, 

Margaret Rashleigh 



Robert, 

Jno., 

Jonathan. 

Philip, 

Thomas, 

John, 

Jno., 

Jonathan, 

Jonathan, 

Philip, 

Jno., 

Rob., 

Absalom, 

Thos.. 



son of Mr. Jno. Rashlegh of Coombe, 

gent.. 



son of Robert Rashley, 
„ Jonathan Rashlegh, 



John Rashley of Menibilie, Esq. 
John Rashley of Coombe 
John Rashley, gent., of Menabilly, 
John Rashley of Coombe, gent., 
Robert Rashleigh, 

,, gent., 

Thos. Rashleigh and Elizab. Trevanion 

Francis Vivyan and Elizab. Rashleigh 

Mr. Robert Rashlegh and Jane Maior (qy. Maioe) 

John Rashleigh, gent., and Elizab. Rashleigh 

Rob. Rashlegh and Grace Biggs 

Kath., ux. Mr. John Rashleigh of Coombe, 

John Rashlegh 

John Rashlegh, gent., of Coombe 

Mr. Jno. Rashleye, Esq. 

John, his son, 

Joane, ux. Rob. Rashlegh of Coombe 

Thos., son of Jno. Rashley of Coombe, gent., 

John Rashley of Coombe, the elder 

Thos., son of Jno. Rashley, 

Rob. Rashley, Esq., 

Thos. Rashley of Coombe 

Mrs. Joanc Rashley, wid., 

Mrs. Mary Rashley 

Phil. Rashley, gent., 

Mrs. Jane Rashley 

Mrs. Joan Rashey 

Mrs. Mary Rashey 

Mr. Jno. Rashey 

Jno. Rashley of St. Katherine's, Esq., 

Jane, ux. Jonathan Rashley, Esq., 

Stephen, son of John Rashleigh, bap. 26 Feb., 16.S0, 



bap. 3 Aug. 15-14. \ 

26 Jan.. 1546. 

8 July, 1548. 

„ 11 May. 1550. 

„ 27 Nov., 1554. 

5 May, 1658. 

14 Jan.. 1563. 

1564. 

„ 29 June, 1585. 

„ 22 Dec, 1588. 

„ 4 July. 1591. 

„ 11 Nov., 1593. 

„ 7 Sept., 1595. 

„ 21 Jan., 1619. 

„ 22 Apl., 1621. 

„ 15 Jan.. 1631. 

„ 23 July, 1642. 

„ 19 Nov., 1643. 

20 Nov., 1644. 

1645. 

21 Jan.. 1655. 

1660. 

mar. 30 June. 1573. 

13 Jan.. 1605. 

16 Dec., 1619. 

„ 5 Dec, 1642. 

„ Jan., 1662. 

bur. 1614. 

20 Aug., 1619. 

„ 21 Nov., 1621. 

„ 16 May, 1624. 

„ 22 May, 1624. 

„ Jan., 1643. 

1648. 

„ 1654. 

„ 1660. 

„ 1666. 

„ 1661. 

„ 1668. 

,, 1674. 

„ in the Chiirch 1681. 

„ 1681. 

„ 2 March, 1682. 

„ 1683. 

,, in the Church 1691. 

1693. 

31 Aug.. 1700. 

Mawgan in Men. Par. Reg, 



Fowey 
Par. Reg. 



Mr. Jonathan Rashey, Esq., and Nan Courtney were mar. 11 March, 1672. Tywardreth 

Par. Reg. 
Phil., son of Jno. Rashley, Esq., by Joan, bap. 1647. St. Sampson's andGolant Par. Reg. 
Francis, s. of Wm. Rashleigh (of Gunwalloe) & Jane his wife, bap. 1690. ") Cury. Par. 

Joane, da. of Peter Rashleigh and Mary, bap. 14 Oct., 1690. j Reg. 

Several entries of Rashleigh appear in the Par. Reg.'s of Gunwalloe and Cury. 
Chan. Pro., Eliz., R. r. 4, No. 62. John Rashleigh of ]\Icnaliilly v. Wm. Achym and or"s. 
Right of water at Penhellick in parish of Pelynt. John Rashleigh, father of Orator, named. 

Ped. fin. Comw., 6 Edw. VI., pack. 9. John Rashley gent. qu. Stephen Vyvyan gent, and 
Maria his wife def . Pennyllyke, Foxehall, and Holewood, in the parishes of Pelynt and Quethyock. 
John paid Stephen £80 sterling. 

For more extended ped. of Rashleighe, see Harl. M.S. 1079. fo. 200. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



185 



John Reskimer of Marthen in Com. Cornub. Esq.- 



John Ees-: 


=Grrace da. 


William Res-= 


=Elynor da. 


Eichard= 


=. . . . Catherine wife 


kimer 


to John 


kimer Ssonne 


of Henry 


Res- 


to Thomas 


Sonne & 


St.Aubyn 


& heire to 


ISpurr of 


kimer 


Enys of Enys 


heir ob. 


of Clo- 


his brother of 


NorthiU 


2 Sonne 


— 


s. p. 


wans Esq. 


Merthen 


in Com. 
Cornub. 




Jane wife to 
John Couch 
of Penryn 



Henry 2 
William 3 
James 4 
Nicholas 5 



John Ees-=^ Mara-aret 



kimer of 
Marthen 
Esq.liviug 
1620 



da. of 
George 
Gifford of 
Tiverton 



.11. 
Grace 1 d. 

Mary 3 

Johan 4 

Gather in 5 



Philippa^ 
wife to 
Jo.Trith- 
wall of 
Trink 



John Res- 
kimer 
Sonne & 
heir ob. 
s. p. ^ 



all unmaried 
* HENRY RESKIMER. 



* Mary in the GyfEord Ped. See 'Visit. Devon,' p. 135. 
- Compare ped. of Tliomas of Crowan, 2^ost. 

* John, son of John Trelawney, Esq., and Anne Reskymer, gent., da. of Alse Reskymer, mar. 
11 Dec, 1562. Menhenuiot Par. Keg. 

This marriage carried the quarterings of Reskymer, Trevarthian, and (Jarminow, to Trelaw- 
ney ; John Trevarthian having been proved one of the heirs of Joanna Carminow, loq. p. m. 
19 Eic. II., No. 15, as son of Matilda, tlie daughter of Sir Oliver Carminow. The subsequent 
descent through the main line of Reskymer is given in the ' History of Trigg,' vol. i., p. 655. 
Rich. Reskymer, bur. 1597. 1 

John Reskymer, Esq., „ 1601. VConstantine Par. Reg. 
AVill. Reskymer, Esq., „ 1616. ) 

Arthur, son of Mr. Will. Reskymer, bur. 27 Dec, 1601. Gluvias Par. Reg. 
Alice Reskymer, gent., bur. 1563. St. Tudy Par. Reg. ) 

John Trenthall. gent., and Phillis, da. of Wm. Reskymer, Esq., mar. 10 Feb., 1615. \ (J.M.) 
Constantine Par. Reg. ) 

Inq. p. m. 5 Ed. IV., No. 19. Ralph Reskymmer, ob. 14 April last. Will. Eeskymmer, son 
and heir, set. 28. 

Inq. p. m. 11 Ed. IV., No. 45. William Reskymmer, ob. 11 Feb. last. Names Elizabeth, his 
wife, da. of Thos. Arundell, militis ; John Reskymmer, son and heir, set. 14, et amp. 

Inq. p. m. 6 Elizb., No. 15. Alice Reskymer, wid., ob. 14 Jan. Anne, ux. John Trelawney, 
aged 21, 26 July last; Katherine, aged 16; Francisca, aged 13; and Johanna, aged 12, her 
daughters and heirs. 

Inq. p. m. 15 Jas., part 1, No. 96. John Reskymer al's Ci:eber of Merthen, ob. 2 Feb. last 
past. An Ind're, 3 Ap., 44 Elizb., between John Reskymer al's Creber of Merthen, first part, and 
Tho. St. Awbyn of Clowance, Esq., and Tho. Enys of Gluvias, gent., second part, recites a demise 
by John Reskymer, Esq., of Merthen, dec. dat. 1 Mar., 4 Elizb., of certain lands to John Reskymer 
al's Creber, rem. to Will. Reskymer al's Creber, rem. to John Reskymer al's Creber, son of Richard 
Reskymer al's Creber, rem. to right heirs of John Reskymer al's Creber first named, rem. to right 
heirs of John Reskymer of Merthen, Esq., dec. William Reskymer, bro. and heir, aged 50 years 
and more. 

Ped. fin. Cornwall, 20 Hen. III., No. 2. Abbas de Bello Loco, qu. Ric de Riskemere, def. 
In St. Kavaron. 

Ped. fin. 32 Ed. I., No. 2, Cornwall. John de Reskemmer qu. Roger de Carmyuou, def 
Lands in Lannergh, Trcvagethyghan, Trevagetmur. etc. £10 sterling paid. 

2 B 



186 



THE VISITATION Or THE COrNTY OF COENWALL. 



Arms (tricked in pencil). — B. on a chev. Arc/, three muUets pierred Sab. 
Arms. — Hexder in hick. A lion ramp. wUhin an orle of escalops. 

Rich. Robts of Trwro in Com. Cornw. esq.= 



John Robertas 1 sonne ma. Phillip 
2 da. of John Gaveregan, Esq'' 



I 
Rich. Robertas of=i=Margerie Da. of TTilles 
Trwro 2 sone I of Saltashe esq. 



Rich. ho.= Frances da. (i; heyre ^Josias Roberts of-^Barbara Da. of Edw. Noye 



Roberts 
Baron of 
Truro 



of Ed. Hinder of 
Boirecaix Casfle 
Corn. Esq. 



I III 

John Lo. Rolerts Hugh 2 

Baron of Truro — 

mar. Lvcy da. of Phillip 3 

ye Lord Rich Earle — 

of Wanvick Rich. 5 



Tregaso in Com. 
Cornw. esq. live- 
ino-e 1620 



esq. of Carnington in Cornwall 
by Jane da. of Crabbe father 
& mother of Wm. Noye of 
Lincolnes In. esq. 



Willm 4 mar. Elinor da. of Rich- - Edw. Fraun- 
ard Hekinsonof Islington 171 Midd. 1 sone cis, a 
gent. l)y Jane daughter and coheyre at. 22 dan. 
to John Wilson of Bednall Greene 
gent, by his wife lOifherine daugh- 
ter of ... . MuschaiH]) of Peccam 
i?i Surry esq. 

JOSIAS ROBARTS. 



3^rii)trts. 



Richard Roberts of Truro in Com. Cornub.— ^ohan da, of Geffrey of St. Breage 
I 



|1 
Jane wife 
to JMartyn 
Thomas 
al's Bosa- 



1^ 
Ann wife to 
Roger 
Tucker of 
Illmester in 



Elizabeth wife to 
Balthazer Wil- 
liams of Trevor- 
voe in Pochia de 



Christabel wife 
to John Michell 
of Truro 



Margaret wife 
to Henry Nan- 
sj^ian of Crowan 



Com.Som'set Probes 



These 2 last daughters wcareTwinns 



I 
Richard=Margery da. 

Roberts of Wills of 

2 Sonne Blowfleming 



vJohn Roberts of=^'^ Philip 2 da. of John Gavcrigan 



Truro Esq.sonne 
& heire 

A 



of Gaveregan in Coin. Corn. 
Esq. 



' See Truro Par. Reg. ojfj). 

* Pod. fin. 17 Edw. IV., No. 1 
widow, dcf. 

' .lohan Robartes,wifeof Jlr. Ricli. Robarts, Senior, bur. Xmas.day. 1608. 
- Fhilii). wife of John Robartcs, ,, 160.'?. 

1^" The additions in italic are in another handwriting. 



- Bap. 29 Nov., 1598. Truro Par. Reg. 
Peter William and John Robcrds qu. Johana Cotyof Tresula, 



I Truro Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



187 



S"" Richard Roberts of Truro K* and £aroneft=F ranees da. & coheire of 



living 1620 t£- created Baro7i of Truro hy K. 
James 26 of Jamiary 26 J a. R. A° 1624 



John Hcnder of Botriaux 
Castle Esq. 



John Roberts sonne 
& heir a^tat. 14 
annoru' 1620 



1 Mary wife to ^ William Rowse of 
Halton sonne of Ambrose Rowse 
desceased whoe was sonne & heire 
S"" Anthony Rouse of Halton K*^ 



Jane 2 daughter inn. to 
Charles Lo. Lambert of 
Cavan in Irelande 



Francis a da. Tho. 3 sone Anthonie 1 so7i Richard 2 son Richard 1 son 



Not signed. 



' Maria, da. of Eichard Roberts, 

2 William Rowse and Maria Eobarts, 



bap. 28 Jan., 1599-60. \ ^^^^^ p^^. ^ 
mar. 24 Apr., 1017. ) ^ 



* Samuel Pendarves, gent., of Constantino, and Mrs. Grace Roberts of Truro, mar. at Con- 
stantino 24 June, 1598. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Will of William Roberts of St. Allen, Merchant, 30 Jan., 1G04, proved in London 1605. 
Names his sister Grace Burgess, and her son William when 21 ; Samuel Pendarves and Grace his 
wife, with their son William ; John, sou of Symon Roberts, when 21 ; Maria Lanyon. His bro. 
John Roberts and wife Jane, Exors. 

John Eobarts and Johana Brende, mar. 11 July, 1612. 

Edward, son of ios.ia.'B.Qherts, {see ojjp. jjage') bap. 29 Nov., 1598. 

Jane, da. of Richard Roberts, ,, 21 Dec, ,, 

Josias, son of Josias Eoberts {see oj}]}. jjage) ,, 22 Sept., 1600. 

Frances, da. of Mr. Eichard Eobartes, jun., „ 1611. ; Ti-uro Par. Eeg 

Reginald Robartes, sen ex, bur. 

Maria, wife of Simon Robartes, ,, 

Frances, da. of Rich. Robarts, militis, „ 

William Roberts and Mary Calmadow mar. 



Richard, son of The Hon. John Eobartes, bap. 29 Dec, 



1655. 
1656. 
1657. 



John, 

Hender, ,, Lord Eobartes, 

Eichard, ,, „ 

Francis, „ „ 

Letitia, da. of John Lord Eobartes, bap. at 

Charles, son of „ 

Diana, da. of ,, 

Aramintha, ,, ,, 

John, son of ,, 

Olympia, da. of ,, 

Henry, son of „ „ 22 Feb., 1658. 

John, son of the Hon. Eobcrt Eobartes, Esq., 

born Feb. 10, 1658, bap. in London. 
Maiy, da. of Lord Eobartes, born 31 May, 1661, 

bap. at Chelsea. 
John, son of Lord Eobartes, bap. 14 Oct., 1662. 

Warwick, „ ,, born at Chelsea, April 21, 1667. 

Enese, da. of ,, „ April, 1669. 

The Eight Hon. Lord Francis Eobartes was bur. 28 Oct., 1626. 
Richard, son of Lord Robartes, bur. the last day of Dec, 1630. 
Richard, Lord Robartes, bur. 4 July, 1634. 

(Richard, Lord Roberts, dyed the 19th day of Aprill, 

Anno D'ni 1634, and was buryed the 4 July the 

next following. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts.) 

John, son of John, Lord Eobartes, bur. 23 Feb., 1657. 

Diana, da. of „ „ 26 Jan., 1672. 

John, Lord Robartes, died at Chelsea, July 17, 1685. 



1605. 

1605. 

1618. 

1 663. 
1630. \ 
1631-32. 
1635. 



29 Jan. 

„ 28 Nov 

„ 24 Feb., 164.S-9. 

„ 6 Jan., 1649-,50 
, ... in Essex, 1651. 
bap. 20 Sept., 1653. 

„ 19 Oct., 1654. 

„ 18 Oct., 

„ 2 Dec, 

„ 10 Dec, 



. Lauhydrock 
) Par. Eeg. 



188 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Eobinson. 



Willm Robinson of the Cittie of Worcester=i=Ellinor Da, of Pitchard in Com. Wore' 



Thomas 1 sone 
ob. sine p'le 



Fran. 2 sone 
ob. sine p'le 



"Wm. Eobinson of Sithney= Agnes Da. of The. 



in Cornwall came out of 
Worcest' 



Perrie in Com. 
Som'set 



Tho. 1 sonne=Jane Da.of ^ Willm Robinson=f=Kath' Da. of James 2 Mary ux' 



of Sithney in 
Cornwall 
liveino- 1620 



V 



Rich. 
Hickes of 
Sithney 



of Helstone in 
Com. Cornwall 
liveino- 1C20 



Tho. Pen- 
rose of 
Sithney 



sone Jo. 

obijt sine Hickes of 

prole Sithney 



Thomas 2 Fran. 3 



I I I 

John 4 Agnes a da. Willm 1 sone atat. 14 1620 

THOMAS EOBINSON. 
WILLIAM ROBINSON. 



J^ofltrs. 



John Rogers de Lanke-^Tomasin fil. et heres Johis Heydon de Heydon 
in Com. Cornwall in p'ochia de Jacobstow in Com. Cornwall 



2. John 2 fil. 

3. Thomas 3 fil. mar. 
the Da. of Trewawas 
in Com. Cornwall 



Christopher Rogers=Mary Da. of Willm Landon 



fil. et ha^res 



of Langdon in Jacob-stow 
in Com. Cornwall 



Anne mar. to Ebot mar. to Rcginall Rogers of===Richard Da. of Rich. 

Robt. Robins Hugh Wills Lanke in Com. Crosman of Lancarfe 

of Blisland of Hellond Cornwall in Com. Cornw. 



Anne fil. ]trimo- 


2. Maria 


3. Jane 


4. Ebott 


5. Francisca unius 


genit a3t. 13 


at. 11 


at. 6 


at. 3 


ann. et demi 



REGNALD ROGERS. 



' William Rol)inson signed the return of Arms of the Borough of Helston at the ' Visitation 
of Cornwall, 1G20.' 

* For account and pcd. of Rogers, see ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., p. .392. 

Chane. Proc. Elizab. R. r. 11, No. 37. Christopher Rogers v. Hu., Riche, Wm. Bathe, and o"rs 
re Penrose. St. Breward. 

Inq. p. m. 25 Eliz., part 1. No. 109. Wm. Rogers ob. at Trebigh in Eggloskerry 26 Nov., 
1582. Edward Rogers, son and heir, aged 21 on 20 June, 1583. 

John, son of John Rogers, gent., bap. at Crowan, 1(>90. Archd, Transcripts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



189 



J^ostarrotfe. 



1 Ric. Roscarrock of Rosarock=^ Isabell Da. & one of theires of 
in Com. Cornwall Rich. Trevenor al's dewy 



^ Tho. Roscarock of Pentiene=Jane Da. & sole hey. of Wm. 
in Com. Cornwall Rentier of Rentier 



Willm 2 sone mar. 



* Jo.Roscarock of= 



Anne Da. of Shel- Roscarrock in 
ton in Com. Com. Corn. 



I 
-P Elizb. Da. of Hugh Fran. 
Trevanion of Gary- 3 sone 
hayes in Cornwall 



Nicho. Isabell ux.Wm. Charles Roscarock of Ros-=F=Dorothie Da. of S^' Joane 2 



2 sone Mathew of 
Tresungar 



carock in Com. Cornwall 1 
sone Esq. liveing 1620 



Tho. Thinn in 
Com. Wiltes 



Jane 3 



Chamond 2 sonne 1. Elizab. 2. Anne Cha. 1 sonne atat. 5 Joane 3 Dau. 

^ Not signed. 



^mtwcxot\. 



Thomas Roscarrock= 
of Roscarrock 



=Jane da. & sole heir of William 
Rentier of Pentune 

A 



' Son and heir of John Eoscarrock, Esq., and aged 30 and more at his father's death, 26 Oct., 
29 Hen. VIII. (Esch. Inq. p. m. 28 and 29 Hen. VIII., Cornwall, No. 4.) Ob. 26 Oct. 17 Elizab. 
Thomas, son and heir, aged 44 and more. (Inq. p. m. 18 Elizab., part 1, No. 9.) 

- One of the sisters and heirs of Will. Trevener, defunct. Inq. p. m. 29 H. VIII., No. 30. 
See also note 3, p. 190. 

3 Ob. 13 Feb. 29 Eliz. John, s. and h., aged 30 and more. Inq. p. m. 30 Eliz. pt. 1, No. 82. 

* Ob. 24 Nov., 6 Jas. Charles, son and heir, aged 18 and more. Inq. p. m. 6 Jas., 2 part, 
No. 66. 

^ In a pedigree given at fo. 62, Harl. MS. 4031, she is called Katherine, da. of Hugh Tre- 
vanion, which agrees with the entry on the next page. 

* Charles, son of Charles Roscarrock, Esq., bur. 1647. St. Neott Par. Reg. 

Dorithje Roscarrocke, gentlewoman, bur. at Trevalga 20 Dec, 1613. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

Fed fin. Comw. 12 Hen. VI., No. 1. Benedict Hamle qu. Thos. Eoscreck and Annora his 
wife, def . Lands in Karlunyck, Helston Burgh, Truro Burgh, etc. Names also John and William 
Pennance, sons of Annora. 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 16 Eliz. Jas. Humfry qu. Robert Eoscowrak al's Eoscoryck, gener., and 
Ann his wife, and John Amndell of Treberthes (? Treverthes), gener., and Margaret his wife, def. 
Lands in Nanspellye in St. Gerans. 

Ped. fin. Pasch. 1 and 2 Phil, and Mary, No. 6. Rich. Roscarrock, Esq., and Rich. Chamond, 
qu. Stephen Vyvyan, gent., and Maria his wife, def. Lands, etc., in Trenans Austell, St. Austell, 
Castell Gotham, Tregorrek, Trethyrgy, and Boscovey, called also Boscavevyon in St. Austell and 
St. Blazey. Rem. to John Vyvyan, bro. of Stephen, rem. to Francis Bluett, Henry Chiverton, 
and John Courteney. and in default rem. to right heirs of said Stephen Vyvyan for ever. 

Inq. p. m. 3 Hen. VII., No. 117. Isabella Rescarrek. John R., son and heir, aged 40 and more. 

Chanc. Proc. Elizab. R. r. 3, No. 27. Humphry Rescavock v. Richard Mathewe. Lands in 
Endellion. 



190 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A 



I 
William Ros- 
carrock of 
Padstow 2 
Sonne living 
1620 



=Ann da. of 

Shelton of 
London 



Francis 
3 Sonne 
living 
1620 



Eliza 

wife 

to 

Lewis 

Dart 



Agnes wife 
to William 
Menwinnek 



Jane umnaried 



Catherine Margaret 

wife to wife to 

Jo. Tan- Littleton 

ner Trenance 



John Roscarrock of Ros- 
caiTOck Sonne and heir 



=* Catheryne da. of Hugh Tre- 
vanyan of Carryheys 



I 
Charles Roscarrock= 

of Roscarrock 

living 1620 



=Dorothy da. of 
S'JohnThynn 
of Wilt' Kt. 



Nicholas 
2 Sonne 



I 

Si bell wife to 
WUliam Mathew 
of Tresunger 



Charles Roscarrock sonne and heir setat. 4 ann. 



Johan 
unma- 
ried 



JVol signed. 



2 Richard Roskarrock of Roscarrock=j=3 Isabell da. and coheir of Rich, 
in Com. Cornwall I Trevennor al's Dewy 



^Thomas Ros-=Jane da. and sole 
carock of Ros- heir of Willm 
carrock sonne Pentier of Pentune 
and heir 



Hugh Roscarrock 
2 sonne mar. the 
da. and heire of 
Boswaro 



Anthony Ros-=Isabell 



carrock of 
Crowne 3 
sonne 



da, of 

John 

Stone 



John Roscarrock of Crawne=j=Eliza. da. of Thomas 



in Com. Cor nub. Esq. living 
1620. 



Hinckston of Park- 
gate & of Durworthy 



Frances 1 first maried to Gilbert 
Michell & after to John Sanders 
of Bodman 



I I I I I I 

William sonne and heir Humfrey 2 John 4 Frances 1 da. Philipp 2 
setat. 8 Annoru' 1620 — 

Thomas 3 

JOHES SAUNDERS. 



1 See note 5, p. 180. 

* Roger Roscowreakc, bur. 21 Feb., 1561. St. Ewe Par. Keg. 

2 Chan. Pro. Eliz. R. r. 11, No. 01. Roscarrocke v. Trevanyon .and o'rs. Names Richard 
RoscaiTockc & his sons Humphry k. Nicholas R. John R. is named as a def . re Deliobell, St. Tethe. 

3 Inq. p. m. 31 Elizb.. part 1, No. 32. Isabella Roscarrock, widow, died 17 Aug. last past. 
John Roscarrock. aged 30 years and more, was next heir, viz., son of Thomas, son of said Isabella. 
See n. 2, 3, and 4. p. 189. 

Pod. fin. 3 John, No. 8. ( 'orn w. Matthew de Egloshei, qu. Walter de Roskareo, def. Havenant, 
etc. Pipe lidll. 1 I'.ic. I. Walter de Roscharet. Lands in Cornwall. 

For fuller and continued ped. of Roscarrock, see ' Hist, of Trigg.' vol. i.. p. 563. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 191 

Tho. Rosewarne of Camborne=iF 



W"' Rosewarne of Key=j=Anne Da. & Coh. of Nich. Carlyan of Carlyan & of 
I his wife Marg' Da. of Chiverton of Chiverton Esq. 

^ Peter Rosewarne of Key & Carlyan^^rJane Da. & sole hey. of Ralph 
in Com. Cornwall liveing 1620 Pencarowe of Trevalane 

Rich. 2 Bennett 4 John sone & hey. Grace Jane ux. Nicholas Baw- Nichol. 

— — atat. 32, 1620 1 Da. den of Litle Reran 

Tho. 3 Robert 5 

PETER ROSEWARAN 
* of Carlyane. 



1 Ind're 8 July, 4 Chas., betw. Peter Kosewarne of Carlighan, gent., and John R., son and h. 
appar't of s'd Peter, of the first part, and Rich. Hendra, p'ish of Feocls:, yeom., other part. 
Conveyance of certain lands in Feock, sometime the heredit. of Thomazin Glyn, dec'd, and of 
Anne Rosewarne, wid., mother of s'd Peter — two of the dau'rs and coh's of Nich. Carlighan, 
gent., deed,, — now in occup. of Rich. R., son of s'd Peter R., and o'rs. Names "Will. Rosewarne, 
gent., sometime husb. of s'd Anne, and Judith, wife of John Rosewarne, son of Peter R. Signed 
by John and Peter Rosewarne. I)o);i. — Sealed by the within-named John Carlyan (? John Rose- 
warne) in presence of Jno. Haweis, Sam. Davyes, Rob. Rosewarne, and Tristram Moore. 

* John Killigollan and Jane, da. of Thos. Roswarne, mar. 21 June, 1550.^ 
Jno. Evah and Ann Rosewarne, ,, 26 Jan., 1617. 



son of 
da. 



Thomas Rosewarne, 



George Rosewarne and Ann Mason, 

John Nicholas of Sendy, and Jane, da. of Steven 

Rosewarne, 
Katherine, da. of Rich. Rosewarne, 
Jane, „ George Rosewarne, 

Rich., son of „ 

Bennett Rosewarne and Jane his wife, 
Grace, da. of Bennett Rosewarne, 
Mary, 
Rich., 
John, 
Jane, 

Bennett, son 
Thomas, „ 
Rich., „ 

Marke, ,, 
John, ,, 

Bennett, ,, 
Richard, ,, 

wm., 

Edward, ,, 

John, „ 

PhilUp, „ 

Gyllian, da. 

Arthur, son 

Thomas, „ 

Mary, da. 

John, son 

Jane, da. 

William, son of Mr. Rosewarne, 

Richard Rosewarne, 

Katherine, wife of Bennett Rosewarne, 

Richard, son of Thomas Rosewarne, ' 

Bennett Rosewarne, gent., 

Thomas, son of Bennet Rosewarne, 

Jane, wife of „ 



Thomas Rosewarne, 



gent., 



Bennett Rosewarne, 



Thomas Rosewarne, gent., 
William Rosewarne, 
Bennett Rosewarne, 



„ 20 June, 1619. 

„ 27 May, 1547. 

bap. 1 Sept., 1605. 

April, 1622. 

„ 19 Aug., 1627. 
mar. 2 Nov., 1603.\ 
bap. 9 Mar., 1561. 
1565. 

„ 20 Aug., 1567. 

„ 16 Aug., 1572. 

„ 26 July, 1573. 

„ 17 July, 1582. 

„ 27 Oct., 1594. 

„ 24 Jan., 1595. 

„ 7 April, 1598. 

,, 28 Sept., 1600. 
1603. 

„ 14 Dec., 1606. 

„ 28 May, 1609. 

„ 30 Jan., 1604. 

„ 29 May, 1607. 

„ 2 Mar., 1613. 

„ 29 Oct., 1615. 

„ 10 June, 1610. 

27 Aug., 1620. 

28 Mar., 1566. 
26 Oct., 1571. 

29 Aug., 1574. 
6 Jan., 1578. 

20 July, 1591. 
14 Feb., 1598. 
14 Feb., 1603. 
26 April, 1604. 

8 Feb., 1618. 

5 June. 1619. 



. Camborne 
/ Par. Reg. 



bur. 



Gwinear 
Par. Reg. 



192 



THE VISITATION OF THE COirMTY OF CORNWALL. 



i\oslu'cib)e. 



1 2 

Da. & heire of Trewynnard=j=Tho. of Roscrowe in=pJane Da. of Tho. 
I Com. Cornw. Gerratt 



Tho. 1 sone Richard 2 Rich. 3 sone=FDa. of Dcdicott John 2 sone John 



ob. sine p'le sonne ob. of Gkivias in 
sine p'le Cornwall 



of Worcest' 



ob. sine p'le 3 sone 



I I I I I II 

Peter 1 Rich. 4 Elizb. ux' Hen. Jane ux' Josias Sibell ux' "W™ 2 sone raar.=j= 

— Kelverth Perne Tho. Lugie j 

Tho. 3 a da. 

* PETER ROSKROWE. 



Tho. Roskruge of St. Anthony in Com. Cornw.= 



^ John Roskruge of St. Anthony=pEllinor Da. of Tho. Chinoweth 
in Com. Cornwall I of St. Martin 



Jane ux Tho. Anthony Roskrng of St.=j=Dorothy Da.of John Christian ux Peter 



Edwards of 
Uny Lelant 



Anthony fil. et heres at. 
47 liveing 1620 



Davy of Samford in Spry of Mawnon in 
Com. Devon Com. Cornwall 



3hn 



II II II 

3 Susan 5 Lowday Grace 



John Roskrug fil. et 1 Ann tet. 16 
heres £et. 14, 1020 — 

2 Elinor agt. 15 4 Elizab.^ Alice 



t 



Sinobia 
ANTHONY ROSKRUGE. 



* Chanc. Proceed. Elizab. II. r. 1, No. 9. John Koskrowe v. Peter Hallamore and Phi. 
Tonckin, respecting tenement, etc., at Peryn al's Penryn. 

' John Roskruge, gent., bur. 160.5.. 

- Elizab., da. of Anthony Eoskruge, gent., bap. 1608. 

f Rich. Roskruge, gent., and Rebecca Phillips were mar. 1666. 
James, son of Jno. Roski'uge, gent., and Grace, bap. 16154. 
John, ,, ,, „ ,, 1636. 

Francis, „ „ „ ., 1636. 

Benjamin, „ ,, „ ,. 1646. 

Anthony, „ Anthony Roskruge, ., 1620. 

Henry, „ ,, „ 1627. 

John Rosloaige, gent., bur. 1665. 

Anthony Roskruge, gent., ,, 1707. 

Chanc. Proc. Elizab., R. r. 2, No. 39. James Roscrowgye of St. Kevern v. Gilbert Roscrowgye, 
his bro. Names Nowell R.. son of James, and Rich. R., son of Gilbert. Gilbert states that long 
since he took to wife Margaret, and complainant James took to wife Nicholla. dau'rs and coheirs 
of Rich. Rysgrowgie, deceased, etc. 



, Anthony in Meueage 
/ Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 193 



J^o^itissan. 



Arms. — Ar. chev. ent. 3 roses, gu. seeds and leaves pp. 

John Eosuggan=f= 



Nich. Eosuggan of St. Earme in Cornwall=f= Alice Da. and hey. of Tripeonney of . 

Jo. Eosuggan of St.=j=Joane Da. of W°^ Arscot Digorie 2 fil. de Eederife 
Earme liveinge ] 620 of HoUisworthie iuxfca London 



Robfc. 2 Hump. 4 Hester 1 Da. John sone & hey. atat. 20 Eebecka 2 Da. 
Nicho. 3 Fran. 5 * J. R. 



Arms. — 1. Eous, Or an eagle displayed B. armed Gu. 2. Edmerston. 3. Eames- 
LAND. 4. Hill. 5. Eevell. 6. Leigh. 7. Barnhouse. 8. Bright- 
RiXTON. 9. Kerkham. 10. Wray. 

Crest. — An eagle displayed. 

Ead'us Le Rufus miles=F 



Willm's Le Eous filius Radi=F 



I 
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Johes Le Rous Armiger=p Johes de Edmerston=pMatilda 

fil. et h^res E. I. I uxor eius 



Will'ms Le Rous D'ns de=j=Johanna fil. Rici Tho. Edmerston fil.=j= 
parva Modberie Speccot Militis et hteres 3 E. III. | 



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Rad'us Le Rouse fil.=j=Johanna filia Robti John Edmerston fil.=pJohanna filia 

et hgeres | Godnesford et hseres 16 E. III. .... 

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* Chanc. Proc. Elizab. R. r. 7, No. 19. Resuggan and o'rs v. TrerrufEe al's Treruthe. Names 
Robert Resuggan and Katherine his wife, one of the dau'rs and coh. of Thomas Cocke. 

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THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



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W'" Samuell of Shevyock=pMai7 Da. of Tho. Tremayn 
in Com. Cornwall of Collocombe 



1 I 2 I I I I 

Honor Da. of= Jo. Samuell of=pMar3' Da. of Jo. Lorew 3 Honor 5 



Mare' 1 



Elizab. 2 



Ric. Halse of Rostormell in 
Keneton in Com. Cornwall 
Devon liveing; 1620 



Chichester of 

Hall in Devon Margery 4 Grace 6 



John 2 sone 
at. 7 



I 
"Willni sone & hey. 
atat. 17, 1620 



Elizab. 1 
a da. 



Anne 
2 Da. 

JO. SAMUELL, 



Richard Sawle of Lavaren=i=Rose, da. of ... . Sallamon 



Oliver Sawle of Lavaren=Fyane da. of Nich. Kendall 



^ Richard sonne and ^ Nicholas Sawle of=j= Alice da. of John Rashley 
heire ob. s. p. Penrise Living 1620 I of Foy in Com. Cornub. 



2 John Sonne 
& lieir aitat. 
21 annoru' 
1620 



3 Oliver 2 
Nicholas 3 
Francis 4 



^ Jonathan 5 
^ Richard 6 
Robert 8 
t 



II Ml 

8 Willm 7 ^ Jane 1 

9 Joseph 9 5 Elizabeth 2 

Alice 3 
NICHOLAS SAWLE. 



* For additious to pcd. of Samuell, see Harl. MvS. 1079, fo. 195. 

' Oliver Sawle. Will. Hamngton, 79. To Parish Stocke of Sanestell (St. Austell), 20s. ; 
Dames his brother Marmaduke, wife Jane ; to son Itich. his best brass Crock. Second son Nicho- 
las, Brother Kendall, and Cousin Bich. Tremayne to be overseers. 

- John, son of Nicholas Sawl. bap. 13 May, 1599. Fowey Par. Reg. 
Mr. John Sawcll and Mrs. Mary Putt. mar. 13 Mar.. 1()27. St. Austell Par. Reg. 

3 Oliver Sawel, Esq.. and Jlrs. Jane Glanville. da. of the Rt. Worshipful Sir Fras. Glanvillc, 
Knt., mar. Sunday. 3 Feb., ir)32. Tavistock Par. Reg, 

■* Jane, da. of Nich. Sn.\v\, bap. Mar., 1598. 

8 Elizb., „ „ .,11 Oct., 1(503.1 

6 Jonathan, son of „ „ 17 Sept., 1(109. 

7 Richard, „ „ .,17 Feb., 1611. 
« Will., „ ., „ 7 Mar., 1613.1 

9 Joseph, ,. „ „ 3 Jan., 1619. 

t Rychard Sawell witnessed the will of the Rev. Edmund Drake, Vic. of Upchurch, Kent, 
father of the Admiral Sir Francis Drake. Testator requested " Rycharde Sawcll to stande my 
good frjfnde." Prol). at Cantcrlniry Ki Jan., 1566, 

[Xotc continued on nca-t page. 



■ Fowey Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 197 

Sayer & Bond 
Sayer & Viveon 
Sayer & Kendall. 
Hugh Sayer of Michaell Penkevell=r^ Margaret da. of ... . Digby of Colshull 



2 Richard Sayer of Michaell Penkevell=T=Ursula da. of Hugh Trevillian of Yarnescomb 

I 

I I 

Edward Sayer of Michaell Penkevell living 1620 aetat. 20 Richard 2 sonne 

* EDWARD SAYER. 



(Note continued.') 

Elizab., da. of Oliver Sawle, Esq., bap. 1638, at Tavistock. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
Henry Savs^le and Elizb. Peek, mar. 1678. Lansalloes Par. Reg. 

John Sawlle and Joane, mar. 161.5. Luxyllian Par. Reg. 

Ric. Sawell of the parish of Gerrenst and Sibill Michell, mar. 1615. ") ^ p p 

Rich., son of Rich. Sawell and Sibilla, us., bap. 1628. j ^-^^wnan rar. iieg. 

Alice, da. of Mr. Oliver Sawel, bap. 1633. ^ 

John Sawle and Mary Hooper, mar. 1637. 

John Sawle and Thomazin Trevillian, „ 1670. I Tavistock Par. Reg. 

Rich. Saule, bur. 1667. 

Mary Saule, wid., ,, 1677. J 

Will. Saule of St. Austell, bur. 14 May, 1659. Truro Par. Reg. 

John Harrys of Radford. Esq., and Amy Sawle, mar. 31 May, 1661. ) r^, /i <->, 
Temperance, wife of Mr.' Nich. Saull, bur. 2 April, 1658. i -iJ^arareatn 

Mr. Nich. Saule, „ 30 Nov., 1667. ) ^^^- ■"®^- 

Fed. fin. 6 Ed. VI. East. Rich. Sawle, gen., qu. Tho. Drake and Margaret, ux., John 
Erncctle and Joan, nx,, def. Lands in Hawcombe, p'ish of Beer Ferris. Ernsettle Estate is on 
the left bank of the Tamar, above and near Saltash Bridge. 

Ped. fin. 16 Elizb. Mich. Cornw. William Kendall, qu. Oliver Sawle, def. Lostwithiel. 

„ 34 „ „ „ Nicho. Sawle, gen. qu. Jno. Loure, sen. gen. and o'rs, def. 

Ten't in Penryse, etc. 
,, 40 ,, „ Dev. Jno. Glanville, qu. Tho. Sawle, def. Tavistock. 

„ 2 Jas. II. Trin. Cornw. Jos. Sawle ar. and o'rs, qu. Bridget Maynard vid Vivian 
and o'rs in Cosewarth, etc. 

The following notes relate to the issue of Joseph, son of Oliver and Joan Sawle : — 

Joseph Sawle of St. Austell and Amy Trevaniou of Pendennis or St. Allen. Mar. lie. 21 Mar., 
1660. 

Timothy Shoote, Rect. of Lawhidon, and Garthryd, da. of Joseph Sawle of St. Austell, Esq., 
mar. 29 Jan., 1700. St. Mewan Par. Reg. 

John, son of Jno. Vivian, Esq., of St. Columb Ma., and Mary, da, of Joseph Sawle of St. 
Austell, mar. at St. Mewan, 1684. Archd. Transcripts. 

Will of Mrs. Jane Williams (da. of Joseph Sawle) of St. Austell, wid., 3 Feb., 1732. Names 
sisters Ann and Mary Beauford ; brother Francis Sawle, and his son Rich, and da. Mary ; brother 
Joseph Sawle aud his son John ; nieces Polly and Agnes Sawle ; sisters-in-law Mary Sawle and 
Jane Carthew and her husband John Carthew ; nephews John Harris and Tho. Shute ; cousin 
Tho. Vivian ; brother-in-law Hugh Williams ; sister Mary Vivian. To Ch. of St. Austell her 
best and largest silver salver. Bodmin Prob. Co. 

For more of Sawle, see ped. ' Parochial Hist. Cornwall.' Lond., 1667. Vol. i., p. 44 ; and 
Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 204. 

' Margaret, wife of Hugh Saier, Esq., bur. 1608. ] 

2 Rich. Saier, Esq,, „ 11 Sept., 1603. ^ St. Michael Penkivel Par. Reg. 

* Anthony, son of Rich. Saier, Esq., ,, 29 Oct., 1.599. J 
Tho. Sayer and Elizb. Weeks, mar. 1665. Probus Par. Reg. 



198 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Sciant present et futur q'' Ego Joh'es de Kilquite dedi coneessi et hac j/sent 
Carta mea confirmavi Sibille que fuit uxor Will'rai Scaweu de Meleneck, matris 
Joh'is Scawen filij et heredis d'ci Will'mi Scawen, etc., A" 8 Rici 11. 

Sciant i/sent' et futuri q'' ego Joh'es Scawen de Meneleck dedi coneessi et hac 
presenti carta mea confirmavi Nico Strike omnia mesuag. et totaui terra' meam de 
Kilquite cum suis p'tn' etc. hijs testibus Thoma Paderda Joh'e Tolcarn, Willo 
Cressell, Johe Harlisdon, Waltero Smith et alijs. Dat. apud Melenck die Jovis 
prima post festu' Aploru' Johi et Jacobi A" regni Regis Henrici quarti post conq. 
none. 

(Seal of John Scawen — A chev. hetiv. 3 Griffins' heads erased.) 

Sciant p''sent' et futuri q"* ego Thomas Scawen dedi coneessi et hac presenti Carta 
mea indentata confirmavi Rogero filio meo omnia, etc., A° 10 H. VI. 

Omnibus Christi fidelibus ad quos present scriptu' indentatu' p'ven'it Rogerus 
Scawen de Meleneck salt'. Dat. apud Stoketon quartodccimo die Junij A° regni 
regis Edw. quarti vicessirao. 

Sciant present et futur q'^ ego Tho. Scawen dedi coneessi et hac p''senti carta 
mea confirmavi Waltero Scawen filio meo et heredi et Anastacie filie Robti de Wene- 
mouth quem idem Walterus ducit in uxorem etc. Anno regni regis Hen. VII. 
vicesimo primo. 

Sciant p''sent et futur q'^ ego Willms Scawen filins et heres Walteri Scawen 
defuncti etc. Dat. apud Belenick vicesimo die octob. A" regi Regis Hen. VIII., 32. 

Willm's Scawen de Meleneck vixit temp. E. I.=f= 



Willms Scawen fil. et heres a" 15 E. II.=f=Xicholea filia Johis Danny militis 



Willins Scawen de Meleneck a" 8 R. II.=j=Sibilla fil. Johis Kihpiite 



Johes Scawen de Meleneck 9 H. IV.=FJohanna fil. 



Tho. Scawen de Meleneck a" 10 H. VI.=FJohanna fil. 



^ Rogerus Scawen filius et haires a° 20 E. IV.=F 



Tho. Scawen fil. et ha3res Junij 14 24 E. IV.=pCicilia fil. Johis Wilslnuun 



Anestasia fil. Robt'i Wenc-=j=Walterus Scawen de Mele-^Agneta filia .... 
mouth ux. 1 neck 21 H. VII. I renupta Crab 

A I B I 

' Pcd. fin. C'omw. SG Hen. VI. No. 1. Roger Skawcu and John Talkarn. lia^tard. qn. John 
Talkani and .Johanna his wife, dcf. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



199 



A| 



B 



Willm's Scawen=Alicia filia Tho 



A°32 H.VIII. 



Sprye de Til- 
land 



Walter Scauen= Alice Da. of John Westcott 
2 filius of Killington in Cora. 

Cornw. 



1 Edwardus Scawen ob. 12=j= Joanna fil. Rogeri Cole de Cargreene. p' pale gu. Ar. 
Maij anno Elizab. 40 I a Bull passant count' a border besante Sa. 



I 

Rob'tus Scawen= 
fil. ethser. tetat. 
30 annoru' 40 
Elizab. 



=Isabella fil. 
Humphridi 
Nicholles de 
St. Tide 
Sa. pheon 
Ar. 



Johes Scawen2filius=Elizali. fil. et 



Duxit Elizab. fil. 
Caroli G-rills de 
Lanreth ux prima 
s. p. 



Coh. Johis 
Trehan de 
Trehan de 
parochia S'ti 
Probus ux 2 



Alicia nupta 
WiU'oHancock 
de Render 

Elizab. uxor 
Joh'is Jane de 
St. Dominick 



I I 

John 5 fil. 
set. 10 

Francis 6 
fil. ajt. 5 
annoru' 



I I 

1. Phillipa 
set. 16 

2. Elizab. 
^t. 14 



I I 

3. Janatet. 
11 

4. Agneta 
tet. 7 



Edwardus 
4 filius £et. 
12 



Willms Scawen 
fil. et heres fet. 
20annoru'temp 
Visitaco'isl620 



Rob'tus 2 filius 
Eetat. 18 

Humphridus 3 
fil. ajtat. 17 
annoru' 



* ROBERT SCAWEN. 

Extract ex diversis evidentijs et record, in oflBcio Armoru' 

Rob'tus Treswell, Somerset, 
mense Junij A" D'ni 1601. 



Edwardus Scawen Inq.=Johanna fiha Rogeri Cole de Cargreene per pale 
capta 4 Sept. 40 Elizab. I gu. Ar. a Bull pass' counter border Sa. besante 



Robtus Scawen fil. Joh'es Scawen 2 fil.=Elizab. fil. 



et heres eetat. 80 
annoru' Ar. mar. 
Isabella fil. Hum- 
phridi Nicholles de 
St. Tyde 



de Trehane Elizab. 
fil. et Coh. Johis 
Trehane de Trehane 
de p'ochie de 
Probus uxor 2 



Caroli 
Grilles de 
Lanrath 
ob. s. p. 



Elizab. nupta Johi Jane 
de S'to Dominick 

Alicia nupta Willo Han- 
cock de Hender 



1. Elizab. 

2. Katherin 



I I 

3. Anna Trehane Scawen fil. primo- 
genitus £etat. 8 annoru' 
temp, visitac'ois 1620 

t 



John 2 fil. 
setat. 5 



3. Peter jet. 
unius anni 



JOHN SCAWEN. 



1 Inq. p. m. 40 Elkab. No. 26. Edward Scawen died 12 May, 40 Eliz. Robert Scawen, son 
and heir, aged 30 and more. 

* Thomas Scawen Generoso and Anna Urban were mar. at Werrington 4 March, 1608. Bp. 
of Exeter's Transcripts. 

t Ped. fin. 36 Elizb. East. Dev. Wm. Holman, gen. and Rob. Scawen, gen. qu. Tho. Drake, 
gen. Rich Wylles, gen. Wm. Predyaux, gen. def. Manor of Strete al's Trevervyn, Blackawton, 
Stoke flemynge. 

Ped. fin. 42 Elizb. Mic. Cornw. Wm. Holman, gen, and Rob. Scawen, gen. qu. Geo. Harvey, 
gen. def, Lands in Kilkhamptou. 



200 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



§)calDne. 



Anestalia filia Iiob'ti=TValt' Scawen of ]\Iele- 
Wenemouth 1 wife I neck A° 21 H.VII. 



=Agneta fil postea 

nupt. Jo. Crabb 



Wm. Scawen l^Alice Da. of 
sone Anno' 32 Tho. Sprye 
Hen. octavi of Tilland 



Walt' Scawen of==As"nes Da. of Jo. Westcot 



Matthew 2 sone 
obijt sine p'le 



Meleneck in 
Cornwall 



of Kellington in Com. 
Cornwall 



John Scawen of Adven in=Anne Da. of Jo. Nicholls of Sheb- 
Com.Cornwalllivein2:1620 ! beare in Com. Devon 



Mathew sonne &= 
heyr atat. 30 
1620 liveing 
1620 



=Anne Da. of Tho. 
Kelley of Kelly 
in Devon 



Eich. 2 sone= 
at. 27, 1620 
liveinge 



^Thomazin 
z'ilicta 
Wythyby 
in Cornw. 



Marg' nx' Geffery 
Collyn of Stoke 
Clymsland in 
Cornw. 



John sone & hey. 
at. 3 1620 



Blanch 1 Da. 
at. 12 1620 



I I I 

Margt 2 Elizab. 3 Phillip 4 



JOHN SCAWNE. 



S"^ Robt. Scobbell who heyres generall were maried to several families 

Margerie Da. of "Willm Webber al's Gilbert=pVinceut Scobbell=pJone Da. of 
de Chestow in Com. Devon ux. 2 of Plymouth ux. 1 

A B 



* The above pedigree properly belongs to Devon, and was intended for insertion under that 
county, as the word " Devon " was written in pencil at the top of the original. For more of the 
Cornish Scobels see ' Parochial Hist, of Cornwall,' under the articles St. Ewe, St. Austell, and 
St. Blazey, and ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i. Several families derive from the Cornish branch. Francis 
Vivian of Coswarth (will prob. 1689, Archd. Co. Cornw.) names his cousins Rich, and Francis 
Scoble of St. Austell, father and son. John Cosgarne of St. Austell, will 1698, names his uncle 
Eieh. Scobell. Kich. Scoble of St. Austell, gent., will 1716 (Bodmin), names his daughters Mary 
Hawkins and Barbara Hawkins, sons Francis, Henry, and Eich. Scoble, and his kiusman John 
Anstis (Garter ?). The son Francis was M.P. for St. Mawes, and married Mary, the da. and 
heiress of Sir Joseph Tredenham, by Mary, dau. of Sir Edw. Seymour. The male line becoming 
extinct, Mary and Barbara Hawkins inherited the estates, which still remain with their descend- 
ants. 

Franciscus Scoble duxit uxorcm Johan Bennet vidua, prima die Feb., ^ 
1601. Name of parish torn o£E. 

Eich. Scoble, bur. at Milton Abbot. Dev., 1614. 

Wm., son of Eich. Scobbell and Grace, bapt. at St. Cleer, 1599. 

Francis, son of Tho. Scobble, bapt. 30 Oct., 1631, at Buckl. Mon. Dev. 

Francis, ., John „ ., 29 Apr., 1628, at Tavistock. 

Loveday.da. of Eich. Scobble, „ 28 July, 1622, at St. Blazey. 

John Scoble & Argent Bruyne, mar. 1626. at Lamcrton. 

Eich. Scoble, bur. 16 Mar.. 1622, at St. Blazey. 

\_Npfc continvcd o?i folUyiving jxigc 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Ti-auscripts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

A I B I 



201 



Ellin 
Diana 



Athanasius Scobbell 
fil. 2 £et. 20 annoru' 
.a° 1620 



John Scobbell de===Elizab. Da. of 



Plimouth fil. 
mogenit. 



pri- 



Willm Perrye 



Jone mar. 
to John 
Lewis 



John Cole Witchampton in=|=Jone fil. unica mar. to John Trlawny 
Com. Dorset 2 maritus I ob. ille s. p. first husb. 



John Cole fil. primogenitus 2. Lawrence 5 3. Thomas 2 Elizab. 
getat. 7 annor' 1620 

* JOHN SCOBELL. 



Mr, Jno. Prideaux and Dorothy Scoble, mar. at St. Ive, 17 Aug., 1691. 



Mrs. Dorothy Scoble bur. at Quethiock, 

John Scoble and Alice Facie, 
and Kicharda, 
and Agnes, 
and Jone Hamlyn, 
and Richarda Warren, 
and Xtn. Harwoode, 
and Joan Tapson, 



mar. 22 Aug., 1543.' 
1563. 



1682. 



Archdeacon's 
Transcripts. 



1567. 
1572. 



1586. 



bur. 



1546. 

1548. 

1551. 

1552. 

1553. 

1B56.J 

bap. 22 Feb., 1633.N 

24 Aug., 1664. 

21 May, 1669. 

„ 31 Oct., 1671. 

mar. 28 Jan., 1672. 

bur. 31 Mar., 1664. 

„ 3 Aug., 1670. 

16 Mar., 1712. /* 

3 

26 

1638.) 
1622. ' 
16 Mar., 



Buckland Mon. Par. Reg. 



St. Austell Par. Reg. 



XTXtll., A I J.^, / 

Dec, 1740. lr,4. r- D -D 
Aug!, 1742. J ^*- ^^^ P^^- ^^g- 



>-Bp. of Exeter's Trans. 



Rich. 

John 

John 

Rich. 

Robt. 

Robt. 

Tho. 

John „ 

John ,, 

John, son of Richard S., 

Nich. Scoble, 

Gabriel ,, 

Rich., son of Fras. Scoble, by Priscilla, 

Francis, „ Rich Scoble, by Barbara, 

Barbara, da. of „ gent., 

Elizb., „ „ „ 

John Cosgarne and Elizb. Scobell, 

Francis Scobell, gent., 

Priscilla ,, wid., ,, 

Mrs. Barbara Scobell, ,, 

Francis Scobell, Esq., „ 

Mary „ wid., „ 

Francis, son of John Scoble, bap. at Tavistock, 

Loveday, da. of Rich. Scoble, „ St. Blazey, 

Rich. Scoble, bur. at 

Rich., son of John Scoble, 

Philip Scoble and Emma Bodman, 

Oliver „ Elizb. Rowe, 

Philip „ Wilmot Soper, 

John „ and Mary Palke, 

Walter S'obbell and Johan Hooper, 

Roger Scoble and Joan Peeke, 

John „ Mary Martin, 

Tristram „ „ Hilman, 

Oliver ,, 

Walter „ 

Mr. Richard Skobell and Barber Carllyone, mar. 24 April, 1660. 

Mr. Henry Scoble, bur. 23 Aug., 1655. Kenwyn Par. Reg. 

Rich. Scobell and Joane, mar. 9 July, 1611. Luxyllian Par. Reg. 

John Scoble and Joan Carveth, mar. 1574. St. Columb Ma. Par. Reg. 

Chas. Fortescue and Dorothy Scoble of Plympton St. Mary, 1685. Mar. lie. 

Lie. to erect monument in Church of St. Blazey granted to Fra. Scoble ar. 16 Mar., 1730. 
Exeter Act Book. 
Ped. fin. 20 Jas. East. Cornw. Rich. Scobell qu. Edw. Retallack and Elnr. ux. def. Heybullien, 
Heywartha, Polmeder, St. Austell. 

Ped. fin. 1651, Hill. Cornw. Francis Scoble qu. Chas., Philip, and Lewis Dart and Lewis 
Tremaine def. Polruddan Port, Peutewan, St. Austell. 

Ped. fin. 26 Chas. II. Trin. Cornw. Ric. Scoble and o'rs qu. Chas. Trevanion ar. def. Man. 
of Tregartheti and ten'ts. 2 D 



bap. 
mar. 



bur. 



1661. 
1614. 
1617. 

1618. 
1620. 
1647. 

1700. 
1619. 
1626. 



\ Tavistock Par. Reg. 



Tywardreath Par. Reg. 



202 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

dearie. 

Arms. — Arg. a chev. Sa. letw. 3 2VOod doves proper. 

Crest. — A Greyhound Arg. collared Gu. sejant on a bank Vert. 

Anthonie Searle of Thanks, p. w. C. C. the 44 of 2 Eliz. a" D'm. 1602 
Eich. Searle of Thankes in Cornwall lived in the time R. III.=f 



Rich. Searle=F 



I 

John Searle of Thankes=r 



Wymond Searle of Thanks=j=Joane Da. of Germayne 

Antho. Searle of Thanks=j=Thamazin Da. of wait Stearte 
\ 

I till 

"Wymond 2 Eugenius 3 Elizb. 1 Mary 2 Daniell Searle of Thanks in 

Cornwall liveing 1620 

* DANIELL SEARELL. 



^JjCllTJDtlt. 



ShoiTOckes of Ribbelsdale in Com. Lane'', first of w''' name was Raphe Shorrock 
of Shorockhayes, w'''' in the Barons' "Wars was advanced to be a Captaine and 
therein lost his life, his descent grewe poore, and when the Scotts overan the 
Northrne borders & parte of Lancasheire and Chesheire, the most parte of this 
familie fled unto Dublyn in Ireland, where by Corruption of the Irish Ideoam the 
were termed Sharlock, w^'' name of necessitie they were constreyned to hold in the 
time of King Henrie the Seventh. 

.... Shorrock=FDa. of Dewhurst 



Reignold Shorrocke=i=Da. of Bayley 
A I 



Ped. fin. Cornw. 27 Hen. YI. No. 1. John Serle of Lcskyrd and Isabella his wife dcf. 
Hcnrv. son of John Sorrell. gent., bap. at Lanston 18 Oct., 1608. ) „ , ^ , . 
Richard Lower, gent., and I'hiladelphia Searell, wid., mar. at V^^- °^ ^^eter s 

Laiireath 1630. ) transcripts. 

John Dyer and Claris Searle mar. 19 Feb., 1581-2.1 

Martin Searle bur. 7 March, 1581. >-St. Ewe Par. Reg. 

Edward Searle „ 19 March, 1607. ) 

Mr. Walter Searle, Minister. „ 28 Nov.. 1677. 5 t i i it. t> 

Letitia Isabella, da. of Mr. Edw. and f Lanhyclrock Par. Reg. 

Elizabeth Searle, bap. 27 Jan., 1671. ) ^'^- ■■' 



Tg:E VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 203 

M 

Robert Shorrock=pDa. of Adams in Com. Midd. 



1 John Sharrock of Tregon-John in=p^ Elizb. Da. of Wm. Matthew of 
Com. Cornwall liveing 1620 I St. Kue in Com. Cornwall 

I \ ! U n ^^8 

^ John sone Rob. 2 Sonne at. 23 Matthew 3 ^ Anne mar. to ^ Phillip Elizb. 

& hey. at. Masf of Arte in Sonne atat. John Tucker of unma- unma- 

32, 1620 Exiter Coledge in 15, 1620 Kingsale in Ire- ried ried 

Oxford land 

* Not signed. 



S'' Rich. De la lanne=f=Da. of 



Edm. De la laune=rMaud da. of S'' Rich. Bluett K' 



Robt. De la laune=p Alice Da. of S'" Tho. Boscawen K* 



2 John Skorie of whals-=i=3 Mawde Da. and one of the hires 
borowe Esq. I of Rob. De la laune 



John Skory of Whalsburye=j=Marg' Da. and one of the heires of Rob. Lanion 



Rob. Skorie of Whalsburye===Grace Da. of Hugh Trevenor Esquire 



* John Skorie—Grace Da. and one of the heires of Robt. Redris 
John Skorie=^Kath'' Da. of Hen. Trevisa Gent. 



Rich. 1 sone ^ John Skorie 2 Sonne Rob. Skorie Henrie 4 Tho. 5 Michaell 
had 2 Da. Da. of Trewynt 3 sonne sonne sone 6 Sonne 

' Named in will of Eich. Mathow of Tresunger 2 June 8 James, proved in London 1610. 

* William Sharrock, Vicar of Gluvias, bur. 22 Nov., 1612. Gluvias Par. Reg. 

* Son of John Skory of Whalleshurgh, Ar. ~| 

* Alice was the other daughter and coh. I Harl. MS, 

* His wife is called Jane, dau. of Rich. Kendall, and the arms of Kendall [1140, fEo. 23, 24. 
of Pelynt are annexed. J 

6 Married Maria, da. of Tho. Shelton of Norff. B. a cross Or. Harl. MS. 1545, fo. 34, 



204 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWAL^. 

i.1 

^ Tho. Skorie sone of John===Jane Da. of Callard 



Tho. Skorie==Alice Da. of John Treo-onell 



Stephen Skorie of Treworgie Skorie in Cornw.==EIizb. Da. of Jo. Trubodie 



John Skorie of Lanliverie in=j=Elizb. Da. of Wm. 
Com. Cornw. liveina;e 1620 I Samuell 



Bridgett a da. Waif 2 sone John sone & heire 
atat. 24, 1620 atat. 18 atat. 22, 1620 



JOHN SKORY. 



^mj)tl). 



Rob. Smithe of Tregonake in the=j=Joane Da. & hey. of Rob. 
p'ish of St. Germayns Killegrew 1 wife 



1 I 

Wilmot Da, & hey.=pThomas Smith of Tregonake=f=Mary Da. of S"" . . . Lentall of 
of Roger Tremayne I sone & hey. I Latchford in Com. Oxford 



John Smith sone & hey. Robt. Smith of Trewynt in Blysland P'ish 
of Tregonok in Com. Cornw. atat. 35, 1620 

t ROBT. SMYTH. 



1 His brother Jolin Skory Bp. of Hereford, ob. 1585, whose wife Elizb., da. of Robt. Clement 
of Surrey, ob. 1592. The descent is continued, in the MSS. quoted, 3 generations below the bishop. 

" John Scory, Byshop of Hereford, ignorant of his descent, procured this coat above tricked 
to be granted to him " {Pat-iy per chevron embattled Or and Sa., 3 ]jelican^' Jieadg erased 
counterck., wined Gv., on a chief B. a fleur-de-lis betw. two extoiles of the first) " as appeareth 
by the pattent, 6 March A" lleginte Elizabethse. But his posteritie, findeing as it seemeth better 
proofe, left this and doe nowe bear as in the pedigree before set downe, — Or, on a saltu-e Sa. 5 
cinqfoils Or " (quartering De LA Lande, Arg. a chevron bctiv. three billets &u., and Lanyon). 
Harl. 1140, fo. 25. Crest, Medusas head, Harl. 1545, in which MS. is a note that the Bishop's 
ped. was subscribed by Clarenceux Camden. 

* John Bcale and Jane, filia Thos. Score, mar. 28 Jan., 1606-7. St. Ewe Par. Reg. 
John Skore and Elizabeth Grilles mar. at Lanreath 12 Jan., 1600. Bp. of Exeter's Trans. 

t Ped. fin. Cornw. 5 Rich. II. No. 9. Walter Smyth and or's qu. John Cok and wife def. 
Trelay, etc. 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 20 Rich. II. No. 2. Lawrence Smyth of Fowey, gent. qu. Wm. Carpenter def. 
„ 19 Hen. VI. No. 7. Thomas Smyth of Crofthole qu. John Estcote of 

Atte hole def. Trithell juxta Crofthole. 

Honorda. of John Smith gent. bap. at St. Columb Major 19 Feb., 1614. Bp.of Exeter's Trans. 

Jno. Smith, gent., bur. 5 Aug., 1656. Blisland Par. Reg. > 

Christopher I'omeroyof Plymo., and Anne Smith of Blisland, mar. lie. 7 Nov. 1617. cj tvt \ 

Jno. Smith of St. Germans, and Elizb. Carter of St. Columb Mai., wid., mar. lie. / ^ ' '' 
28 Nov.. 1631. } 

For Smith of Blisland, sec ' Hist, of Trigg," vol. i,, pp. 47, 48, etc, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 205 



^parfee. 



John Spearke who came from Nantwich in Com. Chesh. &=Jane Da. of Moore 
lived in Plimpton St. Mawrice in Com. Devon I of Devon 

Tho. Sparke Rich. John John Sparke of Pli- = Julian dau. & hey. of Grigorie 
1 Sonne 2 sone 2 sone mouth in Com. Devon I Cock of Plimouth 



Grigorie Judith ux^" Jo. Clement Mary uxor Nic. Putt of 
2 sone of Plimoth Allington in Devon 



John Sparke=Deborah Da. of Jo. Rashleygh Joane un- Jane uxor Tho. 
of Plimouthe of Foye in Com. Cornw. Esq. mar. Crampporn of 

liveing 1620 Plimouth 



Jonathan Willm. Mary 1 Julyan 2 Deborah 3 ^ John sone & hey. Alice 4 
2 Sonne 2 sonne at. 8, 1620 

JOHN SPARKE. 



^pantcin. 

Sim. Sparnon of Sparnon in Cornwall= 
I 

John Sparnon of Sparnon==Margt Da. of John Martin of Breage 



Edw. Sparnon of Sparnon=f=Elizb. Da. of John Toule of Dalverton in Somrsetsh. 



1 I 

Jane Dau. of Pasco Kerne of=Tho. Sparnon=2 Thomazin Da. of Godolphin of 



Tresilian in Cornwall 



of Sparnon I Trewarvenner in Cornwall 



John Edw. Sparnon of=j=Anne Da. of edw. Bugges Thomas 3 Fran. 4 Anne 



2 sone Spernon in Com, 
Cornwall liveing 
1620 



of Harlow in Essex — _ a da. 

Beniamin 5 



Thomas 2 sone Fran, sone & hey. John 3 sone Mary 1 Da. Anne 2 Da. 
atat. 5, 1620 

EDW. SPARNON. 



^ John Sparke was bom in Nov., 1602, died -in Fowey, and there buried March, 1633. 
M. I. Fowey Church. 

2 Thomas Spernon gent, and Thomasin Godolphin mar. 10 July, 1598. Breage Par. Eeg. 



206 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Nicholas Gifford 7 E. 11. 
Raphe GiflFord= 



Walter Gifford= 



Baldwin Gifford 21 E. III.= 



Ralphe Gifford 2 fil. 



John Tre- 
bartha 



Willm Rouse- 

6 H. ly. 



Willms Downed 



John Trebartha= 
fil. et her. 



John Rouse=p 
19 E. IV. I 



Ricus Gifford= 
2 H. V. 



John 
Gifford 
2 fil. 



Robtus Downe^Joane da, & her. 
2 H. V. of Rich. Gifford 



PhillippusT= Robtus=f= Alice uxor. Willm Rouse=T= John Downe 37 H. VI. 
Spoure 



Tre- 
bartha 



Cottell 



son of John 



John Downe fil. et heres 



Willm Spoure of=p Nicholas ^Catherin John Rouse==Agneta fil. et Coh. 



Misterton in 
Com. Som'rset 



Trebartha 



Da.of John fil. et heres 
Kelloway 



Johis Downe 13 
H.VIII. 



Tho. Si)oure de=Anna fil. et John Rouse= Ricus Combc=Joan Da. & coh. 



NorthillinCom. 
Cornwall 



unica heres 13 H.VIII. 
Nicholas Tre- 
bartha 

r 



5 H. VIII. of Johis Rous 
13 H. VIII. 



Thomas Spoure== Jane Da. of John John Rouse fil. et heres='\Villmot Da. of . 
de Northill in Jackman of I 35 H. VIII. 

Com. Cornubia i Stockclimcsland 



John Rouse fil. et her.===Stephen Rouse 2 fil. 
1 & 2 phill. & mary 



John 2 fil. Henry Spoure de Nortliill=y=Mary Da. of & hey. of John Rouse 

I of Whitstone 



Thomas Christopher Henry 2 fil. Elinnor nupta Willo Honor 3 filia 
ob. 6. p. ajt. 40, 1620 Reskemer de merthon unmaried 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



207 



A| 



Mary mar. to Anth. Manning- Rich. Sponre de Tre- 
ton, after to Atkins & lastly to bartha in pochia de 
.... Travais iuxta Barstable Northill in Com. 

Cornub. Esq. 



=Maria fil. Petri 
Courtney of Tre- 
durff in Com. 
Cornubige 



Arthur 
3 fil. 
jet. 35 



Anna filia=Peter Joliffe de ^Henry Spoure 2 ^Katherine set. 20] 4 Jana fet. 12 
maxima Tredidon in fil. et hseres set. — — 

aetat, 24 Com. Cornwall 19annoru'1620 3 Maria set. 19 5 EUianor 10 



6 ^Magdalen set. 8 Thomas 2 filius George 3 filius Ricardus 4 

— Eetat. 17 £et. 14 filius set. 3 

7 Margaret get. 6 

* RICHARD SPOORE. 



'pw?. 



William Sprey=j=Eliza. da. of Kittow 
of I of Bodmyn 



Christopher=pEliza da. of 
Walker Clickerd 



Nicholas Sprey of Bodmyn now=f=Margaret da. of Christopher Jheromy Walker 
Townclarke of the same place Walker of Bodmyn sonne & heire 



Christopher Sprey=pJohan da. of Rich. 
Sonne & heire Courtney of Lan- 

heved (Lanivet) 



Stephen Margaret wife Catherine wife 
2 Sonne to Robt. fi-i- to Jacob Dan- 
gens of Trewro yell of Trewro 



Phihp Sonne & heir setat. 5 annor' 1620 

t 



I 1 

Nicholas 2 sonne Thomasine 

NICHO. SPREY. 



1 Lie. to marry Gertrude, da. of Humph. Bury of Culleton,p'ishof Chumleigh, Esq.,"' 
14 Sept., 1622. 

= Lie. to marry The. Cooke of Forde, p'ish of Hartland, 16 July, 1630. 

8 Bur. 15 April, 1687. Whitstone Par. Eeg. \ (J. M.) 

* Mar. lie. to Pet. Spoure, gent., and Joanna Short of Ashwater, 19 Oct., 1674 ; 
Edm. Speur and Mary, da. of Jas. Roddof Exou, 6 Got., 1675 ; Wm. Hooper of Linking- 
horne, and Fras. Spoure of Northill, sp., 14 Sept. 1667. 
Ped. fin. 44 Eliab. East. Cornw. Nich. Joliff, gen. qu. Hen. Spore and o'rs def. Bridge, Knell, etc. 

„ 1 Chas. Mich. Cornw. Rich. Spoure ar. qu. Peter Jollyffe, def. Manor of Dodacomb, etc. 

„ 24 Chas. East. Devon. Henry Spoure ar. and Peter JollifEe ar. qu. Wm. Mallett, def. 
Iddeslegh, Monkhampton. 

„ 1657, Hill. Cornw. Henry Spoure, Esq., qu. Jno. Carkeete, def. Brown Park, etc. 

t For account of this family and contin, of ped., see ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 293-4. 



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THE VISITATION Of THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 211 

Tho. Sprye of Cutcrew in Com. Cornwall=f= 



John Sprye of Cutcrewe in Cora. Cornw.^ 



Oliver Spry of Cutcrew^pElizab. of John Deble of 
Hving 1620 I Insworke of Cornwall 



George Spry sone & heire=i=Anne Da. of Arthure Ashford of 
atat. 40, 1620 I Wonwell in Devon Esq. 

Samwell 2 Arthnre 3 John sone & hey. Willm 4 Anne a da. atat. 2, 1620 
at. 13, 1620 

GEORGE SPRY. 



* There are two lines in form of a X drawn though this pedigree. 
Peter Spry, gent., and Anne da. of Kich Penwame Esq. mar. atT 

Mawnan 1681. [.Archd TranscriDts 

Tho. Holman and Susannah Spry, both of Maker, by lie. from | " ^ ' 

Plymo. dat. 1 7ber, 1721, mar. at Maker. J 

Agnes, da. of Wm. Sprie of Kamsham, bap. 1614 at Tavistock. | Tfauscrints 

mar. 1611. ) Buckland Mon. Par. 

,, 1611.) Peg. 

bap. 12 Feb., 1624.-) „ ^^^ p^,. „„„ 

„ 26Ap.,1625.]^°^'y^^'-^'S- 
mar. 1585. Menheniot Par. Peg. 

bap. 



Will Spry and Alice Elford 

Eich. Knighton and Maria Spry 

Elizb. da. of Lewis Spry 

Ric. son of Eic. Spry 

Tho. Elford and Alis Spry 

Elizb., da. of Eich. Spry, 

Honor, da. of Will. ,, . „ 

Mary, da. of Anthony „ „ 

James, son of Mr. Will. Spry, „ 

Mary, da. of „ „ 

Anthony Spry and Joan Edgcombe mar. 

Eichard Spry and Honor Hillman „ 

Rich. Spry of Tavistock and Honor Hilman of Anthony, 

mar. lie. 7 Dec, 1632. 

Francis Edgcumbe, gent., and Honor Spry mar. 1658. 

Anthony Spry and Abigail Abbott ,. 1671. 

WUl. Spry and Mary Vivian ,, 1680. / 

Holman, Helman (Helman Tor, Lanlivery), Hillman, indifferently. See ped., ' Visit. Devon, 
1620,' p. 150. 

Grant by Ealph de Valletorta to Eoger Derwyn, clerk, Sibil his wife, ") ^ • + h ^ 

and Joan, the da. of Eoger, of lands that Fulke Holman held in p'ish of L!-ommunicatea Dy 
Maker. Deed dat. 19 Ed. III., 1345. ) ^^^^^^ ^°Ser, ■t.sq. 

See corrected ped. of Spry, ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 72, 73. 



1585. 

1646. ^ 

1667. 

1671. 

1682. 

1695. 

1631. 

1632. 



Tavistock Par. Peg. 



212 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



John St. Albone of St. Clowins^i Blanch Da. & Coh. of Tho. Whittington 
in Com. Cornw. of Pawntley in Com. Glouc. 



Tho. St.= 
Albin 
deSt. 
Clowins 



=Zenobia Da. 
of John 
Mallet of 
WoUey 



Mari mar. 
to Hen. 
Chiverton 



Grace mar. 
to John 
Reskemer 



Agnes to 
Tho. 
Coso- 
worth 



Avis mar. 
to Corri- 
ton 



John St. Albin=Katherin Da. of Thomas 2 fil. de Helston Anne mar. to John 



fil. et heres 



John Arundell 
of Trerise 



mar. Katherin^ Da. of 
John Bonithon of Cal- 
clew 



Courtney of La- 
sack in Com. Corn- 
wall 



^111 III I III I I 

1. Gartrude 15 4. Blanch 6 John fil. 2. Thomas set. 9 Henricus Tliomas 

— — et her. — fil. et 2 fil. set. 3 

2. Anne 14 5. Gather in^ 4 a?t. 10 3. Willms 7 heres annoru' 

— — annoru' — setat. 3 et 3 men- 

3. Zenobia 12 6. Margaret 3 1620 4. Henry 6 annoru' sis 

— et demi 

5. Nicholas 4 



THOMAS SEYNTAUBYN. 



ANTHONIE STEPHENS X mark 
for his M-- THO. ST. AUBIN. 



Ai-chd. Transcripts. 



' Inq. p. m. Thos. Whittington, 38 Hen. VIII. Blanche, da. and coh.. ret. 22. 
' Mar. 13 April, 1615. Milor Par. Reg. 

3 Bap. at Crowan 18 Sep., 1614. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
• John Seyntaubyn, Esq., bur. 20 Aug., 1684, at Crowan. 

Sir John Seynt Aubyn, Bart., ,, 24 June, 1679, „ 

Mrs. Blanch St. Aubyn ,, 2 Jan., 1680, „ 

Sir John St. Aybyn, Bart., and Catherine, da. of Sir Nicholas Morice, 
Bart., mar. by lie. 3 Oct., 1725. 

(Sir Nich. Morice bur. 7 feb., 1725.) 

John Seynt Aubyn, sou of John Seynt Aubyn, Esq., and Anne, da. ) „ ^ -c- . > 
of James Jenkyn, Esq., dec, were mar. at St. Columb Major 14 V ^P" °^ "^^eter s 
Nov., 1665. ) -transcripts. 

Henry, son of Su- John St. Aubyn, Bart., born 4 June, bap. 12 June, ) ^ ^ ' p t> 

1 TCS^ i v>rOW3>Il 1 BiT, xyG^ 

Francis St. Aubyn, Esq., of Crowan and Maddren, and Mrs. Ane ) ^^ , . n n 

Arundell mar. 29 Sept., 1690. _ j Gulval Par. Reg. 

John Courtenay, of Lazack or Laddock, and Annie St. Abin, da. of 
St. Ablyn of Crowan, ar., 10 Oct.. 1595.1 

John St. Aubyn of Crowan and Catherine Godolphin, da. of Eras. ' 
G. of St. Illary, 29 Mar., 1637. i 

James St. Aubyn, of St. Agnes, gent., and Mary Sleeman of Lower ' 
St. Columb 1728. 

Mr. Harrie Sintabin's mother, of Carminowe, bur. 21 Jan., 1595. ■) 
Hen. Saintawbin of Carminowe, Esq., ,, 17 Aug., 1617. j 

Ted. fin. Cornw. 6 Edw. III., No. 6. Guy de Sancto Albino and Margareta his wife qu. 
Walter de Sutton def. Argallas, Medeshole, Wyk St. Mary, and Whitstone, to Walter for life, 
rem. to Guy and his heirs, 

[iVflfe contlnned on follmv'mg page. 



■ Mar. Lie. 



Mawgan in Men. 
JPar. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



213 



^tanb^rpe bel ^tanburpe. 



Arms. Quarterly Stanberye. Party per pah B. and 0. a lion ramp. Sab. 
and EsTCOTTE. Sa. six escallops Or, 3, 2, 1. 

John Stanbery of Stanbery in Morewinstow in Com. Cornwall=j= 



Walter Stanbery son & heyre of John=j=Cicily fil. 



Rich. Stanbery 2 son was Robt. Stanbery 3 son who Willm Stanbery 4 son 
Bishop of Hereford dwelt at weststanbery who dwelt at Cliff 



John Stanbery sone & he3Te=T= 

I 

I 
John Stanbery sone & heyre=j= 



John Stanbery son & hey. 



Willm Stanbery sone & heyre=f= 



Willm Stanbery of Nich. Stanberie^Margaret Sister & 
Morwinstowe of Cliffe I Coh. of E 



Willms =j=Jone 1 Da. & hey. Tho. Stanberie of=i=PhiUip Da. of Hugh Manning 

Stanbery of Robt. Dawe of Morewinstow or 

of Tamer- Broadwood Cliffe 
ton 



Nich. 2 ill. mar. 
Anne da. of 
Robt. Cutting 
of Tam'ton 



Willms= 
Stan- 
bery of 
Tamer- 
ton 



=Jane Da. & Coh. of 
Willm Salisberie 
of Buckland 
Brewer 



of Dassell in Morewinstow in 
Cornwall 



Tho. Stan-= 
bery fil. 
primogenit 



IN. 

1. Margerie 

2. Maria 

3. Magdalen 



Willms Stanbery 
fil. et h^eres set. 
10 annoru' 1620 



Roger 2 
fil.^tat. 



Abigail 
Maria 



Elizab. 



=Willmot Da. of John 
Clowter of South 
Petherwin Com. 
Cornub. 



Thomas fil. et h^res 
Eet. 2 annoru' 



John Stanbery fil. primogenitus=pRosa fil 

|A 
(^JVote continued.) 

Inq. p. m. 8 Kic. II., No. 32. John de St. Aubyii chev. Guido filius set. 7. (Somerset and 
Cornwall.) 

Inq. p. m. 14 Eich. II., No. 46. John St. Aubyn, Kt., ob. 7 Rich. II. Guido St. Aubyn, son 
and heir, set. 13 et amp. Names Johanna, wife of Sir John, and Elizabeth, wife of his son Guido. 

Inq. p. m. 7 Hen. V., No. 39. John St. Aubyn and Katherine ux., heir of Sir Robt. Challons. 
Joan, set. 8, da. and coh., after married Otho de Bodrugan. Margaretta, set. 4, da. and coh., after 
mar. Reginald Trethurff. 

(For this line of St. Aubyn, consult Sir Wm. Pole's Devon.) 

Inq. p. m. 1 Hen. IV., 1 part. No. 77. Philipa, wife of Rich. Sergeaux. Alice, born at 
Kilqviite in Mabin and bapt. in the church of St. Mabin, one of the das. and heirs of Philipa, 
mar. to Guido de St. Aubyn. Prob. ast. Sep. 1 Hen. IV. 

Mrs. Isabella Saintaubyn is named in will of Dame Elizabeth, wid. of Sir Jno. Arundell of 
Lanherne, 12 June, 1564. P. P. C. 9 Nov., 1564. 

Jane Arundell of Lanherne, will 2 Sept., 1575. P. P. C. 31 Oct., 1577. Names her god- 
daughter Elizabeth St. Aubyn. 



214 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Rich. Stanbery son & hey.= 



Rich. Manning=Margaret Da. & hey. John Dassell=Alice Da. & hey. of Robt 



of Stanberie of Rich. Stanberie 



Hudisland of Bristoll 



Robt. Manninge fil. et her=j= Robt. Rogers=pMawde Da. & hey. of John Dassell 



John Maning sonne & her.=pMargery oldest Da. & heyi-e of Robt. Rogers 



John Manninge sone & heyre=pMargery fil. 



John Manning sonne & heyre=f=Jane Da. & hey. of John Rowland of Plimouth 



Willm Maning son & heyre=f-Thomasin Da. & Coh. of John Blanchard 



Nicholas Manning son & hey.===Margaret Da. Coh. of Lawrence Priist of Thory 



John Manning son & hey. = Christian Ley al's Kempthorne ob. sine prole 
WILLIAM STANBERYE. THOMAS STANBURYE. 



Jo. Stevens of . . . .=f 



Tho. Stevens of Dulo in Cornwall=f=Joane Da. of CoUicotte 



Tho. Stevens of Tregony=T=Jane Da. of Tho. Cock of Bodmin 
liveing 1620 I in Com. Cornwall 

I ' I ! I \ I I 

Hen. sone & John 2 Arther 3 Elizb. 1 Agnes 2 Rafe 3 Richard 4 
hey. at. 18 

* THO. STEPHENS. 



* John Stephen of Godolphin bur. 1584. ■) t> p p 

WiU. Williams and Xtian Steven mar. 12 Nov., 1642. ) '^^^^SQ ^ ar. ixeg. 
Thomas Stephens and Miss Vivian mar. 27 June, 1074. St. Ervan Par. Reg. 
JoVm Trett'ry, Esq., and Katherine Stephens mar. 22 Dec., 1675. Fowey Par. Reg. 
Henry Vyvyau and Jane Stephens mar. 1682, St. Austell Par. Reg. 

[^Aote continued on follo7ving page. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



215 



Arms. P'tiep' pale Or and V't chev'on engraled ent. 3 birdes countercharged, quarf 
with Sa. ^ fesse mt. 3 Beares Or, as in the old Visifacon of Cornwall. 

Stephen at Stone in the old Visitacon. 

^Jo, Stone of Trevigo in Cornw.=pJane Da. of Callard of Callard in Devon 
I 



Elizb. ux' Antho. 
Roscarrock 



Jone ux' Oliver Col- 
lyns of Launston 



Tho. Stone=Elizb. Da. of Wm. 
of Strevigo Harris of Hayne 



John 2 Sonne mar. Dorithie ux' Wm, Len- Wm. Stone of Stre-=Mary Da. of Jo. 

Suzan Da. of Tho. nard of Favant in Com. vigo in Com. Corn- Newcort of 

Moor Doct. of Di- Wilts Docter of Divi- wall liveing 1620 Pickwell in 

vinitie nitie Devon Esq. 



Wynift'id ux' 
John Mathew 
of St. Cue 



Honor ux' 1 Cha. 
Prust 2 to Rich. 
Estcot of Lanston 



Anne ux' Digorie 
Hixt of Lances- 
ton 



Marg'^ ux' James 
Bagg of Pli- 
mouth 

WILLIA STONE. 



John Thomas of Crowan in Cornwall===Margerie Da. & hey. 



Jo. Thomas of Crowan==. . . . Da. of ... . 



John Thomas of Crowan==Ellino'" Da. of Wm. Paynter of St. Earth 
I A 

(^Note continued.') 

Rich. Carter, St. Columb the Lower, will 27 Nov., 1578, P. P. C. 5 Feb., 1582. Names Tho. 
Steiihens, the elder, of Trenythen, and Tho. Stephens of Trenythen in Probus, an overseer. 

Ped. fin. C'ornw. 13 Hen. IV., No. 3. John Stephen, Vicar of St. Peter's, Bodmin, qu. Eich. 
Wyket and Johanna his wife def. In Grampound, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 18 Hen. VI., No. 12. Nicholas Stephen and John Kympe qu. Eob. Brewys 
and wife def. In Leskyret. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 19 Hen. VI., No. 1. Thos. Dawe, cl'icus, and Henry Stevens, cl'icus, qu. 
John Thomas and Alianor Lovell def. Names Johanna, wid. of Will. Thomas, Padestowe, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 28 Hen. VI., No. 2. Thorn. Bertelot qu. Eobert Stephen and Alice his wife 
def. In Truruburg, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 16 Edw. IV., No. 1. Jno. Carowe, cl'icus, and William Stephyn, capel- 
lanus, qu. Thos. Tregose and wife def. Kenegy, etc. 

' Called John in Bagg pedigree ' Visit. Devon, 1620,' p. 16. 

* Michael Williams and Joan Stone mar. 29 Sept., 1676. Kenwyn Par. Eeg. 

Ped. fin. C'ornw. 2 Hen. VI., No. 1. Eich. Fortescue and Agnes his wife qu. Margaret, who 
was wife of John Stone, def. Littlecote, etc. Eem, to Margaret and her heirs if Eich. and Agnes 
died without issixe. 



216 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

^1 

John Thomas of Lanant in Com.^Phill. Da. of Wm. Reskemer 



Cornw. liveing 1620 



of Merthen 



r " I I I 

John sone & hey. at. 4 1620 Willm 2 sonne EUinor 1 Ka therm 2 

JOHN THOMAS. 



Ci)om5;. 



This coate of P' pale nehule Ar. B. was y" coate armo"" of S"" Willm ap Thomas, 
from whome this familye chalengeth to be descended. 

Rich. Thomas gent, of Wales, dealing in marchandise betweene 
Wales & Cornwall, maried at lelant in Cornwall w' the da. & 
haer. of John Hickes of lelant=f= 

I 



P' pale nehoUe Ar. A; B. 
p' Samp. Lennard 



Henrie Thomas son of Richard=pDa. & hey. of Pawly 



Rosmell=j=Da. & hey. of Owen of woen- 
I hosken in Com. Cornwall 



Willm Thoms of Lelant=pDa. of Rose- 
in Com. Cornwall warne 



Da. & hey. of Rosmell of Bodmin=pJohn Thoms of Lelant 



John Thoms=pDa. & hey. of John Godolphin of 
of Lelant I Qwenippe in Com. Cornwall 



1 I 2 

Jane Da. & Coh. of Nic.==Willm Thoms of Curie in Com.=j=Mary Da. of John 
Penticost Cornw. liveing 1620 I Pendarveis 



I I I 

John sone & Willm 2 
hey. at. 22 — 

Bartho. 3 



Samwell 4 Hester 1 Lowday 3 Jane 5 

Edmond 5 Grace 2 Ellinor 4 Mary 6 

t . WILLM THOMS, 1620. 



* Loveday, da. of Will. Thomas, gent., bap. at Constantine 6 Mar., 1601. )Bp. of Exeter's 
Jane, wife „ „ bur. 1597. j" Transcripts. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 8 Rich. II., No. 3. Roger Thomas of Fosnewith qu. Thomas Juyl of Tre- 
worgy and Celnance his wife def . Treworgy juxta Lanstenetha and Heye juxta Calington settled 
on Roger Thomas and Isabella his wife, rem. to Johana, da. of Isabella, rem. to John Treworgy 
and his heli-s for ever. 

•f For continuation of this pedigree, see ' History of Ti-igg Minor,' vol. i., p. 306. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 217 

d)cims alias Cains^b). 

Willm Thorns al's Carnsew of Carnsew^pMawd da. & heir of Drew of Tregny 



^ Henry Thorns ars=j=Julian da. of Tubb Thomas Thoms=Sibell da. of Edw. 

Carnsew of Carnsew of St. Niott al's Carnsew Kestell of Kestell 



^ Henry Thorns al's Carnsew of Treune=f=Charitie da. of James Tripcunny 

j \ \ n ^1 

Henry Thoms al's Carnsew James 2 Grace wife Ellynor 2 Johan 4 

of Treune eldest sonne sonne to John — 

living 1620 setat. 23 Chenowith Julyan 3 

HENRY THOMS AL'S CARNSEW. 



Cdtnfetm* 

John Tonkin of Trevalack in S' Kevern in Cornwall= 



John Tonkin of TreTalack=f=Da. of Sandry Browne of 
in St. Kevern I Logan in Cornwall 



Julian Da. of Will. Pick-=Thomas Tonkin=pMary Da. of Hen. Dulyn of Newton 
ford of Exeter ux. 2 of Trevalack I Ferrers in Devon ux. 1 



Radigon mar. to Willm Braban of St. Cullum=f= 



Filius unicus 

t THOMAS TOTNKEIN. 



1 Chanc. Pro. Elizab. (8 May, 1602), L. 1. 7, No. 44. Lovelis v. Thoms al's Carnsew and o'rs. 
Gives this descent. 

* Grace, da. of Henry Thoms al's Carnsew, mar. Walter Halamore of Penryn. See Halla- 
more ped., ante. 

For continuation of this pedigree, see ' Hist, of Trigg Minor,' vol. ii., pp. 174, 175. 

f Rev. Hugh Tonkin and Mrs. Prudence Williams mar. at Helstone 1726. ") Archdeacon's 
Will. Tonkin, minister, bur. at MuUion 7 Jan., 1719. j Transcripts. 

[_]Vote contimied on next page. 
2 F 



218 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Wvthuxioott. 

Tho. Trebaifoote of Poundstoke in Cornwall=Agnes Da. & hey. of Tele of Devon 



John Trebarfoote of Poundstock=pMargt Da. of "Wm. Penfound 
in Com. Cornwall I of Poundstocke 



Rich. 2 sone TTillm Trebarfoote of Trebar-=MaryDa. & Cob. of John 



of Trebar- 
foote 



foote in Coin. Cornwall liveing 
1620 



Bobage of North tawton 
in Com. Devon 



Honor Marg' Willm 2 sone John sonne & heire at' 15 

RICHARD TREBARFOOTE. 



(N^ote cent inn ed.) 

Michael, son of Humph. Tonkin, gent.. 
,, Thomas .. ,, 
da. of Hiunph. ,, „ 
,. Thomas ,, ., 

son of John 

,, Stephen .. 
da. of Willm. Tonkin Sen'r 
son of William Tonkin 



James, 

Sarah, 

Sarah, 

Henry, 

Stephen, 

Mary, 

William, 

William, 

William, „ John Tonkin, 

Temperance, da. of Thomas Tonkin 

Frances, ., Hugh Tonkin, Esq., 

Humph., son of Humph. Tonkin 

Humphiy, „ ., 

Joseph May, clerk, and Elizab. Taunking 

William Tonkin and Elyzab. Erissy 

Mr. Hugh Tonkin of Mullion and Elizb. Deane 

John Tonkin and Loveday Vyvian 

Philip Tonkin and Elizab. Halse ,, 



bap. 



27 Feb.. 



11 Jan. 
30 Nov. 



1654.^ 

1654. 

1656. 

1657. 

1675. 

1677. 

1680. 

1681. 

1683. 

1683. 

1683. 

1684. 

1689. 

1694. y 



St. Agnes 
Par. Reg. 



_ oo T 1 ^A- ) St. Austell 
mar.22Jan.. 160/.;p^^. ggg 

mar. 1701. Duloe Par. Eeg. 

oo T i^o- ) MawganinMen. 
mar. 22 June, 1 68 / . j p^^^! p^^^ 



William Cornish, gent .. and Jane Tonkin , gent., mar. 1 2 Aug., 1675 



28 May. 1614. | St. Austell Par. 
9 Aug.. 1684. ) Eeg. 

( St. Breoke Par. 



Thomas Tonkin, Cornw. 
Edmund Tonkin, Cornw. 



Will proved 1652. P. P. C. 
Adm'n 16.52, P. C. C. 



Bowyer, 93. 



I 



Eeg. 



.(J.M.) 



* Olive Trebarfoot, wid., bur. 1686. St. Issey Par. Eeg. See note 4 under Moyle ped., ante. 
John Trebarfoot, gen., bur. 3 May, 1631, at Poundstock. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
William, son of Digory Trebarfote. bap. 6 Jany., 1592. '^ Kilkhampton 
Mary, dau.of „ .. 14 Sep., 1594. > Par. Reg. 

John, son of Arthur Trebarfote, bap. 27 May, 1676. | ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ 
Arthur, son of Arthur Trebarfoot. ., 31 Aug., 1684. y p ti„„ 
Elizabeth, dau. of „ „ 24 Nov., 1(;86. J ^a-i.-t^^K- 

Mar. lie. betw. Robert Martyn, of St. Gennys, gent., and^ J (J- M-) 

Honour Trebarfoote of Poundestock, Jan.26, 1634. 
Adm'n of goods, etc.. of Simon Trebarfoote, late of \ Act Books, Exeter. 

Newlyn, gent., who died intestate, granted to 

Nicholas Trebarfoot. his brother. Mar. 24, 1664. J 
Thomas Trebarfoot bur. at Poundstock 29 Aug., 1598. Bp. of Exeter's Trans. / 
Ped. fin. 31 Elizb., Mich., Devon. John JoUowe and Will. Trebarfoot qu. Eich. Clevedon 
def. 250 acr. and ten'ts in Cleverton, 250 in Bradworthy. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 219 

Arms. — Sa. chev. ent. 3 trees arrashed A r. 

S>- John Trefry K'=r 



da. & coheir wife da. & coheir wife to 

to the Lo. Bonvile .... Archdeacon 



Eoger Trefiy of Trefry=j= 



John Trefry=pIbott da. of S*" Nich. flamank k*^ 



John Trefry=p. ... da. & heir of Killigrewe 



Roger Trefi'y=j=Senata da. & heir of peter Polgreene 



Thomas Treft'y=pEliza. da. & coheir of Robt. Bonnyface 



Thomas Trefry=j= Amice da. & heire of John Michelstow 



Thomas Trefry=p Alice da. & coheire of Searl of Penyerane 



^ Sir John Tre-=Ann da. of ^ Thomas Trefry=pJennet da. & heir of Willm 

fry k*. Lucome 2 sonne Daw of plymouth 

A I 

1 Sir John TrefEry, Knt.. will P. P. C„ Moone 20, dat. 24 Jun., 1500. Legacies to the church 
of St. Fembaro at Fowey. '• To the Prior and Convent of the Ho. of St. Andrew's at Tyward- 
reath a goune of velvet without furre to make a Coope to thuse of the s'd House. Item, I beq. 
to the s'd Prior and Conv. a paxe and two cruetts of silver a pair of vestments of blewe velvet. 
Item 22 marcs for the paiment of the same, a basin and an ewer of silver, and money to the 
value of the s'd 22 marcs to thintent that the s'd Prior and Conv. of Tywardreath shall settle my 
name in the Mortelege w'th ther founders and so to say after my decesse iiij times placebo and 
diriges and 4 masses at 4 times in the year for my soul and all the soules that I am bound to 
pray for and after to be prayed for daily and yerely as ther founders be there prayed for, and 
that they shall be bound to me by the Convent seal for the performance of the same in £20." 
(This was duly observed ; see Oliver's ' Monasticon.') A somewhat similar beq. to the Pbt. and 
Canons of St. German's, the freres of Traru and of Bodman, and to a priest to sing masses for his 
soul in the Lady Chapel of the Ch. of Saint Barry in Fowey. To his brother William Tre£fry, 
among several articles of plate, " a prang of silver for grene gynger," " a ringe of gold with a 
safflour lope for the sight." To his nephew Wm. Trevanyon a furre of martres, etc. To his bro. 
Thos. Treffry a quart, of the ' George ' (name of a vessel). To nephew Jno. Trevanyon a quart, 
of the ' Mary Hardford.' To his son-in-law John Tregorck and Anne his wife. To his sister 
Jane, wife of John Beckett. Executors were Sir Eob. Willoughby, Lo. de Broke. Wm. Tre- 
vanyon, ar., Peter Bevyll, ar., and Nicho. Penwarne. Witnesses Nicho. Kent, clerk, Eich. Har- 
rington, Tho. Kaby, Henry Pester, Rob. Poyle, and o'rs. 

" 1th Sept. Obitus Joins Treffry miUtis bone memorie, qui obiit viii. id et. vii^ die mensis 
SejJtembf-i MB. cuju-s a'ie j/pieietur Deus, Amen." (Calendar Tywardreath Priory.) 

= Named in will of Willm. Treffry of Fowey, P. P. C. Holgrave 21, 25 Nov., 1504. To be 
bur. in the Ch. of St. Barre of Fowey, " I beseech to convey a tombe out of ye yle of Porbeck 

\_Note continued on next paye. 



220 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

^1 

^ Thomas TrefiT=r^ Eliza, da. of John Killegrew 



2 Emilyn da. & coheir of John=f=2 John Trefi7=r^ Jane da. of Reginald 
Tresithny 2 wife I of Trefry I Mohun 1 wife 



3 William=Ursula da. & coheir of Willm Tremaine 



Trefry 



of Upcot in Com. Devon 



Loare wife to ... . Tren- 
with of Trenwith 



* John Trefry of=^ Bridget da. of S'' ^ Jane wife to John ^ Emlyn 2 Ursula 4 
Trefry Esq. Arthure Champer- Trefuses of Tre- — 

living 1620 non k^ fuses Esq. Bridgets 

JOHN TREFFRY. 



(^Note continued. ) 
and send to Fowey, to be of the pattern of a tomb to Ar. Browne in the Croched Freers of Lond. 
Three images, my broder, me, and wyfe on tomb, with the portraits of St. Gregory and such 
sculpture as my Ex'or can devise after the apparell of the same." [There is a tomb in Fowey 
Ch. with figures of the three brothers, John, Wm., and Tho., which last died in 1509. — Eds.] 
Testator names his bro. and heir Thomas TrefEry, his nephew John TrefEry, nephew Jno. 
Trevanion, Lord Eobt. Willoby de Broke, Sir Jno. Ai-undel of Cornw., and leaves his Chantry 
Priest of Barkley, Sir Tho. Holdman (Holman), to choose one of his Gildynes (geldings) and £3 
to pray for him. Lands within Cornwall, Coventrie, and Barkley. Diamonds and rubies and 
much jewellery. (The originals of the above wills are lengthy, and worth the inspection of the 
antiquary.) 

' M. I. Fowey Ch., date 31 Jan., 1563. Ai'ms, Teeffey imi)aling Killegeew. 

■^ M. I. Fowey Ch. Jno. TrefEry, ob. 28 Jan., 1590. He had nine sons and seven dau's by his 
second wife. One of the sons was Tho. Treffry, " C'ouncell att Law," who mar. Kath'n, da. and 
coh. of Tho. Hellier al"s Mayow, and ob. 1 Mar., 1G35. M. I. Fowey Ch. 

Kath'n, wife of Tho. TrefEry, Esq., bur. at Lostwithiel 1625. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

3 Willm., son of John TrefEry, bap. 18 Feb., 1559., 
Willm. Treffry, Esq., and Ursula Tremaine mar. 3 Ap., 1589. | 

4 John, son of Willm. Treffry, bap. 26 Jan.. 1594. | 
s Bridget, nx. Jno. TrefEry. Esq., bur. 15 Ap.. 1650. 
« Jane, da. of Willm. Treffry bap. 5 Mar., 1591. 

John Trefusis and Jane Treffry mar. 29 May. 1611. 

7 Emblen, da. of Willm. Treffry, bap. 15 Aug., 1596. 

Mrs. Emblen Treffry • bur. 

* John Treffry of I'lace, Fowey, Esq. 
drcn of cousin Thomas ten gold moydores. 



Fovs'ey Par. Reg. 



15 Ap.. 1650. ^ 
(Will Bodmin, 1716.) To poor of' Foy £50. To chil- 
Cousin Mary Dagg. Godson John, son of Sir Rich. 
Vivian, Bart. To cousin John Toller, Lieut, of a man-of-war. Ratifies and confii-ms sale of 
Barton of Rooke to Mr. Edw. Treffry of Mevagizzy. The Three-Corner Park to Vicar of Fowey 
for ever. Annuity to wife Katherin. Trustees Sir Rich. Vivian. Bart., Major-General Charles 
Trelawney. and Charles Gryles. (Vivian and Gryles died, when Ph. Rashleigh of Menabilly and 
Joseph Sawle of Peurice were substituted.) 



William Treffry and Thomazin C'eely 
Nicholas Ti'cfry and Margaret Mill 
Nicholas Trefi'y and Thomazin Kestle 
Anthony, sou of Rob. Trevry 
Charles, „ ,, 

John, ,, ,, 

William, „ „ 

Walter Trefry and Elizab. Hambly 
John Trefiy and Mary Williams 



mar. 1682. Breock Par. Reg. 

., 1610. ") Egloshayle Par. 

1631.) Reg. 

bap. 1658. 

„ 1660.1 

" Jg^j-Vst. IsseyPar.Reg. 

mar. 1686.1 

„ 1689. 

[_Kote continued on next page. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 221 

Wvttxit. 

Arms. — Sa. a chev. hetw. 3 trees Arg. 

John Trefrie of roye=rEmlyn Da. of Jo. Tresithny 



Willm Trefrie ^ Matthew Trefrie of Foye=pElizb. Da. of Jo. Soraester of 
of Foye 1 son 3 sone liveing 1620 Peynsford in Com. Devon 



Thomas 1 sone 
at. 13, 1620 



I 
Willm 2 
sone 



John 3 
sone 



Elizab. 
1 Da. 



Jane 
2 Da. 

Not signed. 



{Note continued.) 




The, 


son of John TrefEry, Esq., 


Debora, 


da. of 


,j 


Tresoney, 


son of 


,, 


Martha, 


da. of 


5> 


Henry. 


son of 




Rebecca, 


da. of 


jj 


Mary, 


,, 


„ 


Henry, 


son of 


„ 


Mary, 


da. of 


!) 


Rebecca, 


,, 




Maud, 


,, 


jj 


John, 


son of 


Justin Treffry, 


Maurice 


J, 


,j 


John, 


)) 


Thomas Treffry, 


Mary, 


da. of 


Mr. Justin TrefEry 


Kat'n, 


,, 


Thos. Treffry, 


Thos., 


son of 


„ 



bap. 16 June, 1563.\ 
„ 1570. 

„ 23 July, 1571. 

1572. 
„ Feb., 1575. 

„ 1579. 

„ 1581. 

„ 20 June, 1583. 

„ 1593. 

„ 1598. 

„ 1601. 

1677. 
„ Ap. 6, 1681. 

„ 20 July, 1684. 

„ 1687. 

„ 13 Sept.. 1691. 

8 Sept., 1695. 
mar. June, 1594. 

Otherwise Hugh Peters, Cliuplain and Adviser of Oliver Crom- 
well ; b'h'd hy Chas. II. on Tower Hill.— J. J. T. 
[A pencil note with the initials probably of Justin Treffry, clerk. — Eds.] 



Tho. Dickwood and Martha Treffry 



Fowey Par. Reg. 



Tho". Treffry and Elizb. Morish mar. 30 Nov., 1613 

Justin Treffry, clerk, and Susanna George ,. 14 Feb., 1669. 

Tho. Treffry and Rose Major „ 14 Oct., 1688. 

Jno. Ti-effry, Esq., bur. 24 Sept., 1658. 

Henry, son of Justin Treffry, clerk, ,, 1672.7 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 1 Rich. II., No. 3. Win Watta, Cappelanus, qu. William Treffry and Alicia 
his wife def. Hele, etc., settled on William and Alice, with rem. to right heirs of Alice. 

Fed. fin. 13 Eliz., Ea., C!ornw. John Treffiy ar. qu. Wm. Lower ar. def. Polveyn juxta Fowey. 

M. I. IN FOWET Ch. 
Here in this Chancell do I ly, 
Known hy the name of John Treffry, 
Beimj made and horn for to dye. 
So must thou, friend, as well as I. 
Therefore Good works he Sure to try, 
hut chiefly love and Charity. 
And still on them with faith rely : 
So he hajjjjy Eternally. 

Soli deo Gloria. 

> Matthew, son of John Treffry, Esq., bap. 24 Feb., 1566. \ Fowey 

* Thomas Treffiy and Jane his wife, da. of John Vivian of Trewan, mar. 1641. J Par. Reg. 
For memoir of the family and continued ped. of Ti'effry, see ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. ii., pp. 
242, 256. 



222 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Arms. 1. Trefusis. Arg. a chev. hetw. 3 spindles Sa., a crescent for diff. 2. 
Martin of Bodmin. 3. Trewanwell. 4. Penkevil. 5. Tresithney. 6. 

MiLLITON. 

Crest. A Griffin sejant Or, winged B. The dexter claivs resting on cm escutcheon, Arg. 

2 

Tho. Trefuses=f=Melior Da. of Tresyny and one of his heires 



Nicho. Trefuses of . . . .=i=Grace Da. & Coh. of Willm Millington 
in Cornw. I of Pyngerseck in Cornw. 



Tho. Trefuses of Landew=j=Mary Da. of Peter Corriton of 
in Cornwall I Newton in Cornwall 



Willm Mary ux' Robt. Nicho. Trefuses of Lan-=Katherin Da.jof John 
2 Rashley of dew in Cornw. liveing 

Bone Cornwall 1620 



Lampen of Paderde 
in Cornwall 



Mary Da. & heyre atat. 4, 1 620 

NICHOLAS TREFUSIS. 



^xtixim. 

Sciant ^/sentes & futuri q'' ego Herveus de Lew dedi & concessi & hac presenti 
Carta mea confirmavi Ric'o filio'Stephani de Trefuses p' horn agio & servitio suo 
tcrr' inVilla de Trefuses cum p'tinent' sicut mete facta sunt & p'ambulati &c. nsq'e ad 
ortum q'' fuit quondam Acei de Trefuses &c. Hijs Testib^ Waltero de Penhergard, 
Herveo de Trewinse, Reginaldo de Killegabes, Willo de Benedict, Johe Clerico de 
Trefuses & alijs, sanz dat. 

This Byll indented made at Westminster the 2 day of July in the 19 ycare of 
the raigne of our Soveraigne Lord King H. YII. witnesseth, that M"" John Wallis, 
Clark, hath received in the name & for the use & bchoofe of our said Sov'aigne 
Lord of James Trefuses iu the County of Cornwall Esq. in readye mony 5' 6-' 8*^ of 
Lawfull monye of England for his fine made & given to the king's Ma'"= for his 
p'don to be released from the order of Knighthood of the Bath at the mariag. of 
my Lo. Arthure late prince. In witness, &c. 

p' me JoHEM Walles. 

All this descent was exactly proved by evidences which remain in the Custody 
of John Trefuses, Esq., a" Dm' 1620, shewed unto us in this visitation. 

Baldwine de Treviados sanz date= Aceus de Trefuses Sanz Dat'== 



Puchard de Treviados==Marina da. of Stephan de Trefu8es= 

24 E. I. I Rich.de Halet Sanz dat' 

A B 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

A I B_ 



223 



James Treviados=f=Elinor da. of Tho. 
35 E. I. Le Archdecon 



Richard de Trefases= 
sanz date 



Richard Treviados= 
10 E. II. 



Peter de Trefases=Emma da. & heire of 
sanz date I Andrew de la Champ 



James Treviados temp'e E. III.=|= William Trefases a^ 22 E. I.== 



Johan da. & heir of James=Peter de Trefuses Walter de Gaverygan= 
de Trevyados I lo E. III. sanz dat. 



Adam^=Thoma8in 



Martyn 
ofBod- 
myn 



da. of 
Willm 
Coulyn 



James Tre-= 
fuses 20 of 
E.III. 



=Emena da. 
& heire of 

de 

Balune 



S'- William 
Halep k' 
sanz date 



John Ga-=7=Johanna 

verigan 

ofGaveri- 



Roger=Hawisia 
Martyn 
19 R. 
II. 



da. of 
Ralfe 
Cock 



I 
John Tre- 
fuses a° 
1 R. II. 



= Johan da. of John 
Penross of Pen- 
rose Methly Esq. 



I 

William 

Halep 
a° 1304 



Michaell= 
Gaveri- 
gan 11 
H. IV. 



=Mariet 
da. of 
Willm 
Penrose 



Roger= 
Martyn 
5 H. 
IV. 



=Eliza. da. John= 
& heir of Tre- 
Rich. fuses 

Treu- a" 10 

roufe H. 

IV. 



=Margery 
da. of 
James 
Gervese 
Esq. 



William= 
Hallep 
a° 11 
H. IV. 



=pascatia William^Johan da. & 



da. & 
heir of 
John 
Trewy- 
thenick 



Gaveri- 
gan of 
Gaveri- 
gan a° 9 
H. VI. 



heir of Otes 
Treladerw of 
Treladerw 



Agnes 2 da. & co- Johan da.=Otho Lawrence=Elinor Richard=Mawd da, 



heire wife to Wyn- 
ter (from whome 
Roger of Caning- 
ton in Com. Som'- 
set is descend.) 



& coheire 
of Roger 
Martyn of 
Bodman 
Esq. 



Tre- 
fuses 
a" 25 
H.VI. 



Halep of 


da. & 


Gaveri- 


Trewon- 


heir of 


gan 1 


well8 


Willm 


E. IV. 


H. V. 


de Tre- 






villa 





of 



& heir 
Philip 
Godye of 
Balowdan 



James Tre- 
fases 13 
E.IV. 



=Philip da. & coheir 
of Lawrance Halep 
of Trewonwell Esq. 



William Ga-==Joan da. & heir of 
verigan 7 Philip Matherose 



H. VII. 



of Matherose 



224 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A] 



Melior da. & coheir^^ Thomas===IsabelI da. of 
of John Tresithnv Trefuses S'' John Arun- 
2 wife a quo Tre- a" 21 H. i dell of Tal- 
fuses de Landew YIII. I verne Kt. 



John Gavery-=7=Millicent da. of 
ganof Gaveri- William Carnsew 
gan a" 17 1 & coheir to hii* 
H. VIII. I mother da. of 

Sherston 



John Trefuses=Ann da. & coheir of Tristram 
A°34 H.YIII. I Golan of Golan Esq. 



John Gaverigan=Honor da. of John 
30 H. VIII. I Michell of Truro 



llichard Trefuses de= 
Trefuses 4 & 5 of 
Philip & Ma. 



=Mary da. & coheir of 
John Trevanian of 
Trevalster Esq. 



Walter Gaverigan=.Johan da. 
of Gaverigan of Hugh 

20 of Eliza. R. Boscawen 



Thomas 
Trefuses 
2 Sonne 



^ John Trefuses of=f=^ Mary da. & coheir of 



Trefuses Esq. 24 
of Q. Eliza. 



Walter Gaverigan of 
Gaverigan Esq. 



Jane 2 da. & Coheir 
wife to Willm Godol- 
fin 



Gaverigan 2 John Trefuses of=7=Jane da. of Willm 



Bartholo- 
mew 3 



Trefuses in Com. 
Cornwall Esq. 
living 1620 



Trefrye of Foy in 
Com. Cornub. Esq. 



Jane wife to 
John Pen- 
rose of Pen- 
rose Esq. 



I 

Catherine wife 
to William 
Beucham of 
Trevince 



John Trefuses sonne & heir 
petat. 8 annoru' 1620 



1 1 

William 2 


Hugh 4 ]\Iary 1 


Charles 3 


Jane 2 




JO. TREFUSIS 



' Inq. p. m. 6 Edw. VI., part i., No. 10. Thomas Trefuses, ob. 14 April, 6 Edw. VI. Kich. Tre- 
fusis, sou of his son John T., his grandson and heir, set. 17 and more. Names his wife Melior, 
da. of John Trcsithney. his dau'rs Mary, and Joane, mar. to Rich. Garvis of Penhelleck, Esq., and 
sou Thomas Trefusis. 

2 John Trofnsis, gent., and Mary Gavergan mar. 17 June, 1583. St. Mabyn Par. Eeg. (J.M.) 

• John Trefusis, ar., of Milor, and D'nam Joanna Drake of Buck. Mon., 

wid., mar. 6 Aug., 16.39. 

Johu Trefusis, jun.. of Milor, gen., and Elizb. Drake of Buck. Mon., 

spinster, mar. 13 Feb., lt)38. 

Edw. Herle. gent., and Maria Trefusis mar. 1634. (See mar. lie. p. 22.5.; 

John, son of Tho. Trefusis, gent., and Mary, bap. 1617. "> 

Eich., „ „ „ „ ,. 1619. 

Thomas, „ Henry Trefusis and Anne „ 1()47. 

James, ., ., ,. ., 1650. 

Thomas, 2nd of tliat name, son of Heury Trefusis and Anne ,. 16.54. 

William. „ „ .. ., 1658. 

Thomas, son of Tho. Trefusis the elder, and Mary, da. of Wm. 

Mohown, Esq., mar. 1 Nov.. 1626. 

Samuel, sou of Tho. Trefusis, gent., and Lower Stone, wid., mar. 1635. 

Thomas Trefusis, gent., bur. 1642. ^ 

Thomas Trefusis, gent., and Hannah Addis of Mevagizzy mar. 1716. St. Ewe Par. Eeg. 

[Note cpntinncd on next page. 



Buckland Mon., 
Devon, Par. Eeg. 



Constantine Par. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



225 



Crejjeare. 



The coate as they suppose of Tregonwell is a Chev' betweene 3 garbes. 
The Armes of Tregonwell to be searched for at London in the office of Armes, & 
to be delivered to M"" Kinge & M"" Tregere. 

Rich. Tregonwall=p 



Amond Tregonwall soune of Rich.=|=Jone Da. of John Archard of Leysard E. II. 13. 



Fowey Par. Reg. 



Claris fil. et coheres ob. sine p'le Alice maried to John Edward of Killyow= 

{Note continued.) 

John, son of John Trefusis, Esq., bap. 1612. 

Dorothy, da. of John Trefusis, gent., „ 7 Oct., 164(5. 

John Trefusis and Jane Treffry luar. 1611. 

Eich. Trefusis, gent., bur. 5 June, 1614. 

Mrs. Ursula Trefusis, wid., „ 1660. 

Gaverigan Trefuses, gent., „ 

Mrs. Amy Trefusis „ 1661. 

Chas. Trefusis bur. in the church 19 July, 1681. ) 
Henry Trefusis, gent., and Anne, da. of James Trenarth, gent, both of '^ -^^^-^^^ Par Reo' 

Constantine mar. 1642. S • !=• 

Nich. Munday, gent., and Mary, da. of Saml. Trefusis, mar. 1657. \ gtantine^Par. Reg". 

\ Bp. of Exeter's 



Jane, dau. of Samuel Ti'efusis, gent., by Lower his wife, bap. 



at Constantine 



28 Jany., 1636. j Transcripts. 



bap. 



30 Apl., 1607. 
15 Sep., 1609. 
23 Ap., 1611. 
14 Mar., 

1649. 
24 Sep., 1652. 
13 July, 1639. 



Grace, dau. of Thomas Trefusis, gent., 
Samuel, son of „ and Mary, 

Ketheryn, dau. of ,, ,, 

James, son of Henry Trefuses and Anne 

by 6 of the clock aft., 
Mary, dau. of „ ,, 

Mary, dau. of Samuel Trefusis and Lower 
Thomas, son of Mr. Henry Trefusis and Elizabeth, bap. 16 

Aug., by 6 of the clock aft., 1687. 

Henry, son of Mr. Henry Trefusis and Elizab.bap. 6 July, 1690. 
Henry, „ „ „ born 2 July, 1697. 

Robert Quarme, gent., and Catherine, dau. of Thos. Trefusis, 

gent., mar. 24 Oct., 1632. 

Mary, wife of Thomas Trefusis, gent., bur. 10 Nov., 1628. 

Thomas Trefusis, gent., ,, 1 May, 1645. 

Jane, dau. of Samuel Trefusis, gent.,bur. 17 Sept. (in chancel), 1656 



Thomas Trefusis. gent., 

Loer, wife of Samuel Trefusis, gent. „ 

Henry Trefusis, gent., „ 

Henry ,, „ 

Mrs. Ann „ widow, 

Ann, dau. of Mr. Henry Trefusis, 

Henry, son of ,, 

Samuel, „ ,, 

Ann, dau. of „ 



11 May (in church), 1657. 

9 May, 1665. 

23 Mar. (in church), 1687. 

bur. 18 Sep., 1690. 

17 Sep., 1692. 

„ 31 July, 1699. 

3 Aug., 1699. 

„ 5 May, 1703. 

„ 19 April, 1705. 



Constantine 
Par. Reg. 



Mar. lie. betw. Nicholas Trefusis of Lezant and Katlierine 

Lampen of Linkinhorne, gent., Nov. 22, 1615. 

„ ,, betw. Robert Le Grys of Owby, co. Norfolk, Knt., 

and Mary Trefusis of Lezant, May 22, 1630. I Act Books, 

„ „ betw. Nicholas Trefusis of Lezant, Esq., and Phil- /Exeter. 

lipp Slanningof Tamerton Foliot, widow, April 5, 1632. 
„ „ betw. Edw. Hearle of Luxillian, gent., and Mary 

Trefusis of Lezant, Feb. 5. 1634.7 J 

\_Note continued on next page. 
2g 



(J. M.) 



226 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Rich. Owrye of St. Maws=f=Amy fil. et heres 



^ Rich. Owrye a° 2 Ri. II.==Johanna fil. Rici Tregiskie 
I 



Serlle Owrye al's Tregonwall de Tregiskie=f=Milior Da. of John Treworga in Roseland 



Oliver Owry al's Tregonwall=f=Amie Da. of John Michell al's Jagow of St. CoUumb 



John Owry al's Tregonwall=f=Udon Da. of John Tregithew 



Jane the eldest Da. mar. to 
Ric. Adam al's Polgwest 



Jane 2 fil. et Coh. mar. to 
Rafe Liflfnye of St. Ewe 



Ainy 3 fil. et Coh. mar. to 
John Tregere of Crowen 



Thomas Adam al's Polgwest mar. 
Mary Da. of Dowell 



John LifFney mar. Joan Da. of 
Walt' Herle of St. Blazie 



I I 
Jane ^ Diedboth 

of Tho. Adam al's >w%out 

Polgwest Alice J Issue 



George King of=Elizab. Da. & heyre 

Manackan in 

Corn. 



Margaret mar. to 
Nicholas Kempe- 
thorne of Morestow 



Humphrie 


Joane John 


James = 


=Maria fil. 


Maude set. 28 un- 


ob. s. p. 


mar. 2 fil. 


Kinge 


Will. 


maried 





to fet. 


fil. 


Bowie of 


— 


George 3 


Jona- 25 


primo- 


Miler in 


Elizab. to be pre- 


fil. jet. 15 


tha. 


genit. 


Cornwal 


sently maried to 


annoru' 


Bowie 


setat. 




Francis Tripconie 


1620 


of Miler 

A=== 


34 

B 




of St. Keverne 



John Kemp- 
thorn mar, 

2 Da. of 

Cliff"ord 



Kvte continvcd.'] 

Mar. lie. betw. John Trefusis of Myler. gent., and Elizab. 

Drake of Buckland Monachorum, Feby. IH, 1638. 1 Aet Books. 

„ „ betw. John Trefusis of Miler, Esq., and Lady Joanna ( Exeter. 

Drake, widow, of Buckland Monachorum, Aug. 6, 1639. 
Wilh. 
John Trefusis, Cornw. Will proved 1648. Essex, 92. 
John Trefusis, Cornw. Will proved 1G54. Alchiu, 309. 



1594. 
1602. 
1614. 



Trefusis, Richard. 
Ann. 



Mylor. 



Brob. 



Exeter. 



(J.M.) 



Archd. 
Cornw. 



,, John, Esq. „ „ 

„ „ Mary. „ „ 

1660, Feb. 14. „ Ursula. Fowey. „ 

1661, Feb. „ Gavcrigan. „ Adm. 
„ Mar. „ Hugh. „ ,, 

1662, June. „ Ann. ,, Brob. 
1688, April 30. ., Henry. Coustantinc. ,. 
1692, April 21. ',, William. ,. „ 

,, Oct. 13. „ Ann, widow. ,, „ 

' Bed. fin. Cornw. 3 Rich. II., No. 3. Rich. Oury and Johana, da. of Rich. Tregcsky, qu. 
John Edwards of Kyllyou def . Kyllyou Edwards and Kyllyou settled on Rich. Ouryand Johana 
and their heirs, rem. to Will. Eyre and his heirs. 

' Mawdlyn, da. of . . . Clifford. See ped. of Ley al's Kempthorne, ante. 



J 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 227 

Al B I C I 



D 



I I 

1. Jane 9 



3. Mar- Johu filius efc 1. Ursula 5 John Kempthorne mar.' 
— garefc 4 heres ^tat. 8 — Da. of Trevilian in Com. 

2. Ursula 5 annoru' 1620 2. Margaret 3 Somerset 



Thomas first sonne 
ob. s. p. 



Rich. Tregere mar. Agnes Da. of John 
Chapman of Langetree in Devon 



Johu Tregere mar. Maude Da. of Roger 
Slader of Tiptquet in Devon 



Thomas 2 soune Elizab. mar. to John Tregere of=f=Honor Da. of John Hamb- 
mar. Dorothy John Lenn of Crowen in Corn- | ley of St. Earth in Corn- 

relict Wills Lazack wall wall 



Christop. 1. Anne 
4fil. — 

fet. 3 2. Grace 

JAMES KINGE. 



3. Chari- 
tie 



I I 

4. Katherin 

5. Mawde 



James John 2 Richard fil. 
3 fi. fil. et heres 

fet. 6 a^tat. 9 set. 19 

JOHN TREGEARE. 



Otes Trehane of Trehane in Cornwall=f=Daughter of Lahere 



Mary John Trehane of Trehane=f=Amy Da. & one of theires of ... . Tregallest 



Agnes mar. to Stephe John Trehane of Trehane in=Elizb. Da. of John Merret of 



Polewheele 



Com.Cornw. liveinge 1620. 



Probus in Cornw. gent. 



|1 

Elizb. uxor 
Jo. Scawyne- 
of Trehane 



Mary ux' Niche. 
Kendall of 
Luxillian in 
Cornwall 



|3 
Amy uxor Pet' 
Courtney of 
Penkevell in 
Cornwall 



|4 I 

Katherin ux' John 

Jo. Vermon liveing 

of Lamarron m 1640 

JOHN TREHANE. 



1 Ursula, da. of Jno. Trevillian. See ped. of Ley al's Kempthorne, ante. 
■ Ti-ehane, where this family was seated, is in the parish of Probus, and passed to Scawen 
with the eldest coheir. (J. M.) 

* The addition in italic is in another handwriting. 
Mr. John Carveth and Mrs. Jane Trehane mar. 1741. Menhenniot Par. Reg. 
John Trehane of Linkinhorn and Martha Bellamy mar. at Probus 1 Archd. ^ 

20 July, 1736. i Transcripts. 

Richard Ingram and Elizabeth Trehane mar. 25 Nov., 1567. St. Austell Par. Reg. V (J. M.) 
Prob. of will of Thomas Trehane of Probus. Archd. Cornw., 26 Oct., 1570. I 

Prob. „ „ ,, „ 28 June, 1660. ) 

\^Notc contimicd on next ixiqc. 



228 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Rich. Trelawny fiiere de Trelony=p 



W"! Trelawiiy=j= 



Jo. Trelawny=pJoane Da. of Rich. Botterell 



^ W'" Trelawny=pJane Da. of Stephen de Trewynick 



John de Trelawny sone & heyre=pLau'' Da. of Rich. Sergeaux K* 



"W™ Trelawney sone & hey.=j=Margei7 Da. of Jo, de Reparijs 



W™ Trelawny sone & heyi'e^Jone Da. of Rich. Doyngull & heire to hir brother John 



John TreLawny sone & heyre K'=pMawde Da. of Rob. Menwynick 



S'' Jo. Trelawny K'=j=Agnes Da. of Rob. Tregodack 



" Rich. Trelawny sone & 
heyre obijt sine prole 



2 John Trelawny=j=Joane Da. & hey. of 
2 sone & hey. 1 Nic. Helligan 



mar. 
bur. 



bap. 



bur. 



13 Nov., 1014 
5 Mar.. 1616. 

10 Mar.. 1(;19. 

30 ApL, 1622. 

28 Sept., 1653. 
5 May, 1584. 

12 Mar., 1586. 

26 Mar., 1592. 

26 Feb., 1593. 
3 Jan., 1652./ 

M.-irch. 1624. 
March, 1628. 

1603. 

1617. 

1629. 



St. Kew 
Par. Eeg. 



(J.M.) 



{Note continued.) 

Honour, dau. of George Trehane of Treworget, bap. 26 Dec, 1583.^ 

Stepben, son of „ ., 8 Dec, 1588. 

George, „ ,. [bap.?] 24 Oct., 1591. 

Katherine, dau. of ,, Treworthen bap. 18 July, 1593. 

Penelope, ,, John Trehane 

Phillippa, „ „ 

Grace, „ „ 

Jane, ,, „ 

Nicholas Symons and Mary Trehane 

Stephen Trehane of Treworthen 

Honour, dau. of George Trehane 

George, son of George Trehane, 

Johanna Trehane 

Christopher Trehane 

Honour, dau. of Rich. Trehane, clerk, and 
Margaret 

Lawrence, son of Richard Trehane. 

Chi'istopher Trehane and Katherine Bennett 

Eichard Trehane. clerk, and Margaret Rowe 

Katherine, wife of Christopher Trehane 
1 Ped. fin. Comw. 7 Edw. III., No. 4. Stephen dc Trewint and Isabella his wife qu. William 
de Trelouney and Johanna que fuit uxor William de Walcsbrcw def. 

- Ped. fin. Cornw. 13 Hen. IV., No. 5. John Trelouney and Rich. Trelouny qu. John Hendra 
of Lyskyrd and Elizabeth his \vife and John Thomas and Johana his wife def. Lancrentyn 
settled on John Trelouny and Rich. T. and the heirs of Rich. 

[^Kote continued on next page. 



^ St. Tudy 
' Par. Reg. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 229 



S"" John Trelawny sone & heire K'=pBlanch Da. & Coh. of John Pownd 



^ John Tre-=pFlorence Da. & Coh. John Trelawny=f=Margaret da. of 



lawny sone 
& heyre 



of S'- Hugh Court- 
ney K* 



©f St. Germyns 
2 Sonne 



John Bickton of 
Bickton 



Roger 
3 



I I 

Walt' Tre-=j=Isabell Da. of Walter Trelawny=i=Agnes da. of Mary sole heire wife 



lawny ^ 
sone & 
heyre 



Towze of 
Toanton 



of Tudyford in 
Cornwall 



John Haw- 
kins of 
Tavestock 



to William Haw- 
kyns of Tavestock 



2 Jo. Trelawney^ sone & hey.=pMargeri Da. sole heyre Tho.Lamelyon 



John Trelawny8=pAnne Da. & Cohey. 
sone & heire I of W™ Reskimer 



S-- Jonathan Trelawny 3=j=Elizb. 2 Da. of S-* Hen. 
K* sone & heire I Killiffrewe K' 



John Trelawny of Trelawny=pElizb. Da. of S'' Reignold 
sone and heire liveing 1620 Mohun lO & Baronet 



Elizab. 1 Da. atat. 3 1620 Anne 2 Da. at. 2 Cordelia at. 1 yeare 



Robert Trelawny ^=p Agnes da. of Tho. John Trelawny of=f= Alice da. of 
of Tudiford | Spry of Quethiock Plimouth 2 sonne Tho. Kinge 

A I B I 

(^Note contimied.) 

Peel. fin. Cornw. 9 Hen. V., No. 6. John Trelawny, junior, qu. Thos. Ricard and Johan his 
wife def. Northyeldelond. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 12 Hen. VI., No. 5. Eliam Upton and Reginald Toker qu. John Trelawny 
Chivaler and Thomas Edwards and Margery his wife def. Manor of Trewynnek, etc., held by 
John Trelawny and his heirs, rem. to Thos. Courtney, Earl of Devon, and his heirs. 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 14 Hen. VI., No. 5. Rob. Arthorn and John Hameley qu. Rich. Trelauny 
and Johana his wife def. Penelwyn, etc., held by Richard and Johana, rem. to Margaret, wife 
of Thos. Edwards, rem. to Johana, wife of Roger Kelwa, rem. to Alex. Kenegy, rem. to right 
heirs of Johana Trelauny. 

Ped. fin. 18 Hen. VI., No. 9. Rich. Trelauny qu. John Hendre of Lypkyryd and Elizabeth 
his wife def. Mess., etc., in Lancreutyn. 

' Inq. p. m. Edw. Courtney, Earl of Devon, 3 and 4 Ph. and Mary, gives this descent to 
John Trelawney, one of the coheirs of Edw., Earl of Devon, and set. 52. 

- Ob. 29 Sept. 5 Eliz. Inq. p. m. 6 Eliz., No. 24. Recites his will, dat. 15 Feb. 6 Elizb., 
which names his wife Lore and his younger sons John and Reskymer T. John T., his eldest 
son and h., aged 30 and more. (Loi'a Trecarrel, 2nd wife, hy whom 2nd son John m. Beatrix 
Trevan'wn. — Ed.) 

^ Inq. p. m. 11 Eliz., No. 8. John Trelawney (s. and h. of John T., Esq., of Menhenniot, 
dec'd), ob. 24 Oct. 10 Elizb. recites his father's will (note 2). His own will dat. 13 Oct. 10 
Elizb., which names Lore his mother-in-law, Tho. T. al's Kellye, his bastard son, his dau. Aune, 
his brother John T. Robert T. of Tudeford. The child his wife " presently goeth with." John 
T,, his s. and h. apparent, aged 4. {The child unhorn was Sir Jonathan, above, — Ed.) 



230 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



Edward=Maiy da. of 
Tre- Tristram 

lawny Arscot of 
Sonne & Annery 
heir 



I ^ I 

Robert Trelawny=Eliza. da. of Francis Tre-=Ann da. of 



of Plimouth 2 
Sonne Judith da. 
of John Amadis 
of Plimouth Esq. 
2 wife 



Allexander 
Mayne of 
Exeter 1 
wife 



lawny of 
Plimouth 
livina' 1G20 



Jo. Fortes- 
cue of 
Buckland 
PhiUy 



John 3 Robert sonne & Edward Elizabeth 1 John sonne & Ann 
hek Eetat. 212 — heir ^etat. 7 

annoru' 1620 Margaret 2 annoru' 1620 



JOHN TRELAWNY. 



ROBERT TRELAWNY. 
FRAUNCIS TRELAWNY. 



Archdeac. Tran- 
scripts. 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 



* Edw.. son of Jonathan, L'd Bp. of Exeter, and ye Lady Eebaca 

his wife, bap. 9 July, 1699. 

Mary, da. of Sir Jonat. Trelawney, Bar., Lo. B'p of Exeter, and 

Rebecca his wife, bap. 1 Sept., 1700. 

Jonathan, sou of Sir Jonat. T., Bart., Lo. Bp. of Exeter, bap. 1702. 
John Fras. Buller, Esq., and Mrs. Kebecca Trelawney, 3rd da. 

of ye Hon. and Et. Rev. Sir Jona. Trelawney, Bart., Ld. 

Bp. of Winchester, mar. in the chapel at Trelawne 22 July, 1716. 
Kath., wife of John Trelawney, Esq., bur. at Pelynt 1677. 

Sir John Trelawney, Bart., ., „ 5 Mar., 1680. 

The Coronell(.5;f) John Trelawney, Esq., ,. „ 9 Oct., 1680. 

Sir Jona. Trelawney, Bart., Lo. Bp. of Winchester bur. 10 Aug.. 1721.^ 

Margery, da. of John Trelawny, gent., bap. at Pelint 19 Nov., 1620 
Francis Trelawnie, gent., and Mrs. Anne Fortescue mar. at 

Weare GifEord 24 Dec, 1612 

Francis Bassett of Illogan, Esq., and Anne, da. of Sir Jonathan 

Trelawney, dec, mar. at Pelint 31 Augt., 1620, 

The Worshipful Sam. Trelawny, Esq., bm-. at St. Tudy 1661, 

Mr. Edw. Trelawney, clerk, and Mrs. Elizab.Darrell mar. 11 Nov., 1692.| ^^^°^^^^^^ ^^^ 

Jonathan, son of John Trelawney, Esq., bap. 19 Dec. 1568. )_t7^„„,„„ -n t. 

John, son of Jonathan, „ „ 7 May, 1592. 1^°^^^ ^^^- ^^^ 

Edw., son of Jonathan Trelawney, Esq., ,, Aug., 1595. 

Jonathan, son of Jonathan Trelawny, Esq., of Coldrenick, bap. 1648. 
John, son of John Trelawney, Esq., and Ann Reskymer, gent., 

da. of Alex. R., mar. 11 Dec, 1562. I Menheniot Par. 

Sir Tho. Reynell, Knt., of E. Ogwell, Dcv., and the Lady Elizb. / Reg. 

Trelawney of this p'ish mar. 9 Feb., 1606. 

John Trelawny, Esq., bur. 17 Oct., 1563. 

Jonathan Trelawny, Esq., ., 1705. 

Rob. Trelawney and Anne Coga (or Crooke) mar. 5 Jan., 1623. j Mevagizzy Par. 

Edw. Trelawney of Lanteglos by Fowey. gen., and Ferdinanda Gorges 
of St. Budeaux. Mar. lie. 17 June, 1615. 

EUyn Trelawney bur. 1573. | °' ^(^. ^^ 

Samuel Trelawny, gent., and Mrs. Elizabeth Billing mar. 22 | St. Breward 
Jan., 1651. > Par. Reg. 

Tim, V, UA A 1 i,-'ji } St. Minver 

John Trelawny bur. 30 Apl., 1(>31. j par. Reg. 

[^jVotc continued on next page. 



(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



231 



John Trenance of Laetilion==Sist' & heyre of Tho. ^ Litleton of Lanhidrake 



Blanch ux' Tho. Heliar 
of Lestithiell 



.... ux"" Rawe 
2 to Conch 



Tho. Trenance of=Jone Da. of Nicho. 



Lanhidrak 



Kendall of Peline 



2 Constance ux' 
George Court- 
ney of Penkevill 



Willmot ux' 
Rich. Ger- 
veis of 



Litleton Trenance==Marg* Da. of Tho. 



of Bodmin in Com. 
Cornwall liveinge 
1620 



Roscarrock of 
Roscarrock 



2 Thomazin 
ux' John 
Coryn 



Bishop's Tran- 
scripts. 



(J.M.) 



(^Note conthmed.') 

Mr. Edward Trelawney instituted to Eectory of St. Tudy Oct.\ 

12, 1677. 
Jonathan, son of Edward Trelawney, bap. 1694. 

Elizab., dau. of Hon. Charles Trelawney, Esq., by Elizab., bap. 

30 Sep., 1700, and bur. 11 Dec., 1700. 
John Trelawny, sometyme Minister of this Parish, mar. 

.... Worthy vale at Lane vet 21 Oct., 1612. 

Kichard Lower and Elizabeth Trelawny mar. 7 Nov., 1666. \ St. Tudy Par. 
Captain Henry Davies and Madam Mary Trelawny, dau. 

of Sir Jonathan Trelawny, Bart., mar. 9 Nov., 1689. 

Joan, wife of John Trelawny, Minister of St. Tudy, bur. 1607. 
John Trelawny, Minister, bur. 13 Jan., 1615. 

The Worshipful Samuel Trelawny, Esq. „ 26 Apl., 1666. 
Mrs. Ann Trelawney „ 15 Oct., 1690. 

Elizabeth, wife of the Hon. Charles Trelawney, Esq., 

bur. 28 May, 1701. ^ 

Mar. lie. betw. John Cole of Sidbury, co. Dev., and Johanna Trelawny of Ply- 
mouth, gent., Aug. 28, 1610, 

„ „ betw. John Martyn of Plymouth and Margaret Trelawny of the same, 
Nov. 5, 1633. 

,, „ betw. John Billing of St. Tudye, gent., and Ann, daughter of Francis 
Trelawny of Plymouth, gent., Feb. 13, 1636. 

Eulalia, dau. of Edward Trelawny, Esq., bap. at Pelynt 21 ^ 

Jan., 1616. 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Trelawny, Esq., bap. at Pelynt 2 Feb., 

1616. 
Mary,dau.of John Trelawny, Esq., and Elizab., bap. at Pelynt 21 

Jan., 1620. 
Dorothy, dau. of Su' John Trelawny, Knt. and Bart., and Dame 

Elizabeth, (bap. ?) at Pelynt 1638. 
John, son of John Trelawney, bur. at Tywardreath 6 Nov., 1614. 
Sir John Trelawny, Knt. and Baronet, bur. at Pelynt 26 Feb., I / 

1664. / ^ 

1 Tho. Littleton, Lanhydi'ock, will 1577, prob. Exon. Lands in Lanhydrock, St. Issey. 
St. Winnow, St. Vepe, Fowey, Tywardreath, St. Tua, St. Austel, St. Blazey, Lanivet, Lostwithiel, 
Cardinham, Luxylian, Ermington, Modbury, Stokenham, Withicomb, Colridge, Cornwithie, 
Hernefred, Harberford, Totnes, etc. 



Mar. 25 Jan., 1576. 

Thomazin Trenance bap. 1 Oct., 1569. 

John Corin and Thomazin Trenance mar. 1590. 



Lanhydrock 
Par. Reg. 



](J.M.) 



232 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Mary 1 Da. 
atat. 24 



Jane 
2 Da. 



Tho. sone & hey. 
at. 22 1620 



Fran. 
3 Da. 



Katherin 
4 Da. 



^ Cheston 
5 Da. 



LITLETON TRENANCE. 



1 Ckristian, da. of Littleton Trenance, Esq., bap. 26 Jan., 1603. Lanhydrock Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

* Will of Vivian Trenance, 19 Jan., 1506. proved at Lamehith (Lambeth) last day of Feb., 
1507. Names his wife Pascacia, sons John, Reginald, Richard. Randulph, John, "William, and 
Thomas, and dau'r Lucy. Wife and da. ex'ors. To be bur. in St. Austell Church. Leaves 6s. 8d. 
to church of the Convent and Priory of Bodmin for prayers for his soul. 

ThomasTrenanceandAnnHawkynmar.atLanivet21Julv, 16-11. ) Bp. of Exeter's^ 
William Trenance bur. at tit. Ewe 16 Feb., 1613. j Transcripts. 



Ann, dau. of John Trenance 


bap. 


24 Feb. 


1565. 




Richard Trenance and Joanna Longge 


mar. 


24 Jan. 


1568. t St. Austell Par 


Richard Trenance and Nichola Rawe 


jj 


19 June 


1581. ( Reg. 


Thomas Hellier and Blanche Trenance 


, 


3 June, 


1619.) 


Mr. John Tredinnick and Petronel Trenance „ 


20 Dec, 


..^, ") St. Breoke Par 
1°"-] Reg. 


Thomas Trenance of Withiel and Catherine Cock 


mar 


,„-(. \ St. Columb 
^•"^^•j" Major Par. Reg 


Loveday Trenance 


bap. 


3 June 


1561. 


' Lanhydrock 
rPar. Reg. 


Thomas Trenance 


bur. 


19 Jan. 


1685. 


i Lanivet Par. 
\ Reg. 


Elizabeth, dau. of John Trenance 


born 


16 July 


1657. 


Honour, „ ,, 


,, 


24 Feb. 


1659. 




Margaret, dau. of Thomas Trenance, 


bap. 


1 May 


1570. 




Richard, son of ,, 




28 Jan. 


1571. 




John, „ „ 




29 Feb. 


1573. 




Elizab., dau. of „ 




4 Feb. 


1575. 




Ralph, son of „ 




5 Mar., 


1577. 




Katherine, dau. of „ 




13 Feb. 


1580. 




Bawdon, son of ,, 




23 Oct., 


1584. 




Thomas, 




15 Oct. 


1586. 




Blanche, dau. of ., 




10 Mar. 


1586. 




Agnes, dau. of Richard Trenance 




2 July. 


1600. 




Richard, son of „ 




30 Nov., 


1615. 




John, son of Thomas Trenance, jun., 




19 Feb., 


1615. 




Thomas, „ „ 




1 ApL, 


1617. 




Elizabeth, dau. of ,, 




13 Feb. 


1619. 




Thomazin, dau. of Philip Trenance 




20 Jan. 


1620. 




Edward, son of Thomas Trenance 




6 Julv 


1623. 


Withiel Par. 
Reg. 


John, „ Philip Trenance 




8 Jan., 


1627. 


Joanna, dau. of John Trenance 




28 Sep., 


1662. 


William Drake and Joanna Trenance 


mar. 


14 Nov.. 


1573. 




Thomas Bradley and Thomasine Trenance „ 


20 Jan., 


1600. 




Philip Trenance and Elizab. Beioford 


,, 


24 Apl., 


1620. 




Wm. Randolph and Jane, dau. of John 










Ti'cnance 




10 June, 


1682. 




Joaue Drake 


bur. 




1573. 




Phillippa Trenance 




1 May, 


1576. 




Thomas Trenance 




20 July, 


1593. 




Melliora, wife of Thomas Trenance, gent., 




15 Dec, 


1608. 




Blanche Trednance 




21 July, 


1611. 




John, son of Thomas Trenance, jun., 




26 Feb., 


1615. 




Tliomas Trenance 




4 Jan., 


1623. 




Philip „ 




4 Dec. 


1633. 




Warren „ 




29 Dec. 


1650. 




Richard „ 




25 Feb., 


1652. 




Katherine „ 




21 Sept., 


1661. 


Dorothy, dau. of John Trenance, 




17 Aug., 


1663./' 


ittleton is named on the appraismt with the will of Eli/.ab. Drak 


e. Note 1, p. 80 



(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 233 



CunertI)* 



Gerans Trenerth of Trenerth==Mai7 Dau. of Edw. Kestell 
in Com. Cornw. | in Com. Cornw. 



John Trenerth of Trenerth==Mary Da. of Jo. Tresuggan 



^ Gawen Trenerth of Constentin=Amy Da. of Micha. CoUerian 
in Com. Cornw. of Cornwall 



James Trenerth of Constentin=Mary Da. of John Tooker 
in Cornw. living 1620 of Cardinha' 



Anne a dau. at. half yeare 1620 

JAMES TRENERTH. 



Alexander Trengove of Nance=. ... da. of Gilly in 
in Com. Cornwall Com. Cornw. 



Henry Trengove 2 Sonne of=Cheston da. of Hen. Nanspyan of 



Nance in Com. Cornwall 



Powlsack in Com. Cornwall 



2 John Trengove of Nance==Margery da. of S'' John Arundell 
in Com. Cornwall I of Trerise knight 



2 Dorothy ux. Hen. 
Colthurst of Treley 
in Com. Cornwall 



Henry Trengove3=pMargery da. of ^ Catherine ux. 

James Basset of John Lawharne 

Tehidy in Com. of Tregovethan 
Cornwall 



of Nance in Com 
Corn. £et. 64 live- 
ing 1620 

A 



1 Gerance, son of Gawen Trenearth, gent., bap. at 



Constantine 
* James Trenerth, gent., bur. 

Marye, dau. of Mr. John Trenarth, bur. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Trenarth ;. 

James Trenarth, gent., „ 

Gerrance „ „ „ 



Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 



12 Mar., 1599. ' 
28 Mar., ICOl. 
21 Aug., 1564. \ 

^\fmY.:\tlt Constantine Par. Reg. (J. M.) 

16 Aug.,' 1688. / 

2 Named in will of John Arundell of Trerice, Esq., dated 14 Sept. 22 Eliz., P. P. C. 26 Nov., 
1580, together with Eichard Nannce, son of John N. and Margery Arundell. 

3 Esch. Eliz., Jas., and Chas., Pt. 14, No. 32. Henry Nance, gent., ob. 13 May 1 Chas. 
John Nance, his son and heir. set. 11 years 10 months and ten days at his father's death. 

2 H 



234 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 
Aj 



I 
John Trengove fil. 
et hferes fet. 6 



Arthurs 2 fil. 
set. 3 



Jane 1 da. 

fet. 8 



Margaret 2 daughter 
£et. 3 menses 



HENRYE TRENGOVE al's NANSE. 



Crtsaft^r. 



Arms. — B. a chev. letween 3 Talhots conchant {alili currentes) sinister regardant 
Arg., quartering Petit Arg. a Hon ramp. Gu. with a crescent Sa.for differ- 
ence. (Harl. 1091, fo. 101.) 
(In the Coll. of Arms the Petit Lion is Armed and langued Or.) 

Crest. — A Bemi-Talhot regard. 

Tho. Govilyi of Govily in Com. Corn\vall=p 



Isabell mar. to Raph Restorake= 



Anne mar. to Govily=f= 



Margt had isue John Petit=p Oliver had issue Thomazin whoe died w'hout isue 

I 

I 
John Petit Ar.=j= 

A| 

* Richard, son of Mr. John Nance, bap. at St. Keveme 9 Sep., 1610. "^ Bp.of Exeter's 



Henry Nance, Esq., bur. at Illogan 

Henry, son of John Nance, Esq., by Dorothy, bap. 
John, ., ., ,. ,, 

John. ,. ,, „ ,, 

William, „ 

Dorothy, dau. of 
John, son of 
Luce, dau. of 



16 May, 1625. ) Transcripts. 

17 Feb., 1681. ^ 
21 Oct., 1684. 
21 Oct., 1686. 

( „ 17 Aug., 1687. Warleggan 
[bur. 11 Dec, ., Par. Keo 
bap. 8 Jan., 1690. 
24 Jan., 1694. 
16 Nov., 1697. 



(J.M.) 



Mar. lie. betw. John Beaufort, clerk, and Ann, dau. of Henry Nance. 27 Jan., 1664. 

1686, Sep. 17. Prob. of will of Mary Trengoffe, widow. Archd. Cornw. ' 

Mr. John Nans admitted to the church of St. Meriodoc, Camborne, on the free resignation 
of Alexander Penhyll, 5 June, 1501. (Bishop Eedmayne's Reg., page 21. At page 22 is the 
permission of exchange between Mr. John Nans, Vicar of St. Thomas Collegiate Ch. of Glasney, 
and Mr. Alexander I'enhall, of the parish of St. Meriodoc of Camborne.) 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 1 and 2 Phil, and Mary, Pasch. John Courtney, gent., qu. Egidius 
Greynfeld. gent., and Margery his wife, one of the dau'rs and heirs of Richard Trengove al's 
Nans, dcf. Lands in Trengove. Pellawyne, St. Logan. TrethaiTope, Trespresyne, St. John's 
Parke, Helston, Sythney, St. Buryan, Trembrotheke, Trebuskan, and St. Paulc. 

Indenture made 15 Oct., 1677, betw. John Trengove al's Nance, of Trengove^ 
al's Trengoffe, co. Cornw.. Esq.. of the one part, and William Chester, of East Deed in 
Haddon, co. Northampton, and Dorothy his wife and others named. Recites a \ Collection of 
marriage between the said John Trengove and Dorothy his wife, daughter of the /Sir John 
said AVilliam Chester and Dorothy his wife, and settles Trengoffe and other lands. Maclean. 
Seal of John Nance. ) 

' The Ghivaile of Doomsday, Tregoney, Cornw. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 235 



John had issue 4 Daughters ^ Michall Petit=j= 



^ Tho. Petit=p John died w'houfc issue 



5 Alice mar'ied to James Tresahar=F Michaell died w"^out issue 



' Michall Tresahar of Budock=j=* Da. of Nanspian 



' Married Thomazin, da. of Tho. Leigh of Holsworthy ; she afterwards married Peter Bevil, 
and in her will (P. P. C. Holder 36) bequeaths to " Elizb. Petytt a girdell with a golden corse of 
gold lyned with rede, a pair of beds of ambyr doble gawded with silver, a kirtell of tawny 
cloth." " Item, I beq. to Tho. Petyt, a gilt goblet, my best nutte and his cover, and the cover of 
the cup that was stole, and £20 in money on condicion that he clayme no more goods of his 
fadere nor of myn, etc. Item, I beq. to the dau. of Tho. Petyt a dymysent with a golde corsse." 
To Jane, dau. of Thos. P., and his other daus. now at home. " To John Pentyre's children begotten 
of my dau. Isabell." To Will. Gerves' children begotten of Emlyn. " My son Peers Bevill " and 
John Walsh, Exors., and " my son Tho. Petytt," Supervisor. Prob. 10 Nov., 1517. 

Peter Bevill's will (P. P. 0. Holder 13). " Item to Thomas Petytt my russet gowne furrd' with 
foxe ; to Wm. Gervys my best gowne lyned with sasnet." Names Sir John TrefEry, Willm. Tre- 
vanion, John Aruudell of Talverne, Marie Arundell, Matilda GrenefEelde, John Bevil, his son's 
wife Thomazine, Michael Petytt, John Petyt, John and Rob. Fitz. 

2 Tho. Petit married Elizabeth, da. of John Godolphin, and had a son Thomas Petit, who 
married Jane, sole da. and heiress of Rob. Poyle, and their sole da. and heiress Alice married 
James Ti-esahar, as in the ped. above. One generation has been omitted. See ' Hist, of Trigg.' 

3 Chanc. Pro. Miscell., vol. ii. fo. 195. Temp. Elizb. To Rt. Hon. Sir Nich. Bacon, Kt., Lo. 
Keeper, etc. Orator Michell Tresagher of Trevithan, co. Cornw., gentleman ; whereas James 
Tresagher, father to Orator, was seised in his demesne as of Fee of one-third of Manor of Trelowith, 
one-third of Govylie, Feutongorge, Soren, Carveynack Pettit ; the same descended to your Orator 
within age as son and heir of s"* James. Alyse, wife of s'' James Tresaher, and mother of Orator, 
remarried one Edw. Cowche, who by reason of s"" marriage obtained custody of the evidences and 
writings which Cowche on his death bed directed should be delivered up to Orator. Plea for 
restoration by Exors. 

■* Agnes, da. of Nanspian. Heralds' Coll. 

* Ped. fin. 25 Elizab., Easter, Cornw. Wm. Peres al's Pryske qu. Michael Tresagher al's 
Tresaugher, generos., and Anna, ux., def. Lands in Vounder Trewoone and Church Town, p'ish 
of Mullyan. 

Ped. fin. 30 Elizab., Hil., Cornw. Rich. Rawlyn qn. Michael Tresagher, gen., and Anne, ux., 
def. 154 acres in Tregewe and Myler. 

Ped. fin. 8 James, Mic, Cornw. Ralf Edwards, qu. Michael Tresahar, gen., and Tho. Tresa- 
har, gen., def. 'S'^ part of Tregandallen and Mewan. 

Ped. fin. 10 James, Hil., Cornw. Ant. Pye, gen., Hugh Trevanion, gen., qu. Tho. Tresahar, 
gen., and Anna, vid., def. Govyly Vean, Fentongock Tresoren, Kebye, Manor of Trelowith, and 
other lands in St. Ewe and St. Mewan. See under Pye, ante. 

Ped. fin. 11 James, East., Cornw. Ralf Challous, gen., and Tho. Robyns, qu. Tho. Tresahar, 
gen., def. Ten't in Tregue and Mylor. 

Ped. fin. 13 James, Mic, Cornw. Wm. Praed, gen. qu. ITio. Tresahar, ar., and Geo. Williams, 
gen., def. Lands in St. Ives, Una juxta Lelant, and Illogan. 

Ped. fin. 16 James, Mic, Cornw. Jno. Trefusis, ar., qu. Tho. Tresahar, gen., and Anne, ux., 
def. Lands in Tregewe and Mylor. 

Ped. fin. 1655, Hil., Cornw. Wm. Oram and Xfer Ginn qu. Michael Tresahar, gent., and 
Elizab., ux. Lands in Smithick (Falmouth) al's Pennycomquick, Budock. 

Ped. fin. 1656, East., Cornw. Peter Killegrew, Knt., qu. Tho. Hickes and Michael Tresahar, 
gen., and Elizb., ux., def. Lands in Trevethan, Trevethan Wartha, Trevethan Wollas, Carga- 
mowe, The ClifEe Close, Smithick, and Budock. 

Ped. fin. 13 Chas. II., Triu., Cornw. Hugh Boscawen, ar., qu. Michael Tresahar, genero., and 
Elizb., ux., def. Eastclose, Longclose, etc., and lands in Goviley Vean and Fentongoth. 

Ped. fin. 34 Chas. II., East., Comw. Jno. Williams, gen., qu. Ezechiel Tresahar and Elizab., 
iix. 36 mess., 1 shop, 2 cellars, and 2 tortis, 30 gardens, 1 wharf, and 2 ac land in town and 
parish of Falmouth. 



236 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

Bl 



Tho. Tresahar of Trevethen in=j=Anne^ Da. of Hump. 
Com. Corn, liveing 1620 I Yorke of Fillick 



Michall sone & hey. set. halfe yeare Julian 1 



Barbara 2 Anne 3 
THO. TRESAHER. 



' See Yorke ped.,^jo.?^. 

* Eot. Claus. 25 Chas. II., 4383, 5th part. An Indentirre, 4 Dec, 25 Chas. II.. between Ezechiel 
Tresahar, bro. and heir to Michael Ti-esahar, late of Goviley, dec., co. Cornw., gent., first part, 
and Hugh Boscaweu of Tregothnan, in s"* co., Esq., of the otlier pai't. Ezechiel sold Boscawen, 
the Mansion, Barton, and demesne lands of Goviley or Goviley Vean, and Fentanguck al's 
Fentongock, etc., in p'ish of Cuby. then in tenui-e of Elizabeth Tresahar, widow, mother of 
Ezechiel, and relict of Michael Tresahar, father of s"* Ezchiel, subject to certain reservations 
under the will of said Michael Tresahar. 

Will of Michael Tresahar of Govyly, P. P. C. Bruce 106, A.D. 1664. To wife Elizb. £20 per 
ann. out of Barton of Govyly, and furniture of Green Chamber. Barton of Govylye to son Michael, 
he paying his mother the aforesaid annuity, and a debt to Hugh Boscawen. To three sons, 
Ezechiel, Gabriel, and Samuel, certain lands each. To daughters Carthrett, Elizab., Mary, 
Hannah, certain leases for term of 300 years. 

Will of Richard Tresahar, prob. 1563, Exeter (Old Totnes collated). To wife Ann (? nee 
Killegrew), sole executi'ix, Trevethan for life. To dau. Jane, lands in tovm of Tregoney, and 
lands in BIylor ; rem. to rt. heirs of testator. To Elizb., Jane, and Chesten, daughters of his son 
James, legacies. Witnesses, John and Alexander Killegi'ew and John Denys, Vicar. 

Will of John Tresahar of Constantine, yeom., P. P. C. Juxon, 86, A.D. 1663. To Bridget 
Pendarves, da. of Wm. P. of Koscrow, Esq., and o'rs. To his godson, son of Michael Tresahar 
of Smithicke, etc. 

Will of Henry Tresahar, 1706, of H.M.S. Pembroke. Estate to sister Mary. Commission 
to Ezechiel Tresahar the father. Bodmin, and P. P. C. 



Henry, the son of Ezekiel Tresahar, gent., and 

Elizabeth his wife, 
Maiy, the dafter of Ezechiel Tresahar, 
Richard, son of Michael and Maiy Tresahar, 
James, ,, ,, „ 

Richard, „ James and Elizab. Tresahar, 
Mary, da. of „ 

Richard, son of Michael and Mary Tresahar, 
Mary, wife of Michael Tresahar, 
Ezechiel Tresahar, 
Michael 



bap. 13 June, 1683. 

26 July. 1690. 
1 April. 1712. 

13 May, 1714. 

29 Dec, 1740. 

27 Dec, 1742. 
1714. 

26 May, 1724. 
17 April, 1734. 

30 Oct., 1744. J 



bm-. 



Cuby and 
Tregoney 
St. James' 
Par. Reg. 



Michael Tresahar & Mary Avent of Tregoney, mar. Ascension Day, 1701. 1 



James Tresaher of Tregoney and Elizab. Chappel of 

this parish, mar. 

Henry Holman and JIary Treshair, 



8 Dec, 



Lamorran 
Par. Reg. 
"^ Euan Lanihome 
1739.) Par. Reg. 



James, son of Mr. John Tresahar, 
Michell, „ „ 



„_ . T_„„ ) Stoke Damarel 

2i Aug., 1-63. ( Par. Reg. 



bap. 20 Oct.. 
.. 16 Dec, 

Michael, son of Mr. James and Mrs. Margery Tresahar, bap. 30 July, 1655. 
Tho. Tresahar, gent., and Mrs. Matilda Prout, wid., mar. 1 May, 1665. 



!^J^-] Gluvias Par. Reg. 
1614. 3 



Mrs. Anne Tresahar, wid. 
James Tresahar, gent,, 
Margery, wife of James Tresahar, gent., 
Mr. James Tresahar, 

Ruth, wife of Mr. Jas. Tresahar of Falmo., 
James, son of Tho. and Matilda Tresahar, 
John, „ James and Ruth ,, 

James, ,, ,, ,, 

Thos., „ „ „ of Pendennis, , 

Sampson „ ,, „ ] 

Michael, son of James and Ruth Tresahar of Pendennis 
Castle, 



bur. 17 Nov 
., 15 Dec. 
„ 25 Feb., 
., 4 Feb.. 
„ 22 Jan., 

bap. 20 Jan., 

., 2 July, 

„ 13 Apr., 

„ 11 Apr., 

7 Mar., 



16.58. 
1667. 
1669. 
1695. 
1697. 
1665.^ 
1679. 
1672. 
1674. 
1675. 



Budock Par. Reg. 



Falmouth 
Par.Reg. 



17 July. 1678. 

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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



237 



CatS^top. 



Omnibus Christi fidelibus ad quos p''sent's I're p'venerint ego Henr' de Trethewy 
filius et hseres Hudone que fuit ux' Joliis de Trethewy Salfc'm in D'no sempiter.' 
Noveritis me relaxasse et penitus quietu' clamasse p' me et heredibj meis et assign' 
Willo de Tregodek her. suis et assig' &c. In cuius rei testimoniu' huic present' 
script' sigillu' meu' apposui. Hijs testibus Joh'e de Trenoda, Joh'e de Polgoner, 
Petro de Westmarch, Robt' de Carnedon, et aliis multie. Sans Dat'. 

Seal. — A chevron engr. hetw. three goats statant. 

Omnibus Xpi fidelib^ ad quos p^'stus Scriptu' p'venerit ego Thomas Trethewy 
Armig' salt' in domino semp' noveritis me p^'fatu' Thoma' Eemisisse relaxasse et 
omnino p' me et heredibus meis imperpetuu' clamasse Johe Lynam &c. In cuius 
rei testimoniu' Sigillu' meu' apposui hijs testibus Robt, Geffi-ay maiore villas pre- 
dict. Johe Comitreff, TVillo Bernard, Johe Haill, Johe Harvy et alijs. Dat' die 
lune in crastino S'ti Georgij martiris Anno regni regis E. IV. post conquest' 25. 

Tho. Trethewy Armiger 15 E. IV. 

James Trethewy of St. Stephens in=j= 
Branwell in Com. Devon {sic) \ 



2. John 3. Thomas 
4. Stephen 



Rich. Trethewy de St. Ste- 
phens in Com. Cornwall 
fil. primogenit. 



=Jone Da. of Willm. Haw- 
kins of St. Wenne in 
Com. Cornwall 



Hugh Trethewy Robt. Trethewy de=pAnne Da. of Tho. Surges 

fil. primogenitus St. Stephens in of Truro in Com. Corn- 

=F Com. Cornwall wall 



Anthonie 
3 fil. 



bap. 28 Sept., 1678. 1 j,^^^^^^^^ 
bur. ' 1685.) ^'^^■•^eg- 



(^Nvte continued. ) 

Thos., son of John and Ursula Tresahar 

Henry, ,, ,, ,, 

Ursula, wife of Mr. John Tresahar, 

John Tresahare the elder, bur. at Constantine 14 Aug., 1598. ) „ j^ t^ i. > 

John „ „ „ 17Mar., 1601.1 ^P;^*^^.^*,*'^^ 

Barbara, da. of Tho. Tresahar, gent., bap. at Budock 8 Sept., 1625. ) -iTanscnpts. 

... el, the son of Ezekiel Tresaheare and El . . . (Elizabeth) 

his wife, bap. at Cuby, (^Partly torn and illegible) 26 Mar., 1678. 
Mr. Tho. Tresahar & Mrs. Margt. Phillips, mar. at Camborne 7 June, 1730. 

bur. „ 25 Oct., 1730. 

Tho. Tresahar of Camborne and Mrs. Ann Treminheere of 

Penzance, mar. at Madron, 22 Sept., 1730. 

Mary, da. of Gabriel Tresahar, bur. at St. Minver, 1698. 

Ann, da. of Ezekiel Tresaier, gent., and Elizb. his wife, 

bap. at Tregoney, 28 Mar., 1687. 

Margery, wife of Gabriel Tresahar, gent., bur. in the 

Church of Minster, 3 July, 1694 



Archdeacon's 
Transcripts. 



J 



Minster 
Par. Reg. 



Tho. Tresahar of Falmo., gent., and Elizab. Phillips, mar. 17 Oct., 1689. ] p^^^gg^^ 

St. Issey Par. Reg. 



(J. M.) 



Elizb., da. of Gabriel Tresare, 
John, son of Thomas Tresare, gent., 
Mr. John Tozzare, bur. in the Church, 

Mistris Tresare, ,, ,, 

,, Anne Tresare, ,, ,, 



bap. 2 Feb., 1686. 

bap. 16 Oct., 1716. 

18 Aug., 1712. 

17 Feb., 1718. 

8 May, 1719. 



Camborne 
Par. Reg. 



(The Camborne branch probably descended from James Tresahar of Gurlyn. See n. p. 155.) 
For continuation and extinction of male line of Tresahar, see Sir John Maclean's ' Hist, of 
Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 317-319. See also Petit ^qA., jJost, and Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 81. 



238 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



B 



I I 

Huo-h 



John 



I I I I 

2. Margerie 

3. Judith 

4. Honor 

5. Jone 



Elizab. mar. 
to Anthonie 
Pie of St. 
Stephens 



John Tre- 
thewy fil. 
primo- 
genit set. 
26 



Thomas Trethewy 
2 fil. set. 24 wt M"^ 
Francis "West sil- 
man in Cheepside 



Barnard 

Richard 

gemelli 

etat. 20 

sup'stes 

1620 



Entered, not signed. 



Henry Treunw'h de Treunwith=j=Elino'' Da. of The. Rosmadres 
in Cornw. I of St. Borian 



Peter Treunw'h fil. et her.=FElizab. fil. et her. Johis Vincent 



Otes 2 filius 



Willm Treunw%==Jane Da. & her. Ri. Predeney de St. Borian Henry 2 fil. 



Thomas fil. 
et her. 



= Margerie of 
James Erisey 



Mathew Treunwith of Treun- 
with in Com. Cornwall 



=Elizab. da. & hey. of 
James Cask ayes 



* Inq. p. m. 6 Edw. II., No. 20. William Trethewy fil, et her. Agnetiss de Nans. Nans. 
mess, and land in Moresk. 

Fed. fin. Comw. 3 Rich. II., No. 5. Philip Trethewy qu. Hugh Brendewoode and Alice his 
wife def. In Treledyk, Trehenford, and Bodmin. 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 19 Rich. II., No. 3. John Trethewy qu. Walter Canford and Johana his 
wife def. In Trethe'wy. 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 14 Hen. IV., No. 2. Rob. Bray and Johana his wife qu. John Trethewy and 
Cecilia his wife def. East Ashton, etc., settled on John and Cecilia, rem. to William Trethe\vy 
their son and his wife Cecilia. 

Rich., son of Rich. Tretheuye. bap. 11 Feb., 1582. 1 o^ -n- t> t> 

John „ „ Trethewe,- ., 12 June, 1585. P*- ^^^^ P'^'^- ^^S- 

Anne, dau. of Thomas Trethewy, gent., and Margery, bap. 3 Feb., 1632. Constan-'\ 

tine Far. Reg. 
John Trethewie, clerk, and Alse Marke, widow, mar. 15 May, 1623. Lanteglos 

by Camelford Par. Reg. 
Licence to serve the cure of Lanteglos by Camelford granted to John Trethewy, 

clerk, 1634. (Act Book, Exeter.) 
Robert Trethewy of St. Stephen's in Brannel and Loveday Avery of Truro. Mar. 
lie. 1681. 
Ind're made 6 Jan. 1 Charles, betw. John Trethewy of St. Stephen's in Brannel, 
gent., of the one part, and Anthony Tanner of the same parish, gent., of the other part. 
Conveyance to the said Anthony Tanner and his heirs of two tenements called Trevenge ) (J. M.) 
in the said parish, which Richard Chiverton, by deed dated 1 Oct., 38 Elizab., granted 
to Robert Trethewy. gent., dec'd, father of the said John, and also certain lands in the 
same parish which William Carlighanof lUogan, by deed dated 18 Oct, 34 Eliz., granted 
to the aforesaid Robert Trethe\vy. 

Seal. — A chev. engr. betw. three goats. 

Ind're dated 2 March, 1680, betw, Anthony Trethewy, of St. Giles in the Fields, 

Mkldx., of the one part, and Sir John Baker, of St. Paul, Covent Garden, Knt., and 

William Baker, 2nd son of the said Sir John Baker, of the other part. Mortgage of 

lands in St. Stephen in Brannel for £1000. . 

(Penes Mr, "Vesper Thomas of Wimborne, co. Dorset.) / 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 239 



1 Willm 3 son Tho. Treunwith of=2 Elizab. Da. & one of y*^ heyres 



mar. y^ Da. of Treunwith in Com. 
Cornwall 



of Willm Myllyton of Pengersick 
in Com. Cornwall 



Rich. Treunwith of St. Earth— Ann Da. of John Merrit of Pro- Mary uxor Skott 
in Com. Cornwall I bus in Com. Cornwall of Kent 



Ann uxor Humphry Burgis of St. Earth 

RICHAR. TRENWITH. 



S*" Jo. Trevanion K'=Jone Da. & hey. of Stephen de Belloprato 



Rob. Trevanion mar. the Da.=j= S'' Jo. Trevanion K*=Jone Da. of Rich. 
& hey. of Le Archdecon | ob. sine prole Le Sergiaux K*^ 



Rob. Trevanion=FJone Da. of Otho Arondell of Trembleth 



Rob. Trevanion=f=Da. & heire of Carmynowe 



Rob. Trevanion=pDa. & hey. of Raph. Arondell of Caryhayes 



Tho. Trevanion==Maude Da. & Cohey. of Jo. Petit Esq. 



Jo. Trevanion temp. E. IV. 2 2=== Jennet Da. of Tho. Trefrie of Foye Esq. 



John 2 sone from whome is descended S'' W'" Trevanion=Anne Da. of S'' Ric. 

Trevanion of Trevalster K* 1 sone Edgcomb K' 

A I 

' Named, together with his son Thomas, in will of Jno. Bosustow of St. Leven (who mar. 
his sister Anne), dat. 8 July, 1604. P. P. C. 19 June, 1605. 

2 She afterwards mar Arundell, and lastly Thos. Hearl of Prideaux. See ped. of 

Hearle, ante. 

* Ezechiel Trenwith, gent., and Elizabeth Lanyon mar. 1614. St. Ives Par. Peg. 

William Trenewith, gent., and Mary Pellamouuter mar. 10 Nov., 1634, at Zennor. Bp. of 
Exeter's Transcripts. (J. M.) 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 1.5 Rich. II., No. 3. Henry Treunwyth qu. Hugh Canas and Emma his -svife 
def. Carbons and Carnyny. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 34 HeD, VI., No. 3. Otonem Treunwyth qu. John Velour, def. Porthyala- 
nanta, Carnesuwe, and Helston, 

For more of Trenwith see Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 35. 



240 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

^1 

Jane ux"" Reimold Mohun S"" Huoh Trevanion'Kt=T=Elizb. Da. of S'' Lewis Pollard K* 



John 2 oh. Rich. 3=pMargaret da. & coheir of Tho. Hugh Tre-=f=Sibell Da. of 



sine p'le 



Chamont sonne & heir of 
S"" Jo. Chamont 



Morgan of 
Lockstowe 



Elizab. Hugh 1 Willm 4 Agnes wife Sibell wife Anne ux' Beatrix 

ux' — — to John to Hugh Jo. Killi- ux' John 

Mallet Richard 2 Edward 5 Madern Tredin- owe of Tre- 

=j= — ham Lansallos lawny 

John 3 Esf. Esq. 



Tho. Malet of The Midle Temple Esq. 



Elizb. ux' S"^ 
Rob. Cary 
after made 
Erie of 
Munmouth 



Kath. ux'^ 


Marg* ux'' 


Edward 1 sonne 


Charles= 


Jo. Ross- 


S-- John 


— 


Trevan- 


carock of 


Trevars K' 


John 2 sone 


ion of 


Roscarrock 




— 


Oarry- 


Esq. 




Hugh 3 sonne 


hayes 



: Jone Da. & 
hey. of 
Wichhalse 



Kath"" 1 Da. Charles Trevanion=Amye 1 Da. of S'' Jo. 
of Carryhayes Mallet of Enmor 



Mary a da. John Trevanion sone & heir atat. 7 1620 



Not signed. 



S'' Hugh Trevanion of KerehayeB=j=Elizab. Da of S"" Lewis Pollard 



John 



^ S'' Hughe Trevanion 
1 sonne 



Rich. Trevanion of=Marg' Da. of Chamond 



Tolverne in Com. 
Cornwall 



A 



& widowe of Arondell 



* The additions in italic arc in a different baud. 

' Hugh Trevanion of St. Michael, Caerhais. Will prob. Exeter, 1571. Names brother 
Richard T., cousin Will. Mohun, Esq.. and trusty friend John Davy of Eestrewg trustees for his 
manors of Tolgarrock, Trebarthes, Penhale, Horwell, Grogoth ; daughters Beatrice, Katherine, 
Elizabeth ; his wife Sibill, and his youngest son Charles Trevanion. (For these see Harl. MS, 
1079, fo. 158.) 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 7 and 8 Eliz., Mich. Hugh Trevanyon, Esq., Will. Loveday, gent., qu. Rich. 
Trevanyon and Margaret his wife def. Glewyas al's Kenwyn. Keveran, and Lansallas settled on 
Rich. Trevanyon and Margaret his wife for life. rem. to Alice Arundell, da. of said Margaret, and 
her heirs, rem. to Rich. Trevanyon. second son of Rich, and Margaret, and his heirs, rem. to 
Thomas Arundell, son of said Margaret, and his heirs, rem. to right heirs of Margaret. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



241 



Hugh Trevanion of-pAnne Da. & hey. of Rich. Trevanion of=Mary Da. of Roll 

Trelugan in Com. 

Cornw. 



The. Mayo we al's 
Hellier of Lost- 
withell 



Hugh TreTanion=Suzan Da. of 
of Trehigan llobfc. Ape- 

iiveing 1620 ley of Bor- 

stable 

HU. TREVANION. 



St. Goran in Com. 
Cornwall liveinge 
1620 



Blanch, ux'' Jo. 
Clyes of Pen- 
sanz Gent, 



of Heamton in 
Devon 



Nathaniell Tre- 
vanion sone & 
hey. at. 20 
1620 



^ Mary ux'' 
Richard Cros- 
man of Crosse 



NATH. TREVANYON. 



Archdeacon's 
Transcripts. 



• Rich. Crosman, gent., and Mary Trevanyan, da. of Eich. Trevannion, Esq., mar. at Gorran 
28 Jan., 1617. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

* Nathaniel, son of Chas. Trevanion, gent., and Patience, bap. at 

Lanteglos by Fowey 2 Feb., 1713. 

Mr. John Kemp and Mrs. Grace Trevanion mar. at Veryan 1699. 

Sir Nich. Trevanion, Knt., and the Hon. Lady Coryton mar. at 

St. Stephen's by Ash 29 Mar., 1706. 

Charles Trevanion and Mary Dodson of Pelint mar. at Lanteglos 

by Fov7ey 1716. 

Mr. Tho. Tresahar and Mrs. Ann Trevanion mar. at Veryan 16 July, 1717. 
Grace Trevanion bur. at Cuby 1700. 

Eleanor, wife of Chas. Trevanion, bur. at Euan Lanihorne 10 Mar., 1702. 
Cath. Trevanion „ „ 1734. y 

Eich. Trevanyon. gent., and Katherine Nottell mar. at Euan Lani- \ 

home 3 July, 1610. 

Fra. Godolphin and Kath. Trevanion mar. 8 May, 1622. 1 

John Trevannyon, Esq., and Mrs. Ann Arundell mar. at Newlyn \ 

8 Dec. 1634. 
Ann, vs^ife of Hugh Trevanion, gen., bur. at Filley 6 Mar., 1613. 

John Trevanyon, gent., bur. at St. Just in Eoseland 1614. 

Rio. Trevanyon, gent., bur. at Veryan 2 Nov., 1635.7 



•Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 



Hugh, son of Hugh Trevanion, 

Grace Trevanion 

John Trevanion 

Nathaniel, son of Charles and Honor Trevanion 

Nathaniel, son of Nich. Trevanion, gent.. 

Honor, da. of Charles Trevanion, gent., and Honor, 

Honor, wife of „ ,, 

Nathaniel Trevanion, Esq., 

"Will. Trevanion, gent., 

Nathaniel Trevanion, son of Chas. T. 

William, son of William Trevanion, 

John, ,, ,, 

William Trevanion and Honor Williams 

Eichard, son of Eich. Trevanion of Veryan, and Anne, dau. of John 

Verman and Mary his wife, of Lamorran 6 Feb., 1694. j 



Esq., 



bur. 

bap. 
bur. 



bap. 



1593. -^ 
28 Ap., 1700.) 

1602. 
29 Oct., 1661. 

1691. 

1662. 

1665. 
10 May, 1673. 
12 Nov., 1681. 



Cuby Par. Eeg. 
St.EwePar.Eeg. 

GorranPar.Eeg. 



1684. 

leeell^t-^^^'yP^^- 

1659. i ^^g- 

"^ Lamorran Par. 
Eeg. 



Eich., son of Hugh Trevanion, gen.. 



bur. 
bap. 



Q XT I/-,?! ^ St.MichaelPen- 
8 Nov., 1661. } T ■ 1 u T> 

' 3 kivel Par. Eeg. 



Eichard, son of Will. Trevanion and Honor, bap, 1671. ) Padstow Par. 

Charles, „ „ ,, „ 1676.) Eeg. 

Hugh Trevanion, gent, of Carhais died at Nuham in Kenwyn, bur. 1t,.,„.^ t>„^ t>„^ 

in the church 20 Sept., 1696. | ^^""^^ ^^^- ^^S" 

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242 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OT CORNWALL. 



Crtbtlyan. 



John Trevelian of Nettlecomb= 
in Com, Som'set a" 9 H. VII. 



=E]iza. da. & heire of Tho. Whalesbnry 
of Whalesbnry in Com. Cornub. 



S-- John Tre- 


Mill 

Thomas 2 


1 
Humfi-ey Tre-= 


velian of 


Rich. 3 


Tellian of 


Nettlecomb 


BasilU in 


Kt. Sonne & 


Nich. 4 


Com. Com. 


heir 


Eich. 5 
George 6 
s. p. 





S"" Rhice ap 
Thomas K' of 
the Garter 
tempe H. VII. 



John Trevellian of Basill==Eliza. da. of Peter William Viell==Jane da. of S"" John 



Bonne & heire 



Corington of 
Newton Esq. 



of Trevarder 



B 



Arrundell of Trerice 



J Vervan Par. 
"Keg. 



(Xote continued.') 

Mr. Tho. Tresahar and Mrs. Anue Trevanion mar. 10 July, 1717. 

Jno. Trevanion bur. 5 Dec, 1687. 

Mr. Hugh Trevanion „ 24 Mar., 169.S. 

Jlrs. Grace Trevanion „ 6 July. 1706. 

Mr. John „ „ 18 June, 1712. 

Mr. Eich. „ „ 2 Nov., 1715. 

Mrs. Anne ., ,, 1716. 

Mr. Tho. Tresahar „ 1719.. 

Hugh Trevanion and Candace Carew of St. Just, spinster, mar. lie. 1665. 

Sir Nich. Trevanion of Plymo. and Dame Sara Corriton, of St. Stephens by Ash, mar. lie. 
3 Nov., 1716. 

Duncombe Drake of Stoke Dam., Esq., and Grace Trevanion of same, mar. lie. 4 Dec, 1733. 

Eic. Trevanion, " in the 87th year of my age.'' (Will 17 Ap.. 1714, Bodmin.) Son Eichard T. 
(Exor.). Son Charles T. to h.ave Woodford in Lansalloes, he to pay his own dau. Jane £40 at 21. 
Charles' son John rem'r. Sou Sir Nicholas T. a gold ring, and to his lady a gold ring, and each 
of his dau'rs £5. Daughters Elizb., Thomas, Grace Kemp, and Mary Kemp. Dau.-in-law Ann 
Trevanion. 

Rich. Trevanion of Vcryan, Governor of Pendennis Castle. Will prob. Bodmin, 15 Oct., 
1717. Wife Ann Barton of Hay in Veryan. Lands of John Trevanion of Carhais "now in my 
possession." House and gardens at Tredinnick for her use. All residue of lands, etc., to his dau. 
Anne Tresahar, his sole executrix. See Chan. Pro., May, 1723. 

Fed. fin. Cornw. 15 Eich. II., No. 4. Eichard Trevanion qu. Ralph Soor def., etc 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 8 Hen. IV., No. 6. Carhays and other lands settled on Rich. Trevanyon 
and Johana his wife, rem. to Stephen their sou, rem. to Johana their da., rem. to right heirs of 
Rich. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 8 Hen. TV., No. 10. Thos. Trevanyon qu. John Pascowe def. Lands iu 
St. Enoder. 

Ped. fin. 1656, Plil., Cornw. John Robins, gen. qu. Chas. Trevanion, gent. def. Lauds 
Trenastell and Euan Lanihorne. 

Ped. im. 26 Chas. XL, Trin., Cornw. Rich. Scoble gen. and o'rs qu. Chas. Trevanion ar. def. 
Moiety of Tregartheu, etc. 

Eic. Trevanion ar. and Jno. Trefusis ar. qu. Chas. Tre- 
Ardevora Year and Filley. 
Stephen Robins ar. qu. Chas. Trevanion ar. def. Lands 



Ped. fin. 15 Jas., Mic, Cornw. 
vanyon ar. Hugh Trevanion gen. def. 

Ped. fin. 4 Anne, Trin., Cornw. 
Trevethick. 



' Basil in St. Cleather. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COHNWALL. 



213 



A\ 



Peter Trevellian=Eliza da. of Rich. George Arrundell 2 sonne=Dorothy da. & co 



of Basill in 
Com. Cornub. 



Pollard of Hor- 
wood Esq 



of S-- John Arundell of 
Lanhern & of Ann his wife 
da. to the E. of Derby 



heire of Willm 
Viell of Trevarder 



Peter Tre- 
viliau 2 



Elizabeth 

unma- 

ried 



^ John TreTillian=Mary da. of George 



of Basill esq. 
now livinge 1620 



Arundell & Coheir of 
her mother Dorothy 
da. of William Viell 
of Trevarder 



Gertrude 2 da. 
wife to Rosse- 
ter Arscot 



Peter sonne & heir 
fetat. 7 annoru' 1620 



II II 

John 2 Dorothy 1 Elizabeth 2 Mary 3 

* JOHN TREVELYAN. 



* Juo. Trevillian, gent., and Mary Arundell, gent., mar. at Mawgan in Pider .31 Mar., 1608. 
Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

* Thomas Trevillian, geu., and Sarah Drake mar. 20 Feb., 1649. Buckland Mon. Par. Eeg. 
Jane, da. of Henry Trevillian, bap. 1682. Germoe Par. Reg. 

Edward Trevillian „ 1575. Perranuthuo Par. Reg. 

James, son of Mr. James Trevillian and Lucy, bap. at ] \ 

Fowey 19 Feb., 1720. . >,/i - 

Francis, son of Arthur and Jane Trevillian, bap. at \ ;^rcnaeacon s 

Fowey 28 Jan., 1733. f ^"^'^^^^^iP*^- 

Mr. James Trevilian bur. at Fowey 18 Oct., 1743. J 

Peter, son of John Ti'evelyan, Esq., bap. at St. Cleather \ 

17 Feb., 1613. Bp. of Exeter's 
"William, son of Christopher Trevelian, Parson, bap. at / Transcripts. 

" "" 27Ap., 1623. j 

mar.29Apl.,1605.]^l^'^l^^JgP'^^'- 



Mawgan in Meneage 
Nicholas Trevillyan and Mary Rogers 

Stephen, son of Avis Trevellian 

John Tomking and Avyes Trevillian 



4 Mar., 1583. 



mar. 28 Feb., 



(J. M.) 



I St. Neot Par. 
•j Eeg. 

1591 I Withiel Par. 
. 3 Reg. 

John Drew and Margery Trevylyan of St. Cleder, mar. lie. 8 Sept., 1568. 

John Trevillian, jun., of Nettlecomb, co. Som., and Ann Courteney, widow, of 
Lazack, co. Cornw., mar. lie. 12 Oet., 1620. 

Commend Garch of Nettlecomb, co. Som., and Cecilia Ti'evillian of Axmouth, 
mar. lie. 5 May, 1623. 

Thomas Robinson of Helston. gent., and Mary Trevillian of Tiverton, mar. lie. 1 
Oct., 1631. 

Edward Morth of Talland. gent., and Elizabeth Trevillian of Morewinstow, mar. 
lie. 4 Oct.. 1638. 

Licence to preach within the Ai-chdeaconry of Cornwall granted to James 
Trevillian, 5 Mar., 1662. 

Hugh Trevillian and Mary Fane of Tavistock, mar. lie. 13 Oct., 1669. I 

Hugh Trevillian and Joanna Amery of Nymet Bishop, mar. lie. 7 Ap., 1670. / 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 26 Hen, VI., No. 1. John Trevillian qu. John Dunkyn and Cecilia his 
wife def Trenevesack etc 

Will of Jno. Trevelyan, Vicar of St. Peran in the Sands, 20 Mar., 1447, P.P.C. To be bur. 
in chancel of the ch. of St. Peran in the Sands. To several religious houses, etc. To the poor 
for meat and drink at his funeral. To his cousin John Wylle. Residue to his cousins John and 
Henry Trevelyan. 

For enlarged pedigree see Trevelyan Papers, pt. iii., 1872, Camden Soc, 



244 



THE VISITATION OF THE COtTNTY OF CORNWALL. 



CrtiJtsa, 



Peter Trevisa of Crokadon=Elizb. base Da, of 
in Com. Cornwall I Jo. Trelaunye 



Peter 2 

Andrew 3 
ob. s. p. 



Edward 
& Wil- 
liam 
Twinnes 



I I I 

Elyazor Tre- ^ John Trevisa=^ Marg' Da. of Anne a 

visa 2 sone of Crokadon Pet' Cortrtney da. un- 

liveing' 1620 liveinoe 1620 of Tretbarlffe maried 



* Willm. 2 Dougles 4 Jo. Treyisa Elizab. uxor 

— — sone & heire Nicho. Bat- 

Eichard 3 Jonathan 5 atat, 16 tersbye of 

1620 Caultoek 



Anne 2 Mary 5 
Bridget 3 Mavg^ 6 
Phillipa 4 Katherin 7 
ELEAZER TREVISA. 



Crttoolla. 

Marke Trewola=F 



Rich. Trewola= 



1596. 



] Archdeac, 
1699. /Transcripts. 



Thomas Trewola=j=Da. of Rosogan 

A| 

' Jolm Trevisa of St. Mellion and Margt. Courteney of Lazack (Laddock), mar. lie. 1 Dec. 

William, son of John Trevisa, gent., and Margt., bap. at St. Mellion 16 Dec., 1610. 
* Jonathan, son of Peter Trevisa, Esq., and Hannah, bap. 
at St. Mellion 
John Trevisa, gentleman, who was meaytayned by John 

Trevisa, Esq.. bur. at St. Mellion 
Eich., son of Wm. Trevesa and Ursula Nancarowe, bap. 
at St. Martin's in Mencage 27 Ma.r, 

John Trevisa, Esq., bur. at St. Mellion 15 May, 1631. 

Elizb., wife of Will. Trevisa, Esq., bur. at St. Mellion 

22 March, 1668.J 
John Hellyer of Harford and Jocosa Trevisa of St. Mellion. mar. lie. 12 May, 1621. 
Ped. fin. 2 Hen. IV., No. 1. John Trethack qu. Walter Metheros and Johana his wife def. 
Various lands settled on Walter and Johana, rem. to heirs of Walter, rem. to Johana, wife of 
Will. Trethack, rem. to Johana, da. of Will. Trethack, rem. to Julia, da. of Galfrid Koskyr, rem. 
to John Trevysa, rem. to Juliana, sister of Jno. Trevysa. rem. to Nichola, sister of Juliana, rem. 
to Walter, son of Philip Trege, rem. to Roger, bro. of Walter, rem. to Rich. Tirell of St. Colan, 
rem. to Margery, wife of John Tregoys. rem. to right heirs of Walter Metheros. 

Ped. fin. 14 Jas., Trin., Cornw. Edw. Courtney ar. and Jno. Trevisa ar. qu. Will. Courtney 
ar. and Douglas ux. def. inter alia Tresagher (Tresahar) estate, Constantino. 



1623. 



1626, 



Bp. of Exeter'a 
Transcripts. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



245 



A| 



^ Da. of Trewheler=p2 John Trewola filius=j=Daughter of John 
2 uxor. et heres Joyce 2 uxor. 



John Trewolla ^ John Trewola=^ Lefctice Da. of Eobt. 
first Sonne of Trewola 1 Eashley of Foy 



I I I 

Thomas Tre-=f=E,achell Da. of Walter Elizab. mar. to Reinold Asynes ma. to Peter 



wola fil. et 
heres 



HoUamore of Pen- 
re ane 



Bawden of Key in 
Cornw. 



Hallamore brother 
to Rachell 



II II III II I 

l.Petronell 3. Elizab. 5. Phillip 8 John Trewola 2. Willm ajt. 15 4. Thomas 

— — — fil. et heres — a3t. 13 

2. Agnis 4. Ellin 6. James 7 astat. 20 1620 3. Richard set. 14 



THOMAS TREWOLLA. 



1 Alice, da. of Rich. Trewhilla of Trewhilla in St. Enoder. See note 2. 

= Chan. Pro. 9 April, 1583, Eliz. K. k. 2, No. 33. ' Rich. Kendall and Katherine his wife v. 
John Trewolla and Jno. Higgowe. Names Alice, da. and h. of Rich. Trewhilla of Trewhilla in 
St. Enoder, wife of this John, together with John and William their sous, and Katherine, da. of 
William, mar. to Rich. Kendall. 

3 John Trewolly and Litty Rashligh mar. 5 Feb., 1570. Fowey Par. Reg. 

* Will., son of John Trewolla bap. 30 July, 1579.^ 

Johanna, da. of Jno. Trewhela, „ 20 Aug., 1584. 

Thomas, son of Rich. Trewhela, ,, 24 Dec, „ 

Margaret, da. of Jno. Trewyla, „ 16 Mar., 1586. 

Jno. Trewolla, junior, and Agnes James mar. 25 Oct., 1573. 

Rich. Trewolla and Johanna James ,, 28 Oct., „ 

Jane, da. of Jno. Trewolla, bur. 23 Jan., „ 

Rich. Trewolla „ 20 Mar., 1585. 

Jane, ux. Rich. Trewolla, ,, 25 Nov., 1587. 

Rich. Trewolla „ 31 Jan., 1588. 

Margaret „ „ 28 Oct., ,, 

Thomas „ „ 1 Mar., 1589. / 

George, son of John Trewhella. bap. 27 Nov., 1608. 1 

Will., „ „ ■ „ 21 Mar., 1610. J 



St. Ewe Par. Reg. 



James, son of Thos. Trewolla, gen., bap. at Gwennap 1614 

Tho., son of Tho. Trewalla, gen., „ „ 18 June, 1633, 

Temperance, da. of Wm. Trewalla, ., „ 20 Aug., „ 

Tho., son of Tho. Trewalla, gen., bur. „ ,, 



Gwinear Par. Reg. 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 



Tho., ,, John Trewolla and Margt., bap. 
John Trewolla, gent., • bur. 



?3°A°pV.S».]«— ^"■^=^- 



bur. 



1676. ■) Bodmin Par. Reg. 
30 Oct., 1677. j (J. M.) 



Thomas, son of John Trewolla, gent., 
Margt., wiEe of Mr, John Trewolla, 

Ped. fin. 6 Chas. I., Mich., Cornw. Thos. Carthew qu. Thos. Trewolla gen. and o'rs def. 
C'anelegie, etc. 



246 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Crt\uholij>. 



1 2 

Mary da. of Jo. HaiTis=John Trewbody of Castle=j=Maxy Da. & hey. of 
of Lanrest in Cornwall " I Tho. Corryton of 



Nicho. Trewbody of Castle=pDorithie Da. of Kempe of Blisland in Cornwall 



^ Pet"^ Trewbody of Castle=j=]Margt Da. of Fursland al's 
in Cornwall I Fitzhuoh in Devon 



2 Charles Trewbody sonne=Agnes Da. of Tho. Holdyn of 
& hev. liveins' 1 620 Nanshwiddon in Cornwall 



CHARLES TREWBODY. 



4 July, 1597. 
1684. 



1 Peter Trewbody of Castle Laulivery. Will P.P.C. Stafford, 8, A.D. 1604. Names sons 
Charles. Tristeram, Thomas. To his wife Margaret all his lands in St. Austell called Bosco%-ill 
during minority of Charles. 

= Mar. at St. Columb Major 3 Aug.. 1620. | Sj_ Columb Major Par. Beg. 

Mary, da. of Charles Trubody. gent., bap. 16 Sept., 1621. V r T Vr ^ 

Peter, son ,. „ .. 13 Aug., 1622.) ^''•'^■^ 

• Stephen Trewbody and Anna Polwhele. wid. of Steph.P., ) St. Clement's 

mar. 4 July, 1597. ( Par. Ee? 
Mark Truebody. clerk, and Elizb. Toller ,, 
Mrs. Elizb. Trubody bur. 

Mr. Mark Trubody, Vicar, „ 

Sybell, da. of Tho. Trewbodye, ,, 

John, son of Peter Trubody bap. 

Thomas, son of John and Grace Trubody. ,, 
Peter Trubody aud Anne Mounsell mar. 

Peter Trubody, gent., and Sibella Tingcombe ,. 
Peter Truebody bur. 

Walter „ „ 

Peter 

Susan ,, ,, 

John „ ■, 

Peter Trewbody. gen. Rate Book, Lanlivery, 1654. 
Grace, da. of Tho. Trubody bap. 

Anne ,, „ ,, 



Oct. 



14 Feb. 



,. >-Fowey Par.Reg. 
1700.) 

1549 ^Illogan Par. 
^■^^"•3 Reg. 
1633. ] 
1686. 
1614. I 
1645. 
1630. 
. 1648. 
1650. 
1679. 
1682. 



Lansalloes Par. 
Keg. 



bur. 10 Aug. 



Joan, wife of Xfer Trubody, gent., 

Mr. Sam. Trewbody, Jlinister of St. German's, and Mrs. 

Elizb. Hancock of Hendra. wid., mar. 

William, son of Walter Trubody bap. 

Mark, „ „ ,, 

William, ,, Mr. „ ,. 

Philip, ., Walter and Margt. Trubody ,, 

Walter Trubody and Margt. Preston mar. 25 Jan 

Mark Trubody and Sarah Carew „ 5 Feb., 1693 

Peter, son of Walter Trubody by Margt. his wife, 

bur. 15 May 
John and Peter, sons of Walter Tnibody, „ 



1694.-^ Lauteglos by 
1697. ) Fowey Par.Reg. 
If S9 1 Pinnock Par. 
" ■) Reg. 

) Sheviock Par. 
1729. i Reg. 

1644.A 



1651. 
1667. 
1674. 
1667. 



1613. 
1658. 



Tywardreath 
Par. Reg. 



Tho. Hoblyn and Priscilla Trubody 



16.37 



l St. Winnow 
J Par. Reg. 
[Xote continued on next jjagf. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



247 



Tho. Tryourne=f= 



Jo. Tryourne of Sankred^p^ Elizb. Da. of Wm, Cliiverton 



Tho. Tryourne of Sankred=i=Jane Da. & coh. of Tho. Wise 



^ Josias 2 Rich. 4 ^ EUzab. 1 Tho. Tryourne of Monkcon=Enis Da. of Jo. 

— — in Cm. Cornw. liveing 1620 Penrose of 

John 3 Dorithie 2 Monekton 

THOMAS TREWRBN. 



John Tubb of Trengofi'e=j=Joane Da. & hey. of John Callwaye 

\ 

I I I I I 

George Roger 2 Willm Tubb o^Julian Da. of Tho. 5 sone 



1 Sonne 



John 3 



Gwennop 4 sone 
in Cornw. 



Bonithon of a preist 

Curclew 



Edm, Tubb of Guinop in Com.n=Margt Da. of Rob. Rashley of 
Cornwall liveing 1620 Foye in Cornwall 



Germone 2 sonne Mary 1 Jane 2 Jo. Tubb sone & heyre Julian 3 Sara 4 

liveing 1620 

t JOHN TUBB. 



{A'ote continued.') 

r^ , ,,.-■,.>,■■ ««• » 1 /.or. 1 St. Austell Par. 

Charles Trubodj, gent., and Katharine Allen mar. 27 Ap., 1680. j- ^^^_ 

1 St Kew'Par KJ-M.) 
Nicholas Harrye and Elizabeth Trubody mar. 20 Jan., 1611. > ' -^ 

Mary, da. of John Treuren, jun., bap. at Sancered 20 Aug., 1608. 1 

Kichard, son of Walter Trewren, ., ,. 14 Jan., 1609. I Bp. of Exeter's Tran- 

William Trewren al's Tremearne bur. 21 Sep., 1636. f scripts. 

James „ „ 12 Nov., „ J 

1 Named in will of Thomas Chiverton of Paul, dat. 26 Aug., 1604, P.P.U. 7 Feb., 1604-5, 
together with Henry, John, and William Trewren, sons of John T. and Elizab. Chiverton. 

* Ped. fin. Cornw. 24 Hen. VI., No. 2. John Treouran and Katherine his wife qu. Sampson 
Lucos and Alice his wife def . Mousehole, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 37 Hen. VI., No. 2. Roger Treouran qu. Johana, who was wife of Adam 
Vyvyan, and William Fox and Agnes his wife def. Erth, Holewode, etc. 

t George Robins and Agnes Tub mar. 1613. St. Austell Par. Reg. 
Hugh, son of Henry Tiibb, bur. 13 Oct., 1592. Cuby Par. Reg. 

\_jVote continued on nea't page. 



248 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Henry R. 

Henry, by the grace of god Kinge of England & of frannce, & Lord 
of Ireland, To all manner our subiects, as well of the spetiall preheminence & 
dignitie as of temporall authoritie, theis our I'res hearing or seing greeting, foras- 
much as we be credibly informed that our trustie subiect Stephin Tucker, of 
Lamartyn in Com. Devon**, Gentleman, for certayne diseases and infirmities which he 
hath & dayly susteineth in his head, he cannot conveniently without his great 
Danger be discovered of the same. We let you wite that of our grace espetiall in 
tender consideration thereof, have by these presents licensed the said Stephen 
Tukker to use & wear his Bonet upon his said head, as well in our presence as 



{ybtc continiicfl.) 

Stephen, son of John Tub. 

Tobias, „ 

Eobert Tubb and Jane Nicholls 

Will. Tracher and Thomasine Tubbe 

George Tubb and Elizabeth Tredwene 

Jno. Tubbe and Johanna Batten 

Edward Prowte and Annys Tubbe 

Nicholas Tubb 

George Tubb 

Katherine Tubb, widow. 



bap. 



28 Nov., 1.562,>^ 
11 Oct., 1570, 
20 Sept., 156,5, 
25 Feb., 1578, 



I St. Ewe Par. Re?. 



18 „ 1583. 
3 Oct., 1585. 
12 Feb., loSfi. 
bur. 10 Mar., 1588. 
29 „ „ 
25 Sept., 1611. y 

Hugh Popham and Jane Tubb mar. at Kilkhampton 17 

Sept, 1608 
John Eoberts and Grace Tubb mar. at St. Allen 1612 

Will. Tubb, gent,, bur. at Warleggan 10 Jan., 1614 

William Tubb and Loveday Mylton mar. at Sheviock 

17 Jan., 1618. 
Blanch, wife of Jonath.an Tub, gen., bur. at Padstow 1636.y 

John, son of Mr. John Tobbe, bap. 1571. 

Jonathan, ,, ,, ., 1575. 

John, „ „ ,, 1582, 

John Tobb, gent., bur. 1603. 

Mrs. Agnes Tubb ,, 1611. 

Joanna, da. of John Tubb of Botreaux Castle, 

bur. 12 Feb., 1605./ Peg 

Geo., son of Wm. Tubb, and Margt,, da. of Walter Ford, 1 Lanivet Par. 

mar. INov., 1683. J Peg. 



Bp, of Exeter's 
Transcripts, 



Bodmin Par, 
Keg, 

1 Egloshayle Par. 



21Ap.,1630.}^^^'-^'^^gP'^^- 
18 Nov., 1550. ~i 



St. Neot Par. 
Keg. 



1587. 
11 Nov., 1589. 
4 Ap.. 1623. 
19 Oct,, 1623. y 
28 Sept., 1584. T 
8 June, 1591, I Warleggan Par. 



1597, f 
1614. J 



Kes 



Walter Tubbe, gent., bur. 

Kath., da. of Rob. Tubb, bap. 

George, son of John Tubb, 

Kob. Tubb, gent., and Jone Sloget, wid., mar, 

Alice, wife of John Tubb, gent,, bur. 

John Tubb, gent., „ 

Geo,, son of John Tubb, gen,, bap, 

Elinor, wife of George Tubb, Esq,, bur, 

Geo. Tubbe, Esq., ,, 

Will. Tubbe, gent., 

John Tubb, of Maugan in Meneage, gent., and Mary Bristow of Hclston, widow, 
mar. lie, 1637. 
Indenture dated 13 May, 20 Elizab., betw, John Bonython of Bonython, gent,, of the 
one part, and William Tubbe of Gwynep, gent., of the other part. Grant of certain 
premises in Geare in the parish of Gwynep to William Tubb and his heirs. 

Ind're made 9 June, 1619, betw, John Tubb of Gwennape, gent,, of the one part, 
and George Hu.sband, husbandman, of the other part. Lease of premises in Gwennape 
which late were the inheritance of William Tubbe, gent., grandfather of the said John 
Tubbe. Seal — tkrce tubs injjale naiant. 

By deed dated 25 Dec, 1652, Thomas Achim of Hall granted to John Lee of Lan- 
reth, yeoman, certain premises in Trenay lately in the tenure of Thomas Olver by virtue 
of a lease made 29 Sept., 32 Elizab., by George Tubb, lord of Tren.ay, Eleanor his wife, 
and John Tubb their son, whose inheritance the premises late were. 



(J, M,) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



249 



elswheare at his liberty. Wherfore we will & com'and you and every of you 
to p'mitt & suffer him soe to doe without any your challenges letts or interup- 
tions to the contrarye as yee & every of you tender our pleasure. Given under 
our signet at our mannor of Woodstock the 2 day of July in the 10 yeare of our 
Raigne. 

Stephen Tocker. 



John Tucker of South Tavistock in Com, Devon=F. 



Da. of et relicta Trecarell 



.... Da. & Coh.of=Stephen Tucker of Lamerton=f=. . . . Da. & hey. of Foxcomb 
Burlace uxor 2 I iuxta Tavistock I al's Trenchard ux. 1 



ti 



John Tucker of Hellond in Com. Cornwall fil. 
Blanch Da. of ... . Bande of Exeter 



Nicholas fil. et hajres mar. Dorothy 
Da. of Trevilia' of Nettlecom 



John Tucker=Anne fi^ 


Stephen Tucker= 


=Jane Da. of Katherin 


Samuel 


2 fil. rector 


Hugonis of Hellond in 


John Conock mai 


•. to 


mar. Da. 


Cardinnam 


Pollard de Com. 


Cornw. 


of Liskerd in Nic 


. Mor- 


of Tho. 


in Com. 


North- 


iuxta Bodmin 


Cornwal combe of 


Tredi- 


Cornw. ob. 


molton 


fil. et heeres 


Bodmin 


nick 




Devon 










r 3 


1 


Zacharie Mary mar. 


Stephen 4 


Christo-= 


=HonorDa. John 


Pete 


Peter 


Tucker to Eich. 


son mar. 


pher fil. 


of Morris ob. 


fil. mar 


— 


mar. Crosman 


Margerie 


et heres 


Hill, Esq., s. p. 


Kathe- 


Henry 


Anne Da. of Lan- 


Da. of 


jBt. 40 


of Hilli- — 


rin Da. 




of Edm. karffe in 


Peter 




gun in Alice 


of Moris 


5 


Dunrich parochia 


Marke of 




Cornwall 2 Da. 


Hill 




in Com. de Bodmin 


Liskerd 








[= 




Cornwall 


=P 












=j= 














V 














John 8et. 2 Susan 


Stephen 


1 
fil. John 


2 son Jane Mar^* 


s. 


e- 


Peter 5 




primus set. 9 ast. 7 


set. 2 


phen 


6 








* 




I 


iot 


signed. 



* John Williams and Jone, da. of Will. Tucker, mar. 14 Oct., 1.'574. 

John Tiicker, said to have been bro. of the Mayor of Exeter, was last Abbot of Buckland 

Men. Devon, pensioned on the Vicar of Buckland £60 per an. 
John Carveth al's Perguion and Emblin Tookei-, mar. 1606. St. Breock Par. Reg. 
John Trenvroth, gent!^ and Mrs. Maria Tucker, mar. 1616. Mawnau Par. Reg. 
Henry Tucker, clerk, and Elizabeth Warrin mar. at | Bp. of Exeter's 

St. Juliet 19 Jan., 1623. J Transcripts. 

John Toker, jun., gent., and Mrs. Probesia Pollard, mar. at St. Mabyn 1683. 1 
Will, son of Mr. Stephen Toker and Susannah, bap. ,, 1697. ( Archdeacon's 

Mr. Steven Toker, gent., bur. at Helland 1682. | Transcripts. 

Mr. John Toker, bur. at St. Mabyn 15 Mar., 1697. j 

Christopher Worthywell and Cath. Tucker of Cardinham, mar. lie. 1664. 

\_Note continned on next page, 
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250 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Wut^t. 



Arms. Arg. on a chev. gu. 3 bezants. 

Sciant p''sent. et futuri q"^ ego Theobaldus Vacy remise et om'ia p' me et heredibus 
meis sive assignat. meis imperpetuu' Waltero. Vacy fil. et hered. Will'mi Vacy et 
Augusta uxori sufe et hered' decorporibus eoru' p'creat. totum jus meum et clamav. 
etc. Dat' die Sabbati prox post festu S'te Margarete Anno regni regis Ed'ri filij regis 
Edwardi 18. 

Sciant p^'sentes et futuri q"^ ego Johis de Fenton remisi pro me et hered. meis 
et assignatis meis totu jus meu' q'' habui in Fenton Vacy cum om'ib. part'in suis 
Will'o de Vacy et hered' suis sive suis assign, imperpetu, etc. hijs testibus mag'ro 
Ramud Parloben D'no Rogero de Nononant D'no Reginaldo de Unvile Joh'e Gerner 
WiU'o De Hollewey et alijs. dat. Lond. in Eccl'ia S'ci Pawli die mercurij prox post 
festu Conversionis Santi Pawli. Anno grac. 1291. 

Remember to putt this Addition of the howse of Tredeage unto the discent of 
James Bonython. {sic.) 

Willm Vacy before Date De Fenten Vacy=f= 



Adam Vacy miles temp. H. III. 



Willm Vacy temp. E. I.= 



Theobald Vacy temp. E. II. De Fenton Vacy=f= 
I 

Walter Vacy temp. E. III.=p 



John Vacy 12 H. IV.= 



Willms Vacy 3 H. VI.= 



Thomas Vacy 22 H. VI.=r 
A| 

{Note conthund.) 

I'cd. fin. Comw. 12 Hen. IV. No. 4. Eeginald Toter of Liskeard qu. John Geffery of Lis- 
kcard and Alice his wife def. Mess., etc., in Liskeard settled on Alice, da. of Eeginald Toker. 

Fed. fin. Coruw. 7 Hen. V. No. 5. Thos. Joeche of Liskerd and Florence his wife qu. Rich. 
Toker of Liskerd and Alice his wife. 

Fed. fin. Comw. 18 Hen. VI. No. 10. John Toker qu. John Wade and Johana his wife def. 
In Camelford and Trepewe. 

Fed. fin. 5 Eliz., East. Dev. John Toker, gen. qu. Jno. WoUye def. Tent, in Tavistock. 

Fed, fin. 29-30 Eliz., Mich. Dev. Stop. Toker, gen. qu. Samuel Toker, gen. and Anastasia, 
ux. def. Lands in Foxcomb, Lew Trenchard, Bradford. 

See Memoir of the Family of Tucker, alias Toker, in ' History of Trigg Minor,' vol. ii., pp. 54-57. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 251 

^1 

I 
John Vacy 9 E. IV.=f= 



Willms Vacy 22 H. VII. 



Willms Vacy temp.=f- Rich. Vacy 2 fil. et heres=j=. . . . fil. Vacy 

H. 'VIII. I fratris de Fenton Vacy I 



Phillip fil. et heres Willm Vacy fil. et ha3res=j=. ... fil. Fortescue de 
ob. s. p. I Buckland Filley 

John Vacy de Fenton Vacy=j=Elizab. Da. of John Harris of 
in Com. Cornwall I Lanrest in Com. Cornwall 

Elizab. mar. to Humphrie Leonard Vacy de=f=^ Magdalena fil. John Vacy fil. 



Martin of S' Ervan in Fenton Vacy 

Com. Cornub. 



Anthonie Clifford 2 aetat. 46, 
de Boscombe 1620 



Anna aatat. 19 tempore 3 Katherin 4 Francisca 5 Eulalia 
visitaco'is 1620 ast. 17 set. 10 setat. 9 



Johes Vacy fil. et hgeres Edmond 2 fil. Elizab. set. 22 mar. to Theophilus Loveis 
setat. 12, 1620 93tat. 10 of Bordon in Com. Cornw. 

LEO. VACYE. 



Wtxnxm. 

Georg Verman of Ardeveray in Philley in Cornw.=T=Jane Da. of John Beaupre 



Gerons Verman first son=p^ Agnis Da. of . . . Bonde of Earth 



Mary Geo. Vennan=i=Jane Da. & sol heire of Willm John 2 son 
of Lamorran I Penant of Budock ob. s. p. 

A I 

' Da. of Anthony Clifford of Descombe, co. Wilts., widow of John Ley al's Kempthome of 
Tonacombe. See ped. of Kempthome, atite, 

* Eulalia, da. of Edmund Vacye, gent, and Jane, ux., bap. 30 June, 1647. j Meneage P^r.^Reg 

Ped. fin. 3 John, No. 24. Walter de Vasoi qu. Osbert de Escott def. In Escote, 

' Da. of Thos, Bond. See ped. of Bond, ante, 



252 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Geo. Verman of Lamorran in Cornwall^ 



=Eudon Da. of Geo. Dennis 
of Gluish in Cornwall 



Geo. 1 son ob. sine 
p'le in hib'nia Cum 
Comiti Essex 



I 
John Verman of=pKath'" Da. & Coh. 
LamorreninCom. of John Trehane 
Cornw. liveing in Cornwall 
1620 



Jane ux'' Tho. 
Ward of 
Lamorran 



Anne 
unmar. 



John sone & hey. atat. 6 dayes 1620 the 4 octob. 

JOHN VERMAN. 



2?H3ian. 



' John Vevion of St. Collomb= 
Maior in Com. Cornwall 



=01ive Da. & hey. of Tresaster 
of St. Wen in Cornw. 



^ Tho. Vevion=pAnne Da. and Coh. of Peter Lowre 
of St. CoUomb of Trwro in Cornwall 



1 

Fran. 



Da. of Fran.==^ John Vevion of= 



Bullcr of Peleite in 
Cornwall Esq. 



Anne 1 Da. 
atat. 7 



St. CoUomb live- 
ing 1620 



=3Marv Da. & Coh. of 
Wm. Cavill of St. Kue 
in Cornwall Esq. 



*John sone & ^ Tho- 
hey. atat. 5 mas 2 

t 



Willm 3 6 Richard 4 
JOHN VIVIAN. 



* John Verman de Lamorran ct Maria Walrond filia Guillmi Walrond de Brad- "I 

field in coraitat. Devon armigeri matr'onum contrax 5 July, 1600. I Lamorran 

Eich. Trevanion, son of Rich. T., p'ish of Veryan, and Anne, da. of Juo. Ver- f" Par. Reg. 

man and Maiy his wife of Lamorrnn, mar. 6 Feb., 1693-4. J 

1 Named in the will of his father Richard Vyvyau of Trenouth, dated 27 Sept., 1550. 

P. P. C. together with his grandfather, John V., lately deceased, mother Elizabeth, brother Richard 

v., and sister Emlyng V. (both under age). John Vyvyan. clerk, one of the overseers. 

John Vyvian and OllyfE Tacsalster (Tresaster) mar. 30 July, 15-16. St. Columb Major 
Par. Reg. His \vill as John Vivian of Trenouth, dated 4 June, 1587, P. P. C. 1589. Names his wife 
Oliffe, sons Thomas, John, and Pascaux, and dau'rs Johane and Emlin. (Johane mar. Jno. Carter 
of St. Columb. See Carter ped., ante.) 

■ Thomas Vivian, gent., bur. 18 May, 1617. (St. Columb Major Par. Reg.) His will, as 
Tliomas Vyvyan of Trenouth, dated 8 M.ay, 1617, P. P. C. Names his wife Anue, .sons John, 
I'ascowe, Michael, Thomas, and Richard, dau'rs Olive, Barbara, Ursula, and Emlin mar. to 
Moyle (see Moyle ped., ante), and Richard and John Vivian of St. Merryn. Inq. p. m. Wards 
and Liv., 17 Jas., No. 110, Bund. 27, i/itrr alia. Tho. V. held in Pollawyne (n. 17, p. 259). 
Trcnancc. Skewys, Tresawell, Newcton, St. Anthony in Men., Towan Wartha, Towan Wolas, and 
Tomyowc. See notes, p. 255. 

^Notcs continued on next page. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



253 



Act Books, Exeter. 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Ti-anscripts. 



(^Notes continued.') 

' Johannes Vivian, gen., and Maria Cavell, filia Willmi Cavell, Ai\, mar. at St. Kew 18 Ap., 
1615. (Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts.) Named in will of John Pomeroy of St. Cleere, 16 June, 
1618, P. P. C. 12 March, 1619. Witnesses Pascowe Vivian, Pascowe Vivian, jun., and Kichard Vivian. 
Will of John Vivian of Trewan, dated 18 Jan., leil, P. P. C. 1647. Names his wife Mary, 
and her father and mother. Will, and Jane Cavell, sons John, Thomas, Richard, Francis, Mathew, 
Edward, and Peter, dau'rs Anne, Mary, and Jane. mar. to TrefEry. His brothers Pascowe and 
Thomas V. and son John ex'ors. His son Thomas Vivian and Joseph Jane overseers. 
" Bap. 9 June, 1616. ^ gap. 10 Aug., 1617. St. Columb Major Par. Keg. 
^ For family of this Richard see Tavistock, Devon, Par. Reg. 
* William Inch of St. Kew and Ursula Vivian of St. Columb Major, ^ 

mar. lie. 18 Nov., 1612. 
Francis Vivyan of St. Columb and Anna Maynard of Little Colon, 

mar. lie. 25 July, 1677. 
Degorie, son of Thomas Vivian, bap. at Crantock 21 July, 1598.^ 

Thos., „ „ „ „ 26 May, 1609. 

John, „ Rich. Vivian and Grace, bap. at St. Merryn 13 Oct., 1633. 
Thos. Vivian and Elyzabeth Jeffrie mar. at Crantock 13 Nov., 1597. 
John Vivian and Margaret Minerd mar. at St. Mewan 1666. 

John Vivian and Alsoa JefEreye mar. at Crantock 10 Aug., 1612. 
John Burlace and Thamson, da. of John Vivean, were mar. 

at Roche 30 April, 1622. 

Thomas Carthewe and Amey Vivian mar. at St. Allen 1 Feb., 1624. 
Richard Rownsewall and Elizabeth Vivian mar. at St. Winnow 

3 Feb., 1630. 

(This marriage is also entered in St. Minver, the same 
date, but her name is spelt Vyvyan.) 
Rich. Vivian and Grace Robbins mar. at St. Merryn 8 June, 1631. 
John Vivian, Esq,, of St. Columb, and Amy Nicolls of St. 

Tudy mar. at St. Stephen's in Brannel 4 May, 1671. 

John, son of John Vivian, Esq., of St. Columb Major, and Mary, 

da. of Sir Joseph Sawle of St. Austell, mar. at St. Mewan 1684. 
Heniy Vivian the younger bur. at St. Ervan 7 Mar., 1602. 

Johannes Vivian sepulta erat at St. Kew 25 July, 1615. ^ 

Rich. Carlyon and Letta Vivian mar. 30 July, 1576. 

John Yarde and Phillipa „ „ 29 Jan., 1587. 

Rich. Carlyon and Alice „ „ 28 July, 1593. 

Will. Carlyon and Blanche „ „ 23 Nov., 1595. 

Rich. Vyvian and Maria Mynars „ 2 Nov., 1614, 

Will. „ and Phillipa Kestell „ 13 Jan., 1616. 

John Courtney and Jane Vyvyan ,, 1633. 

Thomas Vyvyan and Mary Elliott „ 25 Sept., 1669. , 

Emblen, da. of Thos. Vivian, bap. 31 Mar., 1580."^ 

Peter, son of John and Mary Vivian, „ 12 Sept., 1630. 

Elizab., da. of „ „ „ 1634. 

Francis, son of John Vivian and Mary, ,, 1649. 

Thomas, son of John Vivian, Esq., and Mary 

his wife „ 12 Sep., 1689, 

Richard Vivian, gent,, and Mary Flamocke mar. 1601. 

Richard Moyle and Emblen Vivian ,, 30 Jan., 1602. 

Robert Cocking and Margery Vivian „ 16 May, 1614. 

James Moyle and Elizabeth Vivian „ 1616. 

Walter Vivian and Loveday Carlyon „ 10 June, 1630. 

Henry Roscorla and Alse Vivian ,, 17 Jan., ,, 

Walter Vivian and Ann Howe ,, 20 Jan., 1684. 

Rich., son of John Vivian, Esq., bur. 1660. 

Pascowe Vivian, gent., „ 6 Aug., 1634. 

Peter, son of Rich. Vivian, gent., „ 20 Dec, 1665. 

Mrs. Olive Vivian „ 20 Aug., 1667. 

Mary, wife of John Vivian, Esq., „ 26 Mar., 1670. 

Paskowe Vivian, gent,, „ 31 Mar,, 1673. 

John Vivian, jun., Esq., „ 12 May, 1691. 

Judith ,, widow, „ 1700./ 

Emblyn, da. of John Vivian bap. 20 Feb., 1593. 

Thomazine, ,, ,, „ 1594. 

John, son of ,, „ 8 Mar., 1597. 

Degorie, son of Degory Vivian ,, 20 Mar., 1666. 

Nicholas Warren and Thamson Vivian mar. at Mawgan in 

Pider 4 Aug., 1633. 

\_Notes continved on follon-ing page. 



I St. Austell Par. Reg. 



St. Columb Major 
Par. Reg. 



St. Columb Minor 
Par. Reg. 



254 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



{Notes continued.) 

Thomas Cock and Margery Vivian mar. 21 July, 1634. 

Thomas Vivian and Franncis Robarts ,, 20 May, 1641. 

Digory Vivian and Mary Stone ,, 1644. 

William Vivian and Prudence Brewer, „ 27 Dec. 1680. 

Thomas Hix and Prudence Vivian „ 28 July, 1682. 

Jone, wife of John Vivian, bur. 1591. 

Will., son of Will. ., „ 1683. 

WiUiamV. „ 1692., 

John Vivian of St. Issey, jun., and Mary Carthew mar. 1692. ] 

John Trebilcock, gent., and Elizabeth Vivian ., 27 Dec, 1697. ( 
Sam Leche of St. Columb, gent., and Dorothy Vivian, da. of > 

Matthew Vivian of Advent, gent., deceased, mar. 28 Nov., 1700. 1 
William Vivian, Rector, bur. 1699.) 

Michael Agus and Loveday Vivian mar. 22 Oct., 1642.^ 

Mathew Vivian, gent., and Julyau Tanner, mar. jiublished 20 

May and 3 and 10 June, 16.55. 

Jerome Mathew and Anne Vivian, mar. published 3, 10, and 



24 Dec, 

Tliomas Harris and Thomaziu Viveon mar. 

John, son of Thomas Vyvian bur. 

John Vevinne, Esq., „ 

Thomas, son of John Vivian, bap. 

John, ,, Rich. ,, ,, 

Rich. Vivian and Elinor Hawkins mar. 

Stephen Vivian bur. 

John Vivian, Esq., and Mrs. Mary Glanville mar. 

Mr. Stephen Vivian and Mrs. Mary Slade 

Thos. Hoblyn, gent., and Olyve Vivian, gent., 

Thomas Vyvian and Jane James, 

Humphry Daniel and Jane Vivian, 

Hugh Harris and Margerie ,, 

Humphry, son of Hugh „ 

Jacobus, ,, ,, ,, 

Phillip, ,, 

Thomas, „ Thomas Vivian, 

Rich., „ ,, and Hannah, 

Walter, „ „ „ 

Diggory, „ „ „ 

John, ,, „ „ 

Hannah, da. of ,, „ 

Humphry, son of Hugh Vivian, 

Jacobus, ,, „ 

Alice, wife of ,, 

Jane, wife of Thomas Vyvian, 

Will of John Vivian of St. Peter, Fadstow, 9 Mar 



St. Columb Minor 
Par. Reg. 



St. Ervan Par. Reg. 



St. Ewe Par. Reg. 



Fowey Par. Reg. 



■St. Issey Par. Reg. 



1655. 
27 April, 1681. 

10 June, 1572. 

1646. 
27 May, 1665." 

11 Feb., 1695. 
July, 1688. 

1696.J 

1 s n^f 1 fii9 ) Tavistock, Devon, 
18 Oct., 1642. j Par. Reg. 

8 Sept., 1685. Veryan Par. Reg. 

St. Winnow Par. Reg. 
Redruth Par. Reg. 



24 Nov., 1625. 

1 Oct., 1680. 

7 Nov., 1642.^ 

16 Feb., 1652. 

bap. 25 Sept., 1602. 

„ 23 Dec, 1603. 

„ 2 Jan., 1607. 

„ 8 Sept., 1685. 

„ 17 April, 1688. 

„ 17 Mar., 1689. \ Truro Par. Reg. 
„ 16 Sept., 1694. 
„ 11 May, 1697. 
„ 27 Feb., 1699. 
bur. 1 Feb., 1602. 
„ 4 Feb., 1604. 
„ 28 Mar., 1605. 
„ 29 Dec, 1681. j 

1505. Proved Lamehith (Lambeth) 8 
May, 1506. Body to be buried in the Church of Carmelite brothers in the town of Bristol. 
Names his son John Vivian and dau'rs Johanna and Margaret ; Johanna his mother and Johanna 
his wife, Executors ; his cousin John Tregonwall, Overseer. (Dr. Tregonwall was retained as 
Counsel for the Rev. Tho. Vivian, bro. of the Prior, and Vic. of Bodmin v. the Parishioners, 
A.D. 1529.) William Taverner, gener. Tho., Harry, and o'rs. witnesses. 

Will of Rich. Carter of St. Columb the Lower, 27 Nov., 1578. P. P. C. 5 Feb., 1582. Names 
Rich. Vyvyan of St. Meryn and Jane his wife, and their children Rich., John, and Olif. 

Will of Rich. Vivian the elder, of St. Columb Major, gent., 18 April, 1653. P. P. C. 19 Nov., 
1655. Names Thomas, John, and Francis, sons of John Vivian, Esq., his bro. Pascowe V., his 
nephew Richard, son of his bro. John Vivian, deceased, and Richard his son, his nephews 
Francis, Matthew, Edward, and Peter, sons of his bro. John Vivian, deceased, god-daughter Mary 
v., cousin Rich. Vosper, sister-in-law Mary V., sister Olive V., sister Inch, sister Vosper, Ann and 
Mary dau'rs of John V., Esq., cousins John V. of Truan, Jane TreSry, William Inch, Anne 
Tregose, Katherine Horo, David Moyle's wife, and Joane Haweis, godsons Jno. TrefEry, Sam. 
Moyle, and Edmond Beauford. 

Will of Thomas Vivian of St. Martin's in the Fields. Surgeon, 13 Oct., 1690. P. P. C. 3 Dec. 
1690. Names his sister Jane Vivian, uncle Thomas Vivian, cousins Rolscrt Blewett, Edward 
Trcgenna, .... Scoble, and Elizabeth Wrey. Brother John Vivian, sole Executor. Witness, 
Thos. Vivian. 

Will of Thomas Vivian of St. Martin's in the Fields, Gent, 1 Oct., 1688. P. P. C. 2 Oct., 

[J^'ofc.t continued on foUon-iriff pa^e, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 255 

(Notes continued.') 

1691. Da. Mary sole heir and Executrix. Witnesses Thos. Vivian, Elizabeth Blathwayte, and 
Mary Alexander. 

Inq. p. m. 15 Jas. I., Wards and Liv., No. 184. John Vyvyan of St. Winnow, died 29 Jan., 
1603. Olyve and Honor, his da.'s and coh.'s, aged 21 and 18. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 19 Hen. VI. No. 3. Jno. Bonde and Sibill his wife, a da. and coheir of 
Margai'et, who was wife of Stephen Trenewyth, and Johanna, who was wife of Adam Vyvyan, 
the other da. and h. of said Margaret, qu. Michael Power, Esq., and Isabella his wife def. In 
Overa Penquyte, Fenne, Tremaylek, Carpenters, Peytevynespark, Coleford, Tremargh, Rowehill, 
Wolvecombe, Leskered, Weylonde, Penacadek, Staunton, Tredareppe, Trenewyth, Trethack, 
Wallelond, Tregadek, Shernepaik, and Atte Water. Settled on Michael P. and Isabell his wife 
to hold of the said John Bond and Sibill his wife, and Johanna, rem. to Jno. and Sibill and 
Johanna, rem. to heirs of Sibill. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 21 Hen. VI. No. 1. Jno. Wydeslade qu. Odo Vyvyan and Matilda his wife 
def. Trewenhelek and appurtenances in Resgerans, Gluvyan Margh, and Treworrwale Vyan settled 
on Odo and his wife, rem. to Jno. Arundell, Esq., son of Jno. Arundell, late of Bydeford, rem. to 
Rich. Tregoys, Esq., rem. to Rich. Penpons and Amicia his wife, rem. to right heirs of Matilda. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 37 Hen. VI. No. 2. Roger Treouran qu. Johanna, who was wife of Adam 
Vyvyan, and Will. Fox and Agnes his wife def. In Erthholewode, Porthpigan, Orchard overa 
Saltash, Drussell, Tremalik overa Penquyte, Fen Carpenters, Paytevynespark, Coleford, Tremargh, 
Rowehill, Tredynnek, Furson, Neweton (Neweton was held by Vivian of Trevidren, Inq. 11, Rich. 
II., No. 83), Tretharup, etc., which Michael Power and Isabella his wife held for life ; of the 
inheritance of Johanna in Treneweth, etc., settled on Roger ; rem. to Johanna, who was wife of 
Adam Vyvyan, and her heirs. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 5 Edw. VI., Pasch. Jno. Connock, gent., qu. Stephen Vyvyan and Maria 
his wife def. In Penquyte al's Overa Penquyte, Fennesland, Tremaylek, Over Penquite al's 
Carpenters, Coleford, Tremargh, Rowehylle, Wolvecombe, Weylond, Pencradock, Staunton, 
Tredarope, Trenoweth, Tretharrop, Wallelond, Tregadock, Atte Water lands, and Lyskerd. Jno. 
C. paid Stephen £80. (These lands are named in Ped. fin. 37 Hen. VI. No. 2 as the inheritance of 
Johanna, widow of Adam Vyvyan, a coh.of Stephen Trenewyth, many of them were afterwards 
in the possession of Vivian of Trenouth and Trewan ; Stephen Vyvyan also held lands in 
Luxulyan, Rosilion in St. Blasey, etc.) 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 6 Edw. VI., Pasch. Jno. Collyns qu. Stephen Vyvyan def. In St. Austell, etc. 

Ped. fin. „ „ „ „ Jno. Rashlegh qu. Stephen Vyvyan, gent., def . Penyllike, 

Foxholle, and Holewood. 

Ped. fin. Pasch. Cornw. 6 Edw. VI. Will. Laaqu. Stephyn Vyvyan def. Perth Merthen, etc. 

Ped. fin. 5 Edw. VI., Mich., Cornwall, No. 6. Rich. Roscarrock and Rich. Chamond qu. 
Stephen Vyvyan, gent., and Maria his wife, def. Trenans Austell, St. Austell, Castellgothan, 
Tregorrek, Trethyrgy, and Boscovey al's Boscavevyn. Settled on Stephen V. and wife, and their 
heirs, rem. to John V., bro. of Stephen, rem. to Francis Bluett, Hen, Chiverton, and John 
Courteney, rem. to right heirs of Stephen for ever. 

Ped. fin. 7 and 8 Eliz. Mich. Cornwall. Jno. Robyn qu. Jno. Vyvyan, gent., bro. and heir of 
Stephyn Vyvyan, gent., defunct, def. In Trethyi-gy. 

Ped. fin. 8 Elizab., East., Cornw. John Vyvyan al's Trenoweth qu. Will. Tredenecke and 
Phillipa his wife, def. In Tredrym and St. Just in Roseland. 

Ped. fin. 15 Eliz., East. Cornw. Roger Flamank and John Vyvyan, gents., qu. Otho and John 
Merefeild, gents., def. In St. Columb Major, Tresawell le over, Tresawell le lower [Ralph Vivian 
of Trevidi'en — Trelawarren family — held Tresawell, 11 Rich. II., in right of his wife, wid. of 
Tresawell, see Inq. p. m. 11 Rich. II., No. 83), Tomyowe, Luxulian, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 16 Jas. I., Hill. John Prideaux qu. Rich. Vivyan and o'rs def, Treve- 
meder. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 17 Jas. I., Pasch. John Vivian, gent., qu. John Quych def. Manor of 
Retyn, etc. 

Chancery proceedings, Elizab. P. p. 9, No. 56 (1590). Henry Penrose al's Nicholas, and Mary 
his wife, v. John Vyvyan al's Cooke, Richard Vivian al's Trenowithe, and o'rs. To recover lands 
called Trethias in St. Meryn and Porthvyan in Lower St. Columb. Vyvyan answers that one 
John Trethias was seized in his demesne as of fee in Trethias Towen and Towen Wolas in St. 
Meryn and Porthvyan in Lower St. Cojumb, and had issue two sons, John, Pascowe, and one da. 
Emmott, and intending to marry his son John to Joane, da. of one Will. Cocke, granted all his 
tenements in Trethias, Towen Wartha. and Towen Wolas, and Trevanenher to have and to hold to 
said Joane and her heirs by said John Trethias, etc., with rem. to Pascowe Trethias, with rem. 
to Emmott, sister of said John and Pascowe. John died unmarried, and Pascowe took to wife 
said Joane, and died without issue, and said Joane was seized for life. Emmott mar. one John 
Vivian, and had issue John V., who had issue James V., who had issue John Vivian, the present 
defendant, and Emmot died leaving Joane tenant for life, after whose death the said tenements 
descended of right to James V., father of defendant, etc. Def. Vivian is stated by Complainant 
to be a " very wealthy man, substantially and greatly allied in the County." 

In the St. Columb ' Green Book ' the Vivian's temp. Elizab. .1580, spelt their name Vyvyan ; 
but in 1598 Thomas spelt his name Vivian, 

For additional information regarding this branch see ped, of Cavell, ' History of Trigg,' 
vol. ii,, pp. 162-3. 



256 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



S^pb^an. 



. . . ViYian=p 
I 

2 Tho. Vivian prior of Bodmin ^ John Vivian of Bodmin 

decimo H. VIII. in Com. Cornwall 



John Vivian=T=Elizb. Da. & Coh. of Tho. Tregof of 
of Bodmin I Penpole in Cornwall gent. 

Tho. Vivian ^ Edward Vivian of Key in Com.=Jane Da. of Jo. Tren- 
1 Sonne Cornwall liveing 1620 1 creke of St. Kaye 



Grace uxor Johis Hawes of Kaye in Com. Cornwall= 



4 John sone & heire Fran. 2 Reignold 3 ^ Mary 1 Elizb. 2 
at. 19, 1620 

* EDW. VYVYAN. 



' Thomas Vivian, Bro. ord. and reg. of St. Augustine Friars, and Sub. Prior, elected Prior of 
Bodmin 30 April, 1507, on the death of William John. (Bp. Oldham's Keg., p. 22.) Prior 
Vivian received the Tonsor 15 Sept., 1493, and ordained Acolyth the same day, being then 
actually a Canon of Bodmin. Elected Suffragan Bishop of Megara, and as such held ordination 
in Exeter Cathedral 30 May, 1518. Died 1 June. 1533. Tomb in Bodmin Ch. He was second 
Prior of Bodmin of the name, Will Vyvyan having been elected 8 Oct., 1435. 

2 Eich. Coryn (of Keuwyn) mar. Elizabeth, da. of John Vivian, brother of the Prior. Coryn 
Ped. in Coll. of Arms. 

3 Mr. Edward Vivian was bur. at Kea 23 Feb., 1630. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

■• The will of Barbara Vosper of Kea (sister of John V. of St. Columb Major, who mar. Mary 
Cavell), 12 Aug., 1658. P. P. C. 30 Dec. 1C58. Names her daughter Jane Haweis, her son-in-law 
John Haweis, her grandchildren Grace, Anne, Keginald, Jane, Mary, and John Haweis. 
5 Bapt. at Kea 2 Feb., 1617. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 
"' John Barges and Elizab. Vivyan, mar. 16 Jan., 1608. ' 

Thomas Vivyan and Joane Harris, „ 18 Oct., 1612. 

John Nicholas and Johan Vivyan. „ 24 Jan., 1615. 

Degorye Vivian and Tamsen Beddlarke his wife were 

married ye five daye of Maye, 1616. 

Thos. Husband and Miss Vivian mar. 1623. 

Thomas Vivyan, bur. 29 Dec, 1614. , 

Trusti-ame, son of Degorye Viviane, bap. at Kea 3 Dec, 1617.1 

John, „ Digorie „ ,, 15 Sept., 1622. / 

Hugh, „ John Haweis, „ 5 June, 1614. 1 Bp. of Exeter's 

Anne, da. of ,, bur. at Kea 4 Oct., „ ^ Transcripts. 

John, son of Digorye Vivian and Thamsyne, his I 

wife, was bur. at Kea 16 Dec, 1630. j 

Thomas Vivian, M.A., (brother of Prior V.) presented to the Vicarage of Bodmin 27 Nov., 
1516, by the Prior and Convent, on death of Thos. Holwell, M.A. 

Chan. Pro. Elizab. 9 May, 1597, M. m. 2, No. 51. Michell v. Challenor, Coryn, and o'rs. 
Sets forth that Thomas Vivian and Ann his wife were seized in right of his wife Ann for the life 
of the said Ann, of the moiety of Penveutynes, or Penventennow, in Kenwyu, and certain lauds, 
etc., thereunto belonging. (Ann was the da. of Eich. Singleton by Ann his wife, the da. and coh. 
of Eichard Coryn of Kenwyn.—' Visit. Cornwall,1573,' Add. MS. 14, 315, and Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 5.) 
For a memoir of this branch see ' History of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 307-8. 



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257 



2?ihpan. 



Arms. 1. Vivian. A. a Hon ramp. Gii., one foot on waves of the sea B. 2, Ferrers. 
3. Arundel, 4. Glyn. 5. Trethurf. 6. St. Aubyn. 7. Chalons. 
8. Charlton. 9. Leigh. 10. Courtenay and Redvers qrhj. 11. Trevisa. 

S"" Vyell Vyvyan K^=y=Margaret da. of Christopher count of Kildare in Ireland 



Joane wife to S"" Bartho- 
lomew Greenevile K* 



S'' Raph Vivyan=Katheriu d. of Reginald 
K* FaiTers of Boswithegie 



Umryell ^ Richard Vivyaii of Treve-=f=Constance d. of James Peferell ^ 
drian ob. a° 1331 I or S'' HuR'h Peverell 



Hugh 2 ^ John 3 * Willm Vivyon sonn=i=Claryce ^ d. of Henry Le Forte 
& heire ob. 1345 I of Pengersick ob. 1346 



Raph Vivyan=^ Alice d. of Peter Kemple or Kemyll ' 



^ Roger Vivyan=f=Isabell d. of John Anthorne 



Alice Joane Amor ^ John Vivyan=pHonor d. & h. of Rich. Ferrers of Trelawarren 



9 Richard Vivyan=f=Florence d. & h. of Rich. Arundell of Trerise '^^ 
\ 

" Robert Vivyan 2 sonne ^^ ^ Michaell=^i Thomazin ^^ d. Elizabeth " 



mar. Margret^^ d. & coh. 
of John Durant of Tre- 



Vivyan 
Sonne & 
heire 



& h, of John 
Glyn of Morvale 



James Michael ^* " Willm Vivyan ^^ John=Elizabeth Mar- Florence 



eldest Sonne served Vivyan 

Charles Earle of of Tre- 

Darby & was lawar- 

drowned on Passion ren 2 

Sunday a° 1520 s. p. sonne 



d. & h. of grett wife to 
Thomas John 

Trethurfe ^^ Fortescue 

of Spryle- 
ston 



17 John Vivyan=j='^ Ann d. of Baldwin Mallett of Devon 



1. Katherin mar. ^^Haniball^ 
to John Bonithoti Vivyan of 
of Gar clew Trela- 

— warren 

2. Barhara mar. 
to Humphry Yorke 
of Devon 



-^^ Phillip"^ da. & 3. Anne mar. to John Kestell 
one of the heires of of Kestell 
Roger Tremaine — 

of Devon 4. Christian ^^ mar. to Willm 

Fortescue 

5. Avis mar. to Ro. Ridge 

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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



|A 



I 

S"" Francis=j=Loweclay d. of John 



Vivyan "^ Is} 
eldest Sonne 



Connock of Treworoy 
in the p'ish of St. 
Cleere in Cornwall 



V 



21 Michaell Vivyan 23=Katherin 23 2 da. of 
Barrester of the James Nanspian of 

Middle Temple & Gurlyn in Com. 
now of Phillick in Cornwall Esq. 
Cornw. 2 sonne^^ 



Mill 



1. Margaret 



4. '-^ffambaJP'! 2. "^ Blanche-^ mar. 

— to Fra. Tredcnkh -^ 

5. RoUrt"^ — 

— 3. Anne sans issue 

6. ^-^ Roger "~^ 

7. 21 Charles'-^ 



I I I 

4. 21 Edith mar. 

Phillip Mayou of 
Cornw. 

5. Avis sajis issue 

6. Joane mar. to 
Nicholas ConnocTc of 
Treiuorgie 



1.-^ Phillip mar. Wal- 
ter Coade of M or vail 

8. 21 Dorothy ^o ma- 
ried Nicholas Bogans 
of Treleague 



Not signed. 



' Jane, da. of Rich. Vivian of Trevidren, mar. John Erissey of Erissey, Esq., and died a.d. 
1354 ; Isabella, da. of Rich. V., mar. John Aleth alias Abot of St. Martin's ; and Deyones, 
another da., mar. Henry de Tresweswith (Harl. MS. 4031, fEo. 85, 86). Rich. Vi\'yan held in 
Trevenwyn of Jocens de Dynham. Inq. p. m. 29 Edw. I. No. 56. 

' Sii' James Pevcrell in Coll. of Anns. 

3 John Vivian of Boshavarne mar. Alice, da. of Francis Gwennow of Pordhenis, and died 
A.D. 1355. Harl. MS. 4031, fo. 86. 

■* Melior, da. of William Vivian of Trevidren, mar. Rich. Rosmadres ; and Joane, another 
da., mar. Alan Trereneke. Harl. MS. 4031, ff. 85, 86. 

^ This marriage brought in a descent from Edward Godolphin of Pengersick. 

^ This match brought in a descent from Arundell and Helligan. 

' Ralph in Coll. of Arms and all other pedigrees. R.alph and Thomas Vyvyan were indicted 
for killing John Trebner at Mousehole. Inq. 11 Rich. II., No. 83. Lands named as held by 
Vyvyan. Neweton, Ti-evudryn, Melynnewyth, Trethyn, Sendelowe, Trevorungowe, and Tresa- 
well. Ralph Vyvyan held Tresawell in right of his wife Johanna, wid. of Robert Tresawell. 
Johanna, wid. of Adam Vyvian, held Ncn-cton, ped. fin. 37 Hen. VI., No. 2. John Vyvyan held 
in Tresawell 15 Eliz., see ped. fin. 15 Eliz., Easter, in notes to Vivian of St. C'olumb, ped. ante. 

* Pet. to Pari. 12 and 13 Edw. IV. John Vivian of Trelow.arren, gent., sets forth that on the 
2 Aug. 12 Edw. IV., when on his way to the Chapel of St. James, Tregoiirs (? Tregoney), on 
pilgrimage, John Gerves, John Mayowe, jun., late of Fowey, Rob. Toker, and o'rs, servants unto 
Thos. Trethewe, Esq., Coroner of Cornw., " arrayed in manner of werre, etc.," lay in wait to 
murder him and his, and wounded him, Anore, his wife, and Richard V. his son, and murdered 
" oon John Morthure, gent., nevewe and servaunte " to the said John Vivian. Rot. Pari., vol. vi., 
p. 54. 

8 Inq. p. m. 11 Hen. VIII. No. 39. Richard Vivian died 7 Aug. 9 Hen. VIII. William V., 
son of Michael V., dec, and Thomasine his wife, his grandson and heir, aet. 16 and more. The 
Inq. names his son Robert V. and Margaret his wife, and his da. Elizabeth, wife to William 
Cowlynge, and Will. C. their son. Rich. V. was called by Leland " a gallant courtier set forth by 
Somerset, Lord Herbert." 

'" Tliis marriage brought in descents from Sergiaux, Seneschal, and the Earl of Anindell, 
according to Arundell ped.,^wsf. 

" Named in Inq. p. m. 11 Hen. VIII., Note 9. 

'- He had a da. Margaret, mar. to Walter Kestell and Michael Hill, see Kestell and Hill 
peds., mite. 

'•^ She afterwards mar. Rich. Coode of Morval. 

'^ Of Skyburiowe. Bur. at Mawgan in Men. 31 Jan., 1560-1. (Par. Reg.) He mar. Jane, 
da. of Robert Hill of Hellegan ; she afterwards mar. Nicholas Fortescue of Mawgan (Fortescue 
ped., ante). Michael died 26 Jan., 3 Eliz. ChristianV., his da. and h. (born 25 June, 1560). aged 
half a year and more. Inq. p. m. 4 Eliz., pt. i.. No. 185. 

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{Notes continued.) 

'5 John Vivian died 18 May, 4 Eliz. Inq. p. m. 4 Eliz. No, 183. (Henry V., one of the 
jurors.) John V., son and heir. ajt. 36 and more. His da. Florence, wife of John Fortescue, his 
cousin James V. and Michael his brother, are named. He was ex'or to the will of Thomas 
Tretherffe, his father-in-law, dat. 20 Sept., 20 Hen. VIII. Proved in Archdeacon's Court of 
Cornwall, 26 Oct., 1529. Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Testamenta Vetusta, 1826. Among other 
lands he held Tremaynone (note, p. 262), Tredeneke, Fursdon, and Penquite. 

"' This marriage brought into the Vivian family a royal descent through Courtney, Earl of 
Devon, by the daughter of Humphry de Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, who mar. Elizabeth 
Plantagenet, da. of King Edward I. 

17 He died 24 July, 19 Elizab., and was bur. at Mawgan in Men. 1 Aug.. 1577. (Par. Eeg.) 
Inq. p. m. 20 Eliz., No. 22. Haniball Vivian, son and heir, aged 23 and more. The Inq. 
recites an Indenture made 16 Aug., 4 and 5 Phi], and Mary, between him and John Mayow, 
alias Vivian, of Pollawyne. His eldest son John V. mar. Johanna Harrye in the ch. of St. Ladoc, 
and died at Arallas in St. Enoder, 28 Sept., 6 Eliz. (Inq. p, m. 15 Eliz., No. 159), leaving two 
dau'rs and coheirs, Johanna and Ama, twins, aged 11 years and more (in ward of John Cosgarne). 
Johanna, the widow, afterwards mar. Peter Bennett, and commenced a Chancery suit — 
" Peter Bennett and Joahne his wife, late wife of John Vyvyan, Esq., dec, v. Hanyball Vyvyan, 
Esq., and others." B. b. 25, No. 51. Claiming right of dower in one-eighth part of lands, etc., 
in Devon and Somerset. The proceedings set forth that the lands in question were the property of 
John Vyvyan, late husband of Joahne, and the elder brother of Haniball V., who after his 
brother's death had forcibly entered upon and taken possession of the said lands, etc. Ped, fin. 
Mich., 4 Eliz., set forth in the Inq. 20 Eliz. Thomas and Adam Mallet qu. John Vyvyan def. 
Settled lands in Devon upon Haniball V., second son of John V. and Ann his wife, 

IS Bur. 13 May, 1592. Mawgan in Men. Par. Eeg. 

" " Hannyball Vivian of Trelowarren, in the co. of Cornw,, Esq., from Gibson's howse in the 
Friers," Bur. Feb. 20, 1609. St, Dunstan's in the West, London, Par. Keg. Will dated 30 Nov., 
1608. P. P. C. 1609. Names his wife Phillipa, one of the dau'rs and coheirs of Koger Tremayne 
of CoUacombe. Francis V,, his eldest son and heir, who mar. Elizabeth, da. of John Eashleighe 
of Foye, Esq.; son Michael, "in consideration of his having been a very chargeable son, far 
above the proportion of any two of his younger brothers, etc." Sons John, Haniball, Eobert, 
Roger, and Charles ; dau'rs Phillip, Johane, Blanch Tredinyek, Judith Mayowe, and Dorothy 
Bogans. Son Francis V., sole ex'or. Sir Will. Godolphin and Sii- Keginald Mohun, overseers, 
Chanc. Pro. Eliz. T. t. 11, No. 23. Hanibal Vivian, Esq., and o'rs v. Jno. Trejoskie. To protect 
rights in estates, etc. Trenhale in Newlin. 

"^ Eur. 8 April, 1612. Mawgan in Men. Par. Eeg. 

21 All named in will of Haniball V., note 19, but Mayow's wife is called Judith. 

!» Mar. 14 Oct., 1591. Mawgan in Men. Par. Eeg, 

23 Mar. 14 Oct., 1603. St. Earth Par. Eeg. 

2-» Bap. 1579, and mar. 26 Oct., 1596. Mawgan in Men. Par. Eeg. 

25 Francis Vivyan and Elizab. Eaishleighe, mar. 13 Jan., 1605. Fowey Par. Reg. 

2« Bap. 1576. (Mawgan in Men. Par. Reg.) Bur. 19 Oct., 1639. (St. Earth Par. Reg.) 
Will prob. Bodmin 1639. Inventory £279 : 16 : 4. Names his nephews. Sir Eich. and Michael 
Vivian, ex'ors. 

2? Bap. 11 July, 1589, at Mawgan in Men. (Par. Eeg.) Comptroller of the Coinage of Tin 
for the Duchy of Cornwall, and Keeper of the Gaol of Lostwithiel, Dom. Pap., Chas. I., Aug. 13, 
1625. Mar. Anne, da. of John Munday of St. Columb Minor. Eich. Munday, gent. Will 
6 Nov., 1643. P. P. C. 1647. Gives 20/- each to the children of his "brother-in-law, Haniball 
Vivian." King Chas. I. granted him a patent inasmuch as " The said Hanniball Vivyan hath, 
after much paynes and expences, invented and brought to p'fec'on an Engine of great use and 
p'fiitt both to us and our Subiects, Whereby one man alone can easily drawe as much water as 
otherwise ffower, and allsoe hoyse aU weighty things out of the said Tynne Woorkes, etc," 
Pat. Eoll. 10 Chas. I., No. 12. 

28 Bap. 1594 at Mawgan in Men. (Par. Eeg.) One of the Tin Farmers, committed to Gaol 
16 Jan., 1642, for refusing to pay over the money the House had ordered " unless the Eeceiver of 
the Duchy of Cornwall gave an acquittance, who as was informed was with the King's Army." 
State Pap. Ho. of Commons Journal, vol. ii., p. 929, He mar. Ellen Bennett 25 Oct., 1623, at 
Camborne. (Par. Reg.) 



20 Ban 1595 ") 

30 Bap. 1588! ] ^^''^gan in Meuege Par. Eeg. 



Sir Eichard Vivian, Kt., of Ti'elowarren, and Mary Bulteele 

of Barum, mar. lie. , p- . . t, • ^* ^fP*" ^^^^' \ Act Books, Exeter, 

Charles Vivyan, Esq., and Mary, da. of Eichard Erisey of f 

St. Nyott, mar. lie. 16 March, 1674. . 

Francis, son of Sir Viel Vyvyan, bap. at Mawgan in Pider 

26 Feb., 1689. I Archdeacon's 
Sir Vyell Vyvyan and Mrs. Jane Coode mar, „ 24 Jan., 1683. ( Transcripts. 

Sir Vyel Vyvyan bur. „ 27 Feb., 1696.J 

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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



(^Notes contimied. ) 

Powle. son of James V.and Jane his wif e,bap. 

William, „ John and Honor Vivian ,, 

William, ,, James and Jane ,, ,, 

James Vivian bur. 

Jane ,, widow ,, 

Avice, da. of James and Jane Vivian, bap. 

Jone, da. of Hauniball Vivian, gent., bap. at St. Just in Penw 

Elizab., ,, John Vivian ,, ,, 

Jone Veviane. widow. 



at Constantine 



at Glu'S'ias 



Thomas, 

Tristram, 

Avis, 

Justinian, 

Thomas, 



son of John Vivian, 



bur. 
bap. 



at. St. Keverue 



da. of Justinian V., ,, „ 

son of „ „ „ 

„ Thomas V., „ „ 

John Vivian and Margaret Bolythoe mar. ,, 

Thomas, son of Thomas V., bur. ,, 

Haniball, ,, Hanniball Vivian, gent.,bap. at Lostwithicl 

John, „ ,, ,, ,, ,, 

Thomas, „ ,, ,, ,, „ 

Charles, „ Vyvyan Esq. & Anne ,, „ 

Anne, wife of Hannyball Vyvian, Esq., bur. ,, 
Lovedaie, 2d da. of Sir Francis 

Vyvyan, Kt. bap. at Mawganin Meueage 8 Feb., 1623 



30 July, 1608. ) 
10 July, 1612. 
20 June, 1629. 

2 May, 1636. 
27 Jan., 1637. 

10 May, 1625. 
26 Dec., 1597. 
30 Mar., 1600. 
10 Sept., 1598. 

30 Apl., 1599. 
20 May, 1610. 
1 Jan., 1670. 
19 Oct., 1673. 

23 Nov., „ 
26 Nov., 1670. 

24 Sept., 1664. 
9 Feb., 1623. 

22 Feb., 1624. 
15 Apl., 1628. 

11 July, 1G30. 

3 Jan., 1635. 



Sir Rich, Vyvyan, Kt,, 
Roger Vivian and Ellen Bennett, 
John Vivian, junior, and Jane Luke, 
Johnson Vivian and Elizab, Davey, 
John, son of Roger Vivian, 
William, „ „ 



Bp. of 

Exeter's 

Trans, 



Francis, 


,, 


j^ 


John, 


jj 


John Vivian, 


Robert, 


J, 


1, 


Roger, 


,j 


jj 


Francis, 


)) 




Johnson, 




J, 


John, 


it 


Francis Vivian, 


John, 




John Vivian, 


John, 


,, 


Johnson Vivian 


James, 


,j 


J, 


Johnson, 


„ 


,, 


Roger, 


, 


John Vivian, 


John Vivian, 





) Camborne Par, Reg. 



bur. ,, 10 Nov., 1665. / 

mar. 25 Oct., 1623. " 

„ 14 Feb., 1673. 

,, 24 Oct., 1685. 
bap. 10 Sept., 1626. 

,, 22 Feb., 1628. 

„ 15 Jan., 1640. 

,, 5 Apl,, 1651. 

„ 7 May, 1653, 
born 22 June, 165,5. 
bap, 18 Nov., 1657. 

,, 1 Mar., 1659. 

„ 9 Jan,, 1687. 

„ 20 Aug., 1689. 

„ 29 Sept., „ 

„ 15 May, 1698, 

„ 16 Aug,, 1701. 
bur. 22 May, 1679. 

„ Feb., 1689.; 

1 ic A 1 i/'.)o f St. Col umb Minor 
bap, 15 Apl., 1628. 1 Par. Reg. 

) Constantine Par. 
mar, 30 June, 1671. j" Reg. 

^•"^3 ■ I St. Earth Par. Reg. 



bur. 9 April, 1693. 



] St, Eval. Par. Reg. 
Illogan Par, Reg. 



Mawgan in Men. 
Par. Reg. 



Thomas, son of Annibal Vivian, 

Sir Viel Vyvyan and Thomazin, da, of James 

Robyns, gent,, 
Francis Vivian and Mary Childs, 
Francis Vevian, 
Sir Richard Vivian of Trelowarren, and Mrs. 

Mary Vivian, mar. 9 Nov., 1697, j 

Constance, wife of Vivian of Christeroy (?) biir. 1 Aug., 1541. 
"WTiillem, da, of Mr, Hannibal Vivian, Esquier, bap. 1590.\ 

John, the eighth son of Sir Francis Vyvyan. Kt. „ Jan., 1620. 
Viel, son and heir of the Rt. Worsh. Sir Rich, 

Vivian, Kt., and Lady Mary. „ 20 May, 1639. 

John, son of James and Phillip Vivian, ,, 1640. 

Mr. James Vyvyan and Phillip Warne, mar. 6 Oct., 1634. 

John Truran, Esq.. and Mrs. Cordelia Vyvyan ,, 3 Jan., 1673. 
Sir Vyell Vivian, Kt. & Bart., and his Lady Jane, „ 24 Feb,, 1683. 
Francis Vyvyan. Esq., bur. 29 Nov., 1686, 

Michael Vivian, Esq., and Maiy Erricke, mar. 16 Jan., 1640.' 

Michael Vyvyan, gent., and Grace Maddeme, ',, 31 A\ig., 1652. 
John, sou of Michael Vivian, gent., and Mary, bap. 1641. 

Loveday, da. of ,, „ „ 1653. 

Ann, „ „ ,, „ 1655. 

Mary, ,, „ „ „ 1656. 

Grace. „ Michael Vyvyan, gent., ,, 1661, 

Elizab,, ,, ,. „ „ 1663. 

Francis, son of Michael Vivian, bap. 3 July, 1666, bur. 7 Mar., 1667. 
Michael Vyvyan. Esq,, „ 12 July, 1676. ^ 

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THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 261 

{Notes continued.') 

Henry Vivian and Alice Martyn mar. 20 Oct., 1600. Wendron Par. Keg. 

Michael Vivyan of Pulsack, Cornw. Will, Bodmin, 1676. Inventory £882 l.Ss. 4d. Names 
liis vnfe Grace, daughters Loveday, Grace, and Elizabeth, and " Henry Polkinghorne, son and 
heir of Roger P., my son-in-law." 

Will of Mary Vivian, spinster, 16 Dec, 1662, P.P.C. 1662. Names her brother Thankfull 
Owen's sons Thankfull and Philip, cousin Francis Howell, bro. Sir Rich. V., Kt. and Bart., bro. 
Michael V., cousin Haniball V., Anne Greatbatch, sister Loveday Owen. Thankfull Owen ex'or. 

Will of Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelawarren, 1 Aug., 1665, P.P.C. 1666. Names his wife Mary, 
dau'rs Arabella, Elizabeth, Cordelia, Diana, and Anna, Charles V. his second son. Deed 15 Apl., 
1651, conveyed to trustees certain lands in parishes of Cubert, Peransand, Mawgan in Meneage. 
St. Keverne, Constentine (PoUawin, etc.), Camborne, Cury, Budock, and Illogan for the use of 
himself and his heirs male, in default to the heirs male of his father. Sir Francis V., dec, in 
default to his own right heirs for ever. His first son Vyell V., his sister Loveday Owen. Son 
Vyell V. sole ex'or. 

Francis Vivian of Cosowarth, gent. Will dat. 9 Ap., 1689, Archd. Court, Cornw. Names 
sisters Leach and Beauford, nephew John V., cousin Margt. Martyn. Devises all his lands to his 
child Mary Vivian, sole executrix. He desired his father, bro. Vivian, bro. John V., and cousins 
Richard Scobell and Francis Scoben(his son) to manage the estates for the good of the executrix, 
and to sell anything except the Barton of Cosowarth, to pay debts. 

Will 1712, Archd. Court, Cornw. " I, Richard Vivian, of Trelowarren, Co. Cornw., Bart." 
Styled Richard Vivyan of Trelowarren in 1712 in the will, and Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren 
in 1721 in the codicil. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 14 Hen. III., No. 1. Gilleb'm filiu' Viviani qu. Warin fil. Perlonis def. 
Advowson of the living of Queidike (Quethiock). Warin paid Gilleb. two marcs of silver quit claim. 

Ped. fin, Cornw. 22 Hen. III., No. 9. Jordanus de Trevage qu. Vivian de Treviniel def. 
Trevathelek. Vivian paid one marc of silver quit claim. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 28 Hen. III., No. 16. Andrew de Trevagan qu. Vivianus de Treviniel def. 
In Rosalen. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 39 Hen. III., No. 1. Vivianus de Trevyniel pet. Andrea de Treverga ten. 
Trekurnel. Andrea paid V. foiu- marks of silver. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 30 Edw. I,, No. 9. Richard Vyvian de Trevydrun qu. Hervieus de Alta 
def. In Alta. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. and Devon, 1 and 2 Ph. and Mary, Hill. James Vyvyan and Thos. Mallet, 
gents, qu. John Vyvyan, sen., Esq., and Elizabeth his wife def. Lands in Devon and Arrallas al's 
Argallas, Medeshole (Michell), Skewys, Reserens, Trenhale, Illogan, Gwynyer, etc., co. Cornw., 
settled on John Vivian, second son of Jno. and Elizabeth, rem. to Margaret Boullcr, sister of 
said Elizabeth, and her heirs by Edw. Courtney, late her husband, rem. to John TretherfEe, rem. 
to Thomas T. his bro., rem. to right heirs of John V. and Elizabeth. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 13 Elizab., Mich. Jno. Cougan qu. Christopher Vyvyan def. Lands called 
Bodgali in Lanlivery. 

Ped. fin. Cornw., Mich., 13 and 14 Elizab. Humphry Sydnam, Thomas Malet, Nicholas 
Flamock, John Collyns and or's qu. Humfry Vyvyan and Florence his wife def. In Tregoney 
Burgh and St. Kebye. Paid Humfry V. and Florence £40. 

Ped. fin. Cornw., Hill., 38 Elizab. William Coode qu. Haniball Vivian and Phillipa his wife 
def. Lands in Morvall. William paid Haniball and Phillipa 130 marcs of silver. 

Cor. Reg. Roll 1 Edw. I., Pasch., Cornwall, No. 3. Marcus le Cornwaleys v. Herveyus Vivien, 
Ranulphus de Treuronet, Alan de Treuronet, and others. 

Cor. Reg. Roll 1 Edw. I., Pasch., Cornwall, No. 4. Peter de Nanscoet v. Radulphus de 
Vivien and Luca de Tremidren. Trespass in Rosplede. 

Cor. Reg. Roll 30 Edw. I., Trin., Cornw., No. 170, case 14. Lucam Vyvyan and Vivianus 
Poer and Vivianus de Eskler named in suits. 

Lay Subsidies, 1 Edw. III. Parish of Paul — John Vivian paid 4s., John Vivian Is. St. Levan 
Par. — Viviano Poer, Viviano Bodeler. Sennan Par. — Viviano Ised, Viviano Trevergan. 

Lay Subsidies, 29 Hen. VI., 87 — 92. Odo Vyvyan and John Vivian held in fee lands value of 100s. 

The name of Vivian was used as a prenomen in England as early as Will. Conquer. (Vide 
Visitation of Lancashire, Harl. MS. 1468, fo. 78.) Vivian de Molynes, son of William de Molynes, 
temp. Will. Conq. Rot. Chart. King John. The Vivians held lands in co. Somerset A.D. 1200, 
and T. Vivian was Archdeacon of Derby A.D. 1199. Rot. Litt. Pat. King John. Ralph Vivian 
held lands in Lincolnshire, also Lucian Vivian and his two sons Thomas and Galfrid. 

Rot. Litt. Pat. 14 King John. Rex Willo de Harecurt, etc. Sciatis quod Lucianus 
de Arquiir fine' fecit nobisc' per delibaco'e sua a prisona nostra in qua est eo q'd capt' fuit in 
Castro de Carickfergus per cent, marc etc. Thom' filiu' suu' primogenitu' Galfrid' fil' suu' jun. 
et Radulphum fil' Viviani fratris sui primogenitus quos W. Com. de Warrem comisim' custodiendo 
etc. Grantham, 23 Feb., 14 John. 

Rot. Hundredorum, vol. i. p. 13, Berkshire, 4 Edw. I. Dn't q'd Gervasius Vivien de Nuibyr' 
(Newbury) fecit duci lanas ad p'tes t"nsmarinos durante discord, etc. p' Johem Vivian filiu' suu' 
p' portu. Suht. et Portesmue sz nesciut' quo warranti necquot faccos. It. Will's Tabernar' cepit 
dece' marc' et alia dona de Joh'e de Dereby attach' cu' manupe' de magno latrocinio ut abire eum 
a prisona p'mitt'et, 

[_Nbtes contmued on next page. 



262 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



WBthhtx. 



Willm Webber de Amell in^. . . . filia Willmi Mathew of St. Kew et 
p'ochia de St. Kew Relicta of Harp of the same 



John Webber of Amell in the p'ish of=Jone Da. of ... . Trwebody of Trengale in 



St. Kew in Com. Cornwall gent. 



p'ochia de St. Clcere in Com. Devon (sic) 



I 

Susan Da. of Digorie=|= John Webber of Amelb 
Polewheele of Tre- I in p'ochia de St. Kew 
worgan in Cornw.ux. gent. 
2 



=Honor Da. of John Call- George 
woodley de Padstow in Webber 
Com. Cornwall Esq. ux. 1 2 fil. mar. 



1 Digorie Webber 


1. 


Katherin 9 


Richard Webber 


Matheus fil. 2 Honor fil 


3 fil. aatat. 4 




— 


fil. Primogenit. 


a3tat. 19 unica ob 


annoru' 


2. 
3. 


Joane 6 
Susan 3 


a3tat. 21 annoru' 
1620 

* 


annoru' 1620 s.p. 
JOHN WEBBER. 



emijite. 

Oliver White of St. Stephens iuxta= 
Launston in Cornwall 



01iv'Wliite=AliceDa. of 
of St. Ste- I Pet' Man- 
phen's naton of 

Mannaton 

Esq. 

A 



I 
Anne ux' 
Jo. Hext 
of Lan- 
ston 



Margf ux' Edw. 
Kempthorne of 
Hockland in 
Devon 



John 2 Beaton Jane ux' 
Sonne 1 Da. Jo. Cole 

of Link- 

inghorne 

inComw. 

{Notes continved.) 

Exchequer Depositions, 31 Elizab., Hillary, Cornwall, No. 2-1. Nicli. Courtney v. Rich. 
Bennett, John Slade, and William Slade. Plea of lands in Tremayiion and Goodorock. Thomas 
Vy\7-an dwelt at Tremaynon, and died suddenly in a field at Trevarrack (his property). His son 
William V. was slayne about a mile distant from the lands in question, and his three daughters 
and coheiresses were Christian, mar. to John Slade, OlyfE, mar. to Rich. Polkinghorne, and Agnes, 
mar. to Perys al's Paris John of Helston, after their father's death. 

For an account of the family of Vivonia or Vivian, see ' Collectanea Topographica ct Genea- 
logica,' vol. vii., p. 137. 

The additions in italic are taken from Harl. MS, 1091, fo. 102, and the pedigree is continued 
in that MS. dowH to A.d. IG-IO. 

We may note here that the name of Vivian has been spelt with i or y indifferently. The 
very earliest record of the name in England, temp. Will. Couq., gives it Vivian, The use of 
the y began about the time of Edw, I,, and has since been adopted by different branches of the 
family, 

* One of the Burgesses of Camelford, 12 Chas, II, 

* Will of John Webber of Penponte in Parish of St. Kew, Yeoman, 7 March, 1607. P. P. C. 
1610. Names his wife Phillipp. sons John, William, Samuel, Nicholas, Francis, James, and 
Digory, dau'rs Elizabeth, wife of Geo, Sheere of Plymouth, Johane Meacke, and Honor Tamline. 
Son John, sole ex'or. 

For continuation of pedigree of the Family of Webber of Amell, and memoir of the Webbers 
of St, Kew, see ' History of Trigg,' vol, ii,, pp, 166-168, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 263 

I A 



Thomas 2 sonne Samson 3 sonne Willm 4 sone OliTer White sone & hey. at. 17 

at this p''sent a ward 

» OLIVER WHITE. 



gtetlltams. 

To enquire for the Coate of Williams of Dorsetsheir. 

Jo. ESTCOTT. 

John Williams of Heringston in Dorsetsh.=j=Da. & sole hey Rich, of Trevervo 
came to Trevervo in Com. Cornwall I in Com. Cornwall 



Willm Willms of Trevervo===Da. of Jennings of Clemense in Cornwall 



1 John Williams of Trevervo==^ Florence Da. of Pendarvers of Camborne in Cornw. 



2 Baltizer Williams=T=Elizb. Da. of Rich. Robts of 
of Trevervo I Trwro in Com. Cornwall 



3 Rich. Williams of Trevervo in^f^ Ellin Da. of Willm Younge of 
Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 I Trent in Com. Som'set 



* Grace, dau. of Oliver White, gent., and Audrey, bap. at ") Bishop's Tran- \ 

St. Stephen's by Launceston 1630. j scripts. 

Catherine, dau. of Mr. Oliver White and Jane, bap. Sep. 3, 1686. \ Alternon Par. 
Mrs. Catherine White, widow, bur. Mar. 6, 1684. j Reg. 

Thomas, son of John White, gent., bap. 1605. ) ^^ 

Richard, „ „ ,, „ 1609. > „ 

John Billing and Bridget White mar. 1688. ) ^" 

Charles, son of Hugh White, clerk, and Jacket his Lr-imoi^^l^i var- I (J- ^0 

wife bap. Ap. 1, 1627. C^^^^'^^ ^^^- ' 

Hugh White, clerk, bur. 25 Nov., 1679. | ^*- ^^^^^^ ^^^" 

Robert White of Key, gent., and Jane Phillips mar. Mar. 28, 1690. ] ^°"^^eg ^^^' 

John, son of Henry White, clerk, and Hannah, bap. 8 May, 1716. |^^*^^eK ^^^'' ^ 
For a short descent of White, see Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 14. 

1 John Williams of Probus and Florence Pendarves mar. 28 Sept., 1549. Camborne Par. Reg. 

2 Balthazar Williams generosus nup. Parochiee de Probus sepult, fuit Decimo quarto die 
mensis Septembris 1608. Truro Par. Reg. 

5 Mr. Richard Williams and Mrs. Helen Younge mar. at Probus 6 Feb., 1608. Bp. of 
Exeter's Transcripts. 



264i THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

A| 

Hugh 2 Henry Rich. 4 i Baltizer sone & heire John 5 Fran. 1 Radigund 
Sonne 3 sone sone aLat. 11, 1620 sone Da. at. 12 2 Da. 

RICHARD WILLIAMS. 



1 Balthazar Williams and Anne Paynter mar. 24 Nov., 1630, at Sithney. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

* Elizb., da. of Courteney Williams, gent., bap. at Probus 18 Oct., 1715.) 

- ■ ■ ~ „ 20 Feb., 1718. }-Archd. Trans. 



Eich., son of „ Esq 

Rich., „ ,, gent., bur 

Mary, wife of Hugh Williams, gent., 
Elizb., da. of „ ,, 

Rich. Williams and Thomazin Clemence 
Otes Willim and Tamson his wife 
Harri ,, and Elizab. „ 
Jno. Williams, jun., and Kath. Lanion 
Mr. Zachary Williams of Helston and Mrs. Cath. Pendarves 
of Truro mar. 



bur. 



mar, 
mar. 



1715.) 
9 Feb., 1684. ) 

„ > St. Austen Par. Reg. 
5 Feb., 1594. ) 
19 Nov., 1540. 1 
11 Oct., 1546. 
16 May, 1668. \ Camborne Par. Reg. 

1718. J 



Rich., son of Rich. Williams, gent., and Elizb., bap, 

Michael Williams and Katherine Trewavas mar. 
John Williams and Martha Tremaine „ 

John ,, gent, and Jana Maunder mar. (apud 

St. Mcwan) 

Tho, Peutire and Thomazine Williams mar. 

Thos. Williams bap. 
Edw., son of Michell Williams, „ 

Davyd, „ „ „ 

Michael, „ „ „ 

Michael Williams and Katherine mar. 
Davy „ ,, Margt. Dickwood ,, 

Tho. Williams and Dorothy Harris ,, 

Chas. Williams of St. Twin and Jane NichoUs of 

Gulval 

Walter, son of Tho. Williams bap. 



1692 



25 Feb., 1649. 
20 Jan., 1669." 

29 Apr., 1699. 
1701.. 



9 ■) St. Columb Major 
"■] Par. Reg. 
St. Erth Par, Reg, 

■ St, Ewe Par, Reg, 



Willyam, „ Mr. Wm. Williams 

Roger, 2nd „ Wm. Williams, gent., 

Otho, „ Edw. ,, 

Humphry, „ Wm. „ 

Scipriau, „ Otho ,, 

Michael, „ John „ 

John, „ Humphry Wyllyams, gent., 

Bickington, Dev., 
John Williams of Helston, gent., and Mary 
John, son of Jno. Williams of St. Tallin, 
Michael, son of Henry Willim, 
Alls, da. of Humphre Willms, 



1543. 

8 Mar., 1570. 
1578. ( 

10 June, 1G15. 

1568. 

1579. 

7 Jan., 1672, 

27 Feb., 1676.) 
1566.- 
27 Nov., 1598. 
24 July, 1600. 

9 Mar., 1622. 
24 Ap., 1625. 

1656. I Gwinncar Par. Reg. 
and bur. 1658. 
at High 



•Fowey Par. Reg. 

Gorran Par. Reg. 
Gulval Par. Reg. 



mar. 
bm'. 
bap. 



1660, 
1689. 
5 Jan., 1658,^ 
10 Nov., 1566. } 
20 Jan., 1594. j 



William Williams of Probus and Christian, da. of Jno. Best 

of Lamorran mar, 4 Oct., 1687. 

Peter, son of Mychael Willia, bur. 10 Sep., 1577. 

Hugh Williams, gent., and Jane mar. 22 Nov., 1637. 

Eobt. Williams of Constantine and Eliz, Erisey 

of St. Nyott „ 9 Jan., 1689, 

Eich. Williams of Probus, gent., and Mary, da. of Wm. ") St, Michael Penk, 

Courtney, gent,, dec, of this parish mar. 22 Dec, 1662. J Par. Reg. 

[_Nbte contlnved on next page. 



Gwithian Par, Reg, 

I Lamorran Par. Reg, 

Ludgvau Par, Reg. 
Luxyllian Par. Reg, 

I Mabe Par, Reg, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



265 



gietiiouspp. 



Lennard Willoughby of Turners piclle in Com. Dorc. 



Edward Willoughby Nicholas Willoughby of=pJohan da. of 
Sonne & heire St. Enneder 2 Sonne Langeston 



George Willoughby of=j=Jane da. of Sampson 
St. Enneder in Com. Tremaine of St. Kew^ 



John Wil-=f=Catherine da. of 



Cornub. living: 1620 



I I 

Ann eldest da. wife Jane wife to Tho- 

to Zachary Arrun- mas Cooke of 

dell of St. Ennoder Trewro 



loughby 
2 Sonne 



John Collyns of 
St. Enneder 



John Willoughby Johan wife Mary 1 
sonne&heire Eetat. to Arthure 
18 annoru' 1620 Gyll 

GEORGE WILLOUGHBY. 



Antho. Wills of Saltaslie=j=Da. of Wootton of Ingleborn 
in Cornwall I neare Totnes 



Rich. Wills=rMary Da. of Wm. Carnsew 



Digorie Wills=rMary Da. of Tho. CoUyn 
Al 



(^Note continued.) 

Erasmus, son of John Williams, 

Kich., son of Lewis Williams, 

John Eobins and Jane Willyames 
Hugh Williams 
Mr. Hugh Williams 



bap. 



mar. 
bur. 



1587 



•I 



Peranuthno Par. 
Keg. 
1574. Phillack Par. Eeg. 

nAp.:;m:lTy-rd..athPar. 
25 May, 1721. \ ^" 

8 July, 1673. St. Winnow Par.Reg. 



Wm. Williams and Anne Tyncomb m 

Besides the Herringstone branch, there appears to have been two or three respectable families 
of the name of Williams in Cornwall deriving from Devon and Wales, and rendering the identi- 
fication very intricate, as these numerous specimen Registers will shew. The Gwumear, Gwithian, 
and Phillack entries apply chiefly to the family seated at present at Carnanton. Michael was 
the prevailing name in a family now seated at TreguUow and Carhais Castle. 

For more of Williams, see Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 85. 



' ? St. Ewe. 

* For another branch of Willoughby see Trevelyan Papers, pt. 3. 



2 M 



266 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



A| 



Rich. Wills of Boatesfleminge in=j=Anne Da. of Rog. Westcot of 
Com. Cornw. liveing 1620 Plimouth in Devon 



Digorie Rich, sone & heire 
2 Sonne atat. 8, 1620 



Anthonie 3 Sonne atat. 
2 raonthes 1 620 



Anne a dau. 
at. 2 



RIC. WILLS. 



Lawrencius Woodnoth=Margaret filia Johis Rope 
2 filius Georgij I de Stapbley Arniig' 



Johes Wodenoth fil.=Elizab. fil. 
et hjeres de Shaving- Rog' Wal- 
ton then 



Thomas Wodenoth=i=Francisca. fil. Henrici 



filius secundus 



Chfford de Boscombe in 
Com. Wilts 



Prisilla uxor Chris- Debora nupta Theophilus Wodenoth=Maria fil. Jacobi Spicer 



topheri Oughe de Hen. Fragle 
St. Cleere in de Le Sante 

Cornw. in Cornub. 



de Linkeuhorne in 
Com. Corn, et rector 
Eccliffi ib'm. 



of St, Gorrin in Cor- 
nubia, who came out of 
the East Countrey 



THEOPHILUS WODENOTE. 



* Peter, son of Mr. William Wills and Bessie his wife, bur. at St. Stephen's juxta Saltaslie 
20 Aug., 1608. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 



1633. 



Ambrosia, da. of Francis Wills, Esq., bap. at St. Stephen's by Saltash Mar. 31, 
_Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 



bap. 



Mary, wife of Tliomas Wills, gent., bur. 24 Nov., 1657. Week St. Mary Par. Reg. 
Francis Maniiington, Clerk, Rector of St. Pinnock, and Joanna Wills of Saltash, 
mar. lie. 13 May, 1623. Exeter Act Books. 

Tho., son of Anthony Wills, gent., and Jcnopheth, 

John, „ 

Rich., 

Willm., 

Rich.. 

James, 

Rich., 

Rich. Wills and Winifred Longe' mar 

Nathaniel Will and Florence Will 

William Wills and Elizb. Devonshire !' 

John Andrew and Honour Wills 

Mrs. Susanna Wills bur. 



(J.M.) 



Willm Wills and Lore 
Edm'd Wills and Jone, 
Willm Wills and Lore, 



15 Mar., 1661. > 




4 July, i(;r,4. 
1665. 




1665. 




1680. 




1680. 


Gorran Par 


1682. 

Sept., 1670. 

24 Aug., 1702. 

1723. 


Reg. 


2 J.an., 1745. 




1682. J 





THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 267 

Nicho. sone of Rosfer Worthivall of Worthivall in Cornwall=T= 



I 
Edw. ■Worthivall=j= 

I 

I 
John Worthivall=F 



Stephen Worthivall= 



John "W orthivall= 



John Worthivall=F 



Stephen Worthivall=j= 



quere from this Rich. 1 _ _ Rich. Worthivall^ 
upward J 



Christ' Worthivall of Worthivall=FAnsticeDa. of Tho. Kestle of Bodman in Cornwall 



Walt' Worthivall of Worthivall^rMary Da. of Tho. Gain of Worington in Devon 



Christ' Worthivall of Worthivall in=Philladelphia Da. of Rich. Billen 
Com. Cornw. liveinge 1620 | of Hangar in Cernwall 



Mary 1 Da. at. 3, 1620 Philladelfia 2 Da. Elizab. 3 Da. 

CHRISTOPHER WORTHEVALE. 



St. Neot Par. 
leg. 



* Edward Wortlievale, gent., andSarab Millardmar. July 24, 1665. 1 ' -p^ 

"William Trevithick, clerk, and Mary Worthevale, both of 1 Poughill Par. I . j j^ s 

Lanteglos, mar. Dec. 12, 1669. J Reg. (^ " 

Joan Worthivale bur. Jan. 6, ITIS.I Probus Par. 

Elizabeth „ „ Jan. 28, 1718. J Reg. 

{Kote contimied onfoUowhifji 2'o^je, 



268 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL, • 



Henry Killigrew of Wolston=x=. ... da. & Coheir of Trelawny 



John Wrey of Northrasell=j=Blanch ^ da. & coheir of Henry Killigrew 
in Com. Devon Esq. of Wolston in Com. Cornub. 



I I I 

Philippa wife toGeorge=f= Jane wife to=f= Arthure "Wrey = Joyce da. & coheir of 
Upton of Puslich Peter Coriton I 3 sonne Tristram Harry 



George 2 William Upton 1 



William Coriton 



John Wrey of=Elinor da. & heir to 
Northrusell Bernard Smith of 
Esq. ob. s. p. Totness & widow 

of S-- John Fulford 



S-- William Wrey of=Elizabeth da. of S^ 
Northrusell in Com. W™ Courtney of 
Devon and of Tre- Powderham k'' 
beigh in Com. of Corn- 2 wife 
wall k* liveinc: 1620 



William Wrey sonne & heir JBtat. 20 annoru' 1620 



Edmond Wrey 2 sonne=j=Catheryn da. of John Prys of Horwell 



1 I I 

"\A illiam sonne & heir ret. 21, 1G20 John 2 sonne 5 daughters 

W. WREY. 



(J. M.) 



(iVofe continued.) 

Mar. lie. betw. John Baker of Tywardreth .and Elizabeth Worthevale of the same, N 
May 20, 1G40. 
„ ,, betw. Christopher Worthevale and Catherine Tucker of Cardinham, 

April 11, 16G4. 
„ ,, betw. William Williams of St. Juliot and Loveday Worthevale of 

Cambleford, spinster, Mar. 2, 1713. 
„ ,, betw. Richard Worthevale of St. La\vi'encc, Exeter, Taylor, and Blary 

Griffin of St. John's in same city, sp., May 16, 1737. 
„ „ betw. John Worthevale of Camelford, Taylor, and Ursula Masters of 

St. Bruard, sp., Feb. 26, 1742. 
„ „ betw. Christopher Worthevale of New Town, Ireland, and Mary Farn- 
ham of Camelford, widow, Dec. 26, 1746. ^ 

For account and continued ped. of Worthevale, see ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 663, etc. 
' Inq. p. m. 39 Eliz.. Pt. 2, No. 157. Blanch Wrey, widow, died 14 Dec, 38 Eliz. John 
Wrey. son and heir, aged 40 and more. 

* Francis, son of Sir Wm. Wrey, Knt., and Elizb. ux, bap. 1633 at St. Ive. Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 

William, son of Sir "William Wrey, Bart., and Lydia } Bishop's Ti'an- "^ 

Elizabeth his wife, bap. at St. Ive May 17, 1631. J 

Colan Blewett, son of Colan Blewctt of Little Colan, 
dcc'd, and Elizabeth Wrey, the daughter of Sir 
William Wrey, Knt. and Bart., dec'd. Contract ■ p 

published only. 1655.J ^^' 

Jane Wraye, gent., bur. Mar. 9, 1687."! p 

John Wrey „ Aug. 14. 1691. ^ '"' 

For more of Wrey see Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 141. 



scripts. 

St. Columb 

Major Par. 

Reg. 

robus Par. Reg. 



(J. M.) 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 269 



mi^Mi 



Tho. Wyvell of Crediton=j=Da. & Coh. of Clarke 
in Com. Devon I in Com. Som''sett 



Oliver Wyvell of Maristowe=p Alice Da. of ... . Gifford of 
in Com. Devon Halisburie in Com. Devon 



Tho. Wyvell of Wyvellscomb in=f=Thomazin Da. of John Whitford 
Com. Cornwall liveinge 1620 I of Sconor in Cornwall 



Fran, uxor Gifford Willes of Lanrack in Com. Cornwall^ 



Fran. 1 Sonne afcat, 18 1620 Katherin Da. Thomas 2 Sonne 
of Ambrose Eowse of Hawton Esq. atat. 1 6 



THO. WYVELL. 



i?nilt* 



^ Rich. Yorke of Wellington=j=^ Da. of S"" Andrew Lutterell 
in Com. Som'set de Dunster 



A Da. mar. to ... . ^^j^q^ Yorke of=Ellinor Da. of Hen. Waldron^ of Brad- 



Prediaux father to Wellington in 
S"" Nich. Predeaux Com. Som'set 



A 



feild & of his wife da. & hey. of Whiting 
of Devonsh. 



* Mar. lie. between Thomas Wyvell of Wyvellscombe, in the parish of St. Stephen's ^ / t lyr >, 
by Saltash, and Joanna Wills of St. Stephen's aforesaid, 15 Dec., 1627. 3 *■ ' '-' 

' Should be Koger Yorke, Serjeant-at-Law. 

Inq. p. m. Exch. 27-28 Hen. VIII. Rogeri Yorke, servientis ad legem, ob. Feb. 27 Hen. 
VIII. Thomas Yorke, son and heir, 15 years old at father's death. Names Sir Andrew Luttrell, 
bro.-in-law of Roger Yorke, and recites certain covenants in the event of Thomas York, s. & h., 
marrying Isabella Ernley, his step-mother's daughter. He married Eleanor Walrond as above. 

Roger York was called to be Serjeant-at-Law 1532. 

" Should be Eleanor, dau. of Sir Hugh Lutterell of Dunster. Coll, of Arms 2 C. 22. 

3 Chan. Pro. B and A Eliz. Yorke v. Butler. Humphrie Yorke, gent., grandson of Roger 
Yorke, Serjeant-at-Law. Said Roger died 27 Hen. VIII., leaving a son and heir, Thomas, under 
guardianship of Henry Walrond of Bradfield, Devon, Esq. Names manor of Comb Ryall, and 
lands in Wellington, Kingsbridge, West AUington, Crediton, Exeter, and Sampford Arundel. 
Roger York married a second wife, Margaret, widow of Anthony Ernley. 

Humphry York is named in will of Haniball Vivian of Trelowarren, 30 Nov., 1608, 
P. P. C. 1609. 



270 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



^ Humphrie=pBarbara^Da. John Vivian 
Yorke of of Trelawarren in p'ochia 
Fillack de Mogan Esq. 



1. Jane 
fet. 24 



2. Margt* 
18 



il 

Anne mar. to " Tho, 
Tresaher 



Mary Yorke mar. 
Francis Harvy Rector 
de Breae'ue 



I 2 
^ Sara mar. to Willm ^ 
Noy of Burrian 

HUMFRY YORK. 



Gwinear Par. Reg. 



See note 3, preceding page. 
Humphrie Yorke, gent. bur. 3 Sept., 1633. 
Barbara, wife of Humphrie Yorke, gent., bur. 1 March, 1631. 

Humfrie York gent , was married unto Barbara, the | Mawgan in Meneage Par. 

of John Vivian, Esquire, the (sic) of the f jiq„ 



..] 



1585.) 
18 Feb., 1586. 1 
2-1 Sept., 1589. 
16 Dec, 1593. \ 

2 Jan., 1603. 
18 Feb., 1608. 



da. 

month of 
Blanche, da. of Mr. Humfrye Yeorcke, bap. 
^ Sara, ,, „ ,, 

Christen, ., ,, „ 

•• Margt., „ „ ., 2 Jan., 1603. )Phillack Par. Reg. 

Xtian, ,, „ bur. 

* Willm Noy, gent., and Sara, da. of 

Humph. York, gent., mar. 26 Nov., 1606. 

^ See Tresahar ped., ante. 

* John Trewiunard, gent., of St. Ives, and Margaret, da. of Humphrye Yorke, gent., of 
Gwinnear, mar. 25 Ap., 1623, at Towednacke. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

Walter York, will prob. at Lambeth 2 Oct., 1505, Holgrave 36. Citz. and IMcrcht. of Exeter. 
To be buried in church outside the south gate of the city. Legacy to St. Gregory's, within the 
collegiate church of Crediton. Residue to Walter (Walthen) his wife, which Walthen after 
married Sir Hugh LuttercU, father-in-law of Roger Yorke. 

Roger Yorke married Eleanor, sister of Sir Andrew and da. of Sir Hugh Lutterell by 
Margaret, sister of Giles, Lo. Daubeney. (Coll. of Arms 2 C. 22. and Trevelyau Papers, pt. 3, p. ix.) 
Misc. Pap. Co. of Wards, temp. Hen. VIII., contains will of Sir Jno. Luttrell. Mention of lands 
as marriage jointure of " Welthian Luttrell, 2nd wief to Sir Hughe Lutterell," and a deed betw. 
Sir Tho. Windham and Roger Yorke touching the said lands and a payment of 300 marks to 
Roger Yorke and his wife. 

For continuation of Yorke, see 'Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i. 

It may be serviceable to the genealogical enquirer to remember that members of several of 
the Devonshire families migrated to Cornwall, following in the wake of relatives who acted as 
pioneers. Tlius in St. Earth, adjoining Gwinear, is found the marriage of Tho. Whiting with 
Grace, the da. of Arthur Painter, Esq., in 1611, with a numerous issue. The Whitings were 
related to Yorke, as the pedigree explains. One Whiting was afterwards Vicar of St. Earth. 
The Devon name of Honichurch is also in the same parish. In Gwennap was a colony of names 
all previously connected })y marriage in Devon, viz., Harris, Winter, Drake, and Crymes. The 
last two were successively '• Ministers " of the parish during the Commonwealth. Another list 
of names is found in Gulval, viz. Harris, Drew, Davy, Newman, Stukeley, and Honichurch. In 
Ludgvan the same, with the addition of Talbot of Tavistock. Their peculiar Christian names 
indicate their Devonshire origin. In Duloe and Morvalwere branches of the Stukeleys of Affton 
and of the Fortescucs, who were also in St. Winnow and Mevagizzy. Some county names extinct 
in Devon appear in various Parish Registers of Cornwall, — Eds. 



( 271 ) 



ADDITIONS. 



Eaynulfe Lord of Albominster & Stratton 2'^ son 
to John Earle of Arundell temp. H. III. 

^ S"^ Oliver Arundell of=f=Margery the Daughter & heire of Raynulph de 
Carshayes Knight Arundell Lord of Albominster & Stratton 2 son 

temp. Hen. III. marryed to John Earle of Arundell 



2 Radulph Arundell=rElizabeth y« Da. & heire of S' John Seneschall 
marryed Kn^ lord of y^ Mannor of Trerise 



John Arundell de Treres marryed=pJane Da. of Lupus of Tredannam 



John Arundell de=f=Jane y® Da. & Coheire of S^' Richard Sergeaunt Kn' who 
Treres marryed I marryed Phillip ye only child of Richard Earle of Arundell 



3 Nicholas Arundell=j=Elizabeth Da. & Heire of 
de Treres marryed S"" John Cheddore Kn*' 
A I 

1 Ex. h Rot. Fin. 65 Hen. III., m. 1, Cornw. Oliverus de Arundell et Margeria ux. eius, 
Joh'es de Kelerion et Johanna ux. eius dant dimid. manor, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw., Hill., 2 Edvv. I., No. 1. Olyver de Arundell qu. Kobert Tyi'el def. Trege- 
newe. Olyver gave one sparrowhawk quitclaim. 

2 Brev. Cornub. 31 Edw. I., 87/2. Ealph, son of Oliver de Arundell, held one knight's fee 
which his ancestors held in Trekynnen in Trigg. 

Cor. Eeg. Cornw. 31 Edw. I., Hill., m. 172. The jury present Roger de Ingepenne, Viscomes 
Cornubise, among other offences, for forcibly entering the house of Caiyhayes and breaking 
open the coffer of Ralph, son of Oliver de Arundell, which was sealed with the seals of the Arch- 
deacon of Cornwall and Lawrence de Arundell, and taking away one silver cup value 10s. and 
another value 40s., together with deeds, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw., Mich., 18 Edw. II., No. 4. John de Carmenowe Chivaler qu. Ralph de 
Arundell of Karyhays def. Reskere, Dysard, Landu, and Treuryek next the village of St. Wenn, 
which Isabella de Buleghe held for life of the inheritance of Ralph, settled upon John de Car- 
menowe and John de C. his son, rem. to the right heirs of John de C. 

3 There is apparently confusion here. Segar says that Randell (Ralph) Arundell mar. 
Elizabeth, da. and h. of John Steward (Seneschall), and had a son Ralph, mar. to Jane, da. and 
h. of Michael Trerice, temp. Edw. III., whose son Nicholas continued the line. Harl. MS. 4031, 
fo. 274, attributes two wives to Ralph, son of Oliver Arundell, the first named ; the name of the 
second agrees with Segar's account, but gives the descent as above, without mentioning a second 
Ralph, who, however, must have existed, as we find from proceedings Cor. Reg. Cornw., 50 Edw. 

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272 THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



^ S"" John Arundell=i=Jane y*^ Da. of Lupus of Cai-antock 



de Treres Kn' 
marryed 



& heire to her mother y'= Da. & 
heire of Durant 



" Nicholas Arundell=j=s the Daughter and heire to Edward 
de Treres maryed I S' John of Som''settshire 



* S'' John Arundell de=pAnne the Daughter of S'' Walter 
Treres Kn' marryed I Moyle of Estwell & Kent 



5 S"" John Arundell of=f=Jane y"^ Daughter of S'' Thomas 
Trerise Kn' marryed I Grenvile Kn' 



^ S"" John Arundell=f Mary y« Da, & Coheire of John Boevill of Guarnack 



K' of Trerise 
marryed 

{Note contimied.') 



Esq. 1 wife, the daughter of Arisie widd. to 
Gourlyn y^ 2^ wife by whom=f= 

B 



III., Trin. m. 120, John Tyntou v. William Lambron Chiraler and Johanna his vrife, that 
William and Johanna had abducted Nicholas, son and heir of Ralph Arundell of Trerice, a minor 
in ward of the said John T. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 33 Edw. III., No. 7. Ralph Arundell of Trerees and Johane his wife qu. 
Sir John Arundell and John Soor def. Govileymur, Govileybyhan, Fentongok, Polscoth, Trerees, 
Trenans, Trenewith, Trethygy, etc., settled on Ralph A. and Johane his wife and their heirs for 
ever, rem. to right heirs of Sir John A. 

By deed, 2 Mar. 32 Ed. III., Sir Jno. Arundell of Lanherne granted to his cousin Ralph 
Arundel of Trerise lands in Caeruner and Dunsfeld. — Communicated by Lo. Arundell of Wardour, 

' Ped. fin. 1 Hen. V., Comw., No. 1. Sir Nicholas Trerys and Margaret his wife qu. Sir 
John Arundell of Trerys and Johana his wife def. Tregantallan, Trenans, etc. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. and Devon 2 Hen. V., No. 18. John Cock qu. John Arundell and Johana 
his wife def. EfEord, Thorlbeare, Lanest, Crugantallan al's Tregantallan and Alet, co. Cornw., 
Whitesday .and Hundred of Blaketoriton, Lachebrook, and Hatherlegh, co. Devon, settled on 
John A. and Johanna his wife, rem. in part to Thomas Woyne and in part to the heirs of John 
Arundell. 

Ped. fin. 12 Hen. VI., Cornw.. No. 2. Baldwin Fulford qu. Sir John Arundell of Trerys, Kt., 
and Johanna his wife def. Marwynchurch. 

= Inq. 8 Edw. IV., No. 26. Nicholas Arundell of Trerice, settlement of lauds on Johanna 
his wife. 

5 Inq. p. m. 22 Edw. IV., No. 48. Johanna, who was wife of Nicholas Arundell of Trerice, 
Esq., died 5 July, 22 Edw. IV. Selworth, Luscombe, etc., in co. Somerset settled on Alice, late 
wife of William Seynt John, for life. Robert Arundell, son of John Arundell, son of Johanna, 
her grandson and heir, aged 1 5 and more. Inq. taken in Devon (attached). Manor and advowson 
of Lappeford, etc., settled on her son Alexander Arundell. Names her dau'r Johanna. 

•• Sheriff of Cornwall. Killed at the Mount when the Earl of Oxford surprised it, 10 Edw. 
IV. Inq. p. m. Y. 0, 7 Hen. VII., No. 111. James Arundell died 31 Dec, 6 Hen. 7. John Arun- 
dell, cousin and heir, aged 21 and more. 

5 Inq. p. m. 3 Hen. VIII., No. 1. Sir John Arundell of Trerice, died 12 July, 3 Hen. VIII. 
N.ames his wife Johanna, brothers Walter and Robert A. and wife Helena, sons Richard and 
Edward, and da. Elizabeth. John A., son & h., aged 17 and more, mar. to Maria, da. and coh. of 
John Bevill. 

« Inq. p. m. 3 Elizab.. pt. l,No. 8. Sir John Anmdell of Trerice, died 25 Nov., 3 Elizab. Names 
his son John, dau'rs Margaret, Mary, Joane, Grace, and Margery. John A., son of Roger A. his 
son, his grandson and heir, aged 3 years and more. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP CORNWALL. 273 

A I I B 



Eoger Arundell who=j=Elizabeth y« Da. of Robert ^ John Arundell fil. 
marryed {o. v. p.) I Trediiiham Esq. S'^ Robert Dennis 



John Arundell of Guarnack Esq. obijt sine prole John Arundell 



I 
Richard Arundell 



Not signed. 



Act Books, Exetei". 



1 Inq. p. m. 22 Elizab., Pt. i., No. 11 . John Arundell of Trerice, Esq., died 22 Elizab. Names 
his dau'rs Julian. Dorothy, Mary, Anne, and Catherine. John A., his son and h., aged 3 years 
and more. Will dated 14 Sept., 22 Elizab. Names his late father Sir John A. of Trerice, 
" Garthrewde," now his wife, Christopher, John, Robert, Eichard, Marie, Jacquett, and Blanche, 
children of Robert Arundell, Esq., of Camborne, son John A., dau'rs Julian, mar. to Rich. Carew, 
Alice, Dorothy, Mary, Anne, and Catherine. Overseers Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, Sir John 
Chichester, Sir Richard Greynvele, and o'rs. Prob. London 26 Nov., 1580. 
* John Arundel of North Tamerton, Devon, and Margaret Yeo of Brad- 
worthy, mar. lie. 2 June, 1671. 
. Philip Arundel of West Anthony, scarlet dyer, and Elizabeth Deeblo 
of same, spinster, mar. lie. 4 June, 1737. 
Henry Somaster and Alice Arundell, gent., mar. at Anthony ^ 

in the East 18 Dec, 1583. 

James Tremerne and Catherine Arundell mar. at Breage 

19 Feb., 1600-1. 
John Tresillian, gent., and Mary Arundell, gent., mar. at 

Mawgan in Pider 31 March, 1608. 

Mr. William Carnsewe and Ann Arundell mar. at Newlyn in 

Pider 1 Dec, 1610. 

Thomas Arundel of St. Columb Maj., gen., and Joanna Pyne 

of St. Goran, widow, mar. 1625. 

Edward Arundell, gent., and Jane Carmenowe mar. at St. 

Winnow 27 Nov., 1625. 

Emanuel Arundell, clerk. Rector of Stoke Brewer, and Elizab. 

Hope of Sheviock mar. at Sheviock 1626. 

John Arundell of Sithney, ar., and Margaret Cock mar. at 

St. Erme 20 July, 1636. 

Henry Arundel, ar., bur. at Sithney 4 Dec, 1610. 

Francis, son of Gabriel Arundel, bur. at Sheviock 1629. 

Dorothy, da. of Geo. Arundle, Esq., bur. at Mawgan in Pider 

19 June, 1634. 
William Arundell, gent., bur. at Newlyn in Pider 10 Maye, 1635. 
Saberin, da. of Hugh Arundell, bur. at Mevagissey 2 July, 1636. 
Mrs. Ann Arundel, wife of Rich. A. of Lanherne, Esq., bur. 



at St. Columb Minor 
Ye Lady Ann Arundell bur. at St. Columb Minor 



Bp. of Exeter's 
Transcripts. 



da. of 
son of 



William Arundell, 



John 
William 



Margery, 

John, 

Robert, 

John, 

James, 

Christopher, „ „ ,, 

Robye Trestene and Grace Arundell 

Eobye Arundell and Elizabeth Trenwith 

John Arundell and Ann Pendarves 

Katherine, wife of Christopher Arundell, 



bap. 



bur. 



1718. 
8 Sep., 1718. y 
14 Aug., 1612.\ 
Feb., 1615-6. * 
3 Aug., 1617. 
10 Sept., 1622. 

16 Nov., 1623. 

17 June, 1627. 
17 Jan., 1574-5. 

16 Apl., 1583. 

9 Sept., 1617. 

1 Mar., 1617-8.y 

[^Notc continued on next page. 
2 N 



I Camborne Par. Reg. 



274 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



{Note continued.') 

Charles, son of Rich. Arundel, day labourer, bap. 1725. St. Erme Par. Keg. 

Hugh, son of Francis Arundell „ 1 Oct., 1003. Ig^ Ewe Par Re? 

Alexander Row and Jane Arundell mar. li Nov., 1563. J 

Capt. John Arundell bur. 10 May, 1679. Falmouth Par. Reg. 

Bridget, da. of Sir Thos. Arundell, Knt., bap. 24 June, 1604. Fowey Par. Reg. 

Francis St. Aubyn of Crowan and Madron and Mrs. Anne "^ Gulval Par Res 

Arundell mar. 29 April, 1690. ) ' ^' 

Will. Arundell of Milor and Elijah., da. of Thomas Penwarne | Mawnan Par Res 

of Mawnan mar. 1651.) ' ^' 

Ann, da. of Thos. Arundell, Esq., of Tolverne. bap. 27 June, 1602. Menheniot Par. Reg. 

Hugh Arundell and Jane Nance mar. 3 Apl., 1632. Mevagissy Par. Reg. 

George Ai'undell. Rector 1629. ' 

Elizab., da. of Walter Amndel and Jone, bap. 1667. 

John, son of John „ and Ursula, „ 1668. 

Walter, „ Rich. „ and Bridget. „ 11 Apl., 1684. 

Gregory and Michael, sons of Rich. Arundell and Joane, bap. 1695. \ qt,„^- _i p„„ -d^^ 
Rich. Arundel and Bridget Balson mar. 19 June, 1683. i ^^eviocK rar. tieg. 

Henry Austin and Mary Ai'undel ,, 1696. 

Mrs. Kate Arundel, widow, bur. 1676. 

Walter „ ,. 1689. 

Bridget „ „ 15 Feb., 1693. 

John, son of John Arundel and Elizabeth, bap. 7 May, 1670.'! 

Susan, da.of „ ,. ,, 1672. I c!:ii„„„ t> -d 

John Arundel bur. 25 May, 1671. ^Sithney Par. Reg. 

Mrs. Katherin Arundel „ 19 Apl., 1688.J 

Roger Arundell, described in Doomsday Book as holding manors in Dorsetshire and Somerset, 
20 Will. Conqueror, had issue Gilbert de Arundell, first son, who mar. Rosamond, da. of John de 
Novaut, and had issue Richard Anindell, who by his wife Juliana had issue Sir Reinfric 
Arundell, mar. to Alice, da. of Sir J. Lanherne of Lanherne, Cornw. (another pedigree says John 
de Umfi'avile mar. the widow of Sir J. Arundell, viz. Alice de Lanherne). by whom he had issue 
Sir Humphry A., who mar. a da. of John Umfravil and had a son, Sir Reinfric A., temp. H. III. 
Sir Ralph A., his son, SherifE of Cornwall 44 Hen. III., mar. Eve, da. of Sir Richard de Rupe, 
Lord of Tremodrut, Cornwall, who by two deeds, dated Oct. 9, 1259, granted the manors of 
Trembleth and Tredjeysowo to Sir Ralph de A. on his marriage with Eva, his da. — Communicated 
by Lord Arnndell of Wardoui: 

Lay Subsidies, 31 Edw. I., 87/2. John de Umfravile held by Alice his wife one great fee 
in Lanherne. 

Cor. Reg. Roll, Pasch,, Edw. I. m. 13 d. Cornw. Ralph Arundell and John de Umfraville 
and o'rs, concerning a tenement in Conerton. 

Inq. p.m. 11 Rich. 2, No. 1. Ralph Arundell, chivaler, son of John A,, chivaler, son of John 
A. of Trembleth, chivaler. John A., bro. of said Ralph, his next heir, aged 22 years and more. 

Inq. p. m. 19 Rich. II., No. 15. Johanna Carminowe died 21 Feb. John Arundell, son of 
Sir John Arundell, son of Elizabeth, da. of Sir Oliver Carminowe, one of her heirs, aged 28 years 
and more. 

Inq. p. m. 35 Hen. VIII., War. and Liv., vol. i.,p. 84. John Arundell of Tolfem, Esq., died 2 
Mar., 34 Hen. VIII. Names his father John A., sons Thomas, Henry, Richard, and da. Marie, 
wife Matilda. Alexander A., his son and heir. 

Inq. p. m. 16Eliz.,pt.ii., No. 19. Thomas Arundell of Ley, died 3 Mar., 15 Eliz. Alexander A., 

his son and h., aged 24 at his father's death. Names his sons John, Robert, Thomas, and Digory. 

Inq. p. m. 13 Chas. I., pt. ii., No. 18. George Arundell died 29 Nov., 1636. Names his first 

wife Dorothy and second wife Elizabeth. Charles Arundell, son and h., aged 19 y"rs, 10 mo's, 

and 27 days. Lands in St. Eval, etc., co. Cornwall, Melcombe, etc, co. Devon, 

1 Edw. III. Lay Sub.. Cornub., 87/7. John de Arundell and John Ai'undell in Gorran. 
William Arundell in St. Michael's Mount. 

Ped. fin. Cornw. 46 Hen. III., No. 5. Ralph de Arundell and Eva his wife qu. Rich, de la 
Roche def . Tremblyth and Tredreyses settled on Eva, rem. to Rich, de la Roche and his heirs. 
Ped. fin. 8 Edw. HI., Div. Co. Ligula 1, No. 151. John d'Arundell Chivaler qu. Radulphus 
d'Arundcll Parsona eccl'ie de Colombo and John de Aldestowe def. In Manor de Morchard and 
Yevveton, co. Devon. JIan. do Tremleth and Treley, Medeshole, Tregenstock, Caerennor, etc.. 
CO. Cornwall. John d'Arundell's for life, rem. in tail to John his son. Johana, who was wife 
of John d'Arundell, held Morchard for life. 

Ped, fin. Cornw., 5 Hen, IV,, No. 4. John and Edmund Bottreux qu. Ralph Soor of Tolvern 
def. Tolvern, Carlennck, etc, settled on Ralph Soor, rem. to Ralph Arundell and Johanna his 
wife, rem. to Sir John Arundell and his heirs. 

Ped. fin. 22 Edw. IV., No. 1. John Arundell, Esq., and Alice his wife qu. Emanuel Assanes 
SuflBanus, Kt., and Amicia his wife def. Bosworgy, Tregose, etc. 

\_Note continued on next page. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 2*75 

{Note continued.') 

Pipe Roll Cornw., 31 Hen. I. Rob. Arimd. (Arundell) paid the sum of 12s. 4d. 

Placita de quo Warrant. 30 Edw. I. John Arundell of Lanherne, after his father's death 
(Sir Ralph), proved his title to the manor of Medeshole (Mitchell) as that which descended to 
him from his ancestors. 

Rot. Cane. K. John, Cornwall. Sibilla q. fuit ux. Willi. Arundell and Henry fil. Willi. 

Rot. Litt. Claus. King John, m. 10. Umfrido de Arundell plenar' saisina' de terr'qua fuit 
Will'o de Arundell. Avunculi ipsius Umfrid. de qua Will's fil. ejusdem Will, de A. qui est cu' 
inimicis d'ni Reg' est saisaua' h'uit et q»m idem Umfrid' die' ip'm. he'ditarie continge. Ap' Skelton 
viij. die Feb., A.D. 1216. 

By deed dated 2 March, 32 Edw. III. (A.D. 1358), Sir John Arundell of Lanherne granted 
to his covsin Ralph Arundell of Trerice lands in Caeruner and Dontsfeld. — Communicated by 
Lord Arundell of Wardour. 

Star Chamber 18° Hen. VIII. Lady Katherine Arundel, late wife of Sir John Arundel of 
Langerne, Knt., dec'd, complained that on September, 8 Hen. VIII., Nicholas Kendell, Wyllyam 
Vyell, Laurence Kendall, Stephen Kendall, all of the co. Cornw., gentlemen, " with dyvers other 
malefactors, mysgovernd p'rsons, to the numb, of 16 p'rsons, etc., and the s'd ryotouse p'rsons, etc., 
assembled about one of the clock of mydnight yn the sayde days and yere with force of armes, 
that ys to saye, with bowes, arowes, byllys, stafys, swords, bucklers, hand gonnes, cross bowes, 
short daggers, and howndes, entyred into the deere parke of y'r sayde subject callyd Helsbery 
Park, broke down, etc., spoyled and kylled the deere of y'r s'd subject, etc." 

Will of Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, dat. 8 Apl., 1433. Proved before Bishop Lacy at 
Chudlegh 7 June, 1433. Names his da. Johanne, cousin Isabella Bevylle, sons Renfrid and Sir 
Thomas Arundell. 

Will of Sir Thos. Arundell of Lanherne, P. P. C. 1485, Mills 29, mentions "my Lord Dynham, 
my Lady my moder Dame Jana Dynham," Roger and Charles Dynham. 

Will of John Arundell, Bishop of Exeter, 14 Mar., 1503, P. P. C. Names John Arundell, 
Peter Colsull, Walter Somaster, Humphry Arundell, and Thos. Whityndon, his cousin. 

Will of Lady Elizabeth, wid. of Sir Jno. Arundell of Lanherne, 12 June, 1564, P. P. C. 9 
Nov., 1564. Names her sons Sir John, Thomas, George, and Edward A., Lady Stourton, dau'rs 
Cicily, Mary, and Elizabeth, dau'r Katherine Tregiau, sister Jane Arundell, bro. Thos. Danet, 
sister Medley, "little da. Dorothie," god-dau'r Eliz. Tregian. Mrs. Isabell St. Aubyn, Cicily, and 
Edward A. ex'ors. 

Will of Thos. Arundell of Tremere, 29 May, 1571, P. P. C. 8 Nov., 1571, Names Elizabeth 
hisvsdfe and Thomas A. his son, ex'ors. Witnessed byhisbro's and sisters, friends, and servants — 
Cecily Arundell, Eliz. A., George A., Edward A., Jas. Carter, physician, etc. 

Will of Jane Arundell of Lanherne, 2 Sept., 1575, P. P. C. 31 Oct., 1577. Names nephew Sir 
John A., Lady Stom-ton, nephew and godson John, nephew George, niece Dorothy, nieces Eliz., 
Cyssell, Margaret, Gertrude, nephew Sir Matthew A., nephews Charles and Edward A., niece 
Kath. Tregian, niece Cecil the elder, niece and god-da. Mary, niece Eliz'th Hornell or Norwell, 
niece Isabell Arundell, nephew Thos. A., god-dau'r Eliz. St. Aubyn, niece Mary Ti-egian. 
^VitiiGSSGS IVErs IMnriG A. jiDd o rs. 

Will of Edward Arundell of Lanherne, Esq., 15 Oct., 28 Eliz., P. P. C. 10 Nov., 1687. 
Names bro. Sir John A., Thomas A., son of his brother Thos. A. of Tremere, dec, sister Mrs. 
Katherine Tregian, nephews John, George, and Thomas A., niece Dorothy, god-d. Eliz'th A., 
nieces Cecil, Margaret, and Gertrude A., sister Isabell, nieces Turberville and Thomazin Buck- 
land. 



To all Nobles & Gentles these p''sent letters hereinge or seinge, W™ Hawkestow 
otherwise called Clarencieux kinge of Armes of the Southmarches of England 
sendeth humble & dwe recom'endac'on as ap'teyneth, for so much as John Bonnatre 
Gent, couragiouslie moved to exercise & use gentill & com'endable guyding in such 
laudable Mann' and forme as maye best sound unto Gentrie, by the w<=h he shall 
mowe w'h godes grace to attayne unto honor & worshipp hath desired & prayed me 
the said kinge of Armes y*^ by the power & Authoritie by the king's good grace 
to me in that behalf com'ited, should devise a conysaunce of Armes for the sayd 
Gent, w'^h he & his heires might boldly & vowably occupie, Challenge, & Inioy for 
ev'more w'hout anie p''iudice or rebuke of anie estate or gentill of this realme, at 
the Instaunce and request of whome I the sayd King of Armes takeinge respect & 
considerac'on unto the Godly entent & disposition of the sayd gent, have devised 
for him & his heires these Armes followeinge, that is to say, Gold & Asure p'ti§ in 



276 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



pale a Chev'on bataly, counter Bataly Gould and Azure, 3 lions enterchanged of 
the feild, Armyd 6u. a Cornish Chough in the Chev'on, a border Ermyn : w% 
Amies I of my sayd power and Authoritie, have appointed, given, & granted to 
and for the said Gent & his said heirs. And by this my p'"sent letter appointe 
give and graunte unto them the same. To have occupie Challenge and enioye w^hout 
anie preiudice or empcchment for ev'more. In witnesse whereof I the said kinge 
of Armes to these p'sents have sett ray scale of Amies, given at London the first 
daye of the monthe of Aprill in the yeare of the reigne of Kinge Hen. the sixte, after 
the Conquest the 20"'. 



^tttt. 



S"" John Petit knt. who was Coseu & heire to S'' Otes Petit=F Alice Daughter to 



& Dame Eliz. his wife who was Daughter Isabell le Blanch 
sister to King Hen. III. marryed 



S' Michaell 
Beauchamp kn' 



S"" Michaell Petit kn' marry ed=pAmitia Daughter to S'' Thomas Le Archdeacon kn' 



S"" John Petitt kn' marryed=f=Marguerite eldest Daughter to Thomas Carminoe Esq. 



S'" Michaell Petit knt. marryed==Julyan y« Daughter of S'' William Talbot knt. 

I 

I 
S'' John Petit kn' niarryed=j=Marguerite y° Da. of John Trenoweth of Trenowith Esq. 



John Petit Esq. marryed=j=Jane y'^ Daughter of "\Y™ Anthorne of Antorne Esq. 



Ellen Petit Eldest Daughter & Coheire Marryed John Bocvill of Gwarnack Esq. 

* I^^ot signed. 



* A more reliable pedigree for several generations of this ancient family is given below 
from evidences : — 

Sir Rob.=f:AIaiide da. of Sir Roger Sir Ric. Fitz=f:Isal)ellada. of King John, styled Isabell le 

Hcligan Carminowe sister to Yva ob. Blanche Harl. MS. 4031, fo. TC, and else- 

ob. 1272 Gervais C. ob. 1276 1207 where Isabel sist. of K. Hen. III. 



Sir Wm. ileligan=pMargt. da. of Sir Wm. Dunstaoville Ric. Fitz Yva=F 



ob. 1286 



Lo. of Tehidy ob. li 



ob. 1281 ? 



John Le Retit. Red. fin. .3.3 Hen. lll.=f Alice da. of Mira- Sir Belym=plsabell ob. 
No. 1 Comw. ; Easter Assize Ro. 12 bell Durhall («ec Heligan 4Ap.,1313 
Ed. I. 1284 Beauchamp?) ob. 1312 



I I 

John Le Petit. Assize Ro.=pLaure da. of Ric. Helegan: 



30 Ed. I. 1302 



ob. 1326 



=Margaret da. of Sir Roger 
Prideaux ob. 1302 

B 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY 01* CORNWALL. 



277 



|A 



Joanna Annie John Petyt-plsabella da. and coli. 



T 



(a)John Petyt ob. 36=f:(5)Joannada.andcoh.of Sir Oliver 



Ed. IIL 1363 



Carminow. See Inq. p. m. 5 Hen. 
VI. No. 57, on John Chenduit 



Tlie evidences of Heligan and Fitz 
Yva down to the marriage of John 
Petyt and Isabella Heligan are from 
Coll. of Arms, F. i. fo. 210, and to be 
found at length in the ' Herald and 
Geneal.,' pt. xxxix., p. 229, and Harl. 
4031, fo. 84. 



(&)Michael set. 30 at=p(c)((f)Amicia da. of Sir John Bloyou by 
father's death Margt. da. & h. of Sir John Tynten 



{(■)(b)John Petit of= 
Ardevora 



=(^)Margt. d. & h. of John Resoryk by Isabel 
da. & h. of Tho. Goviley of Goviley 



(rZ)(c)John Petit of Ardevora=pMargt. da. of Ralph Trenowith of Trenowith 
I 



(cZ)l. John=pJane da. 



aged 28 at 

father's 

death 



of An- 
thorne 



2. Michael Petit(fl!) held Manor: 
of Trelowyth, Trelonk, and Go- 
viley, by gift from his father by 
fealty and service of one Red 
Rose. 



:Thomazin Leigh, mar. after to Peter 
Bevill and was thus ancestress of Sir 
Bevil Grenville. Will P. P. C. Holder 
36, 10 Nov., 1517, vid. n. p. 235 



Issue 4 daughters 
coheiresses 



Tho. Petit= 



=Elizb. da. of John Godolphin 
Harl. 4031 and 1079 fo. 42 



Tho. Petit^Jane so. da. & h. of Rob. Poile by Ann, da. & h. of Richard Harrington 
I of Fowey. Harl. MS. 4031 fo. 78 and Add. MS. 14 315. 

I [ 

Alice da. & h. brought man. Trelowyth, inherited from Carminow, Michael o. s. p. 

(see ped., jfost) and Goviley to her husband James Tresahar, whose 
descendant Ezechiel Tresahar sold Goviley in 1673 to Hugh 
Bosoawen ancestor of Lo. Falmouth. See Tresahar ped., ante, 
notes, and ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i. 

Assize Roll, M. 1. 1 3 12 Ed. I. John Petit v. Ogerum de BofErasel. Land in Tresulbrethen. 

20. J m. 11. Names John Le Petit, father of said John P. 

Assize Roll, M. l.l 2 30 Ed. I. Tho. de Cantrebry de Trethewy v. Johanna, da. of John 

21. J m. 16 dors. Le Petyt, parcel in Treleweth juxta Treloy, and v. Amice, 
da. of s'd Jno., land in the same. Johanna and Amice come and defend their right and call to 
warrant John Petyt, who says he gave the tent's for life, which he himself held for term of his 
own life of John, son of Laure, formerly his own wife, and said John is under age. 

De Banco Ro. 20 Ric. II., East., No. 207. John Petit of Treleswythen v. Oger Hela. 

(a) Inq. p. m. 6 Ric. II., No. 207, held at Lostwithiel on John Petyt, chivaler, who died 36 
of K. Edw., father of the now King. Michael Petyt was son and heir, aged 30 years and more. 

(J) Inq. p. m. 5 Hen. VI., No. 57, on John Chenduit, whose manors of Trewerys and St. Maudit, 
inherited from Margery, da. and h. of Oliver Carminow, Knt., ought to revert to John Petyt, 
armiger, aged 60 years and more, as heir of s'd Jno. Chenduit, viz. son of Michael Petyt, the son 
of Joanna, the daughter of said Oliver Carminow, and which manors were held of s'd John 
Petyt by service and rent of thirteen shillings a year. See also ' Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i. p. 545. 

(c) Inq. p. m. 8 Hen. VI., No. 24, held at Truro 16 Sept. on John Petyt, armiger, who held in 
the manor of Pradannack Wartha by gift of John Petyt, late lord of Trenerth, Knt., to Michael 
P. and Amicia his wife, parents of said John P., who held manor of Trelanmaur, Trelewyth, 
Trenerth, and Eglosros, and by right of his wife Margaret, then living, the manor of Resteck, 
Ardevoro, and Goveley, etc. S'd John ob. 23 July, and John Petyt was son and heir, aged 30 
years. (Trelowyth and Eglosros probably came by match with the heiress of Carminow, and 
were held under Dynham. See Carminow ped., j!?^*?.) 

Inquisit. Book of Hen. VI. Jno. Arundel held Treris and John Petyt held Predannek, 
formerly held by Bp. of Exon. 

Inquisit. Book of Hen. VI. Sir John Arundel of Trerys, John Petyt of Arworthell, and o'rs 
held half a knight's fee in Trelonk, etc. 

(<^) Inq. p. m. 34 Hen. VI., No. 27, held at Leskeard 28 Oct., 34 H. VL, on John Petyt, ar. S'd 

[^N'ote continued on next page. 



278 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

{2Vote contimted.) 
John held parcel of manor of Predannack Wartlia by gift of John Petyt, Knt., late lord of 
Trenerth, to Michael Petyt and Amicia his wife, etc.. of whom s'd John in ^vl■it named was heir, 
viz. the son of John, the son of s'd Michael and Amicia, held of the King in puro socagio as of 
his Castle of Launceston as of Duchy of Cornw., etc. S"d John held land by gift of John Tynten, 
Knt., by ind're made to Margaret his daughter and her heirs, and s'd John Petyt was heir of 
said Margt., viz. son of John, son of Amicia, the daughter of aforesaid Margaret. And s'd John 
held by gift of Oto, lord of Bodrugan, to Ralph Resoryk and his heirs, of which Ralph s'd John 
was heir, viz. son of Margaret, the daughter of s'd Ralph. And further the said John P. gave 
the manor of Trelowyth and certain lands in Trelonk to his son Michael Petit, to be held of the 
same John by fealty and service of one red rose. S'd John P. ob. 10 June last, and John Petyt, 
son and heir, aged 28 years and more. 

Parliam. Writs, A.D. 1297. Michael Le Petit returned for Cornw. as holding £20 in rents per 

an. sum. to perform mil. service with horses and arms beyond 

seas. Muster in Lond. Sunday nest after Octave of St. John 

the Bap., 25 Ed. I. 

„ „ „ 1302. Michael le Petit Knight of Shire for Cornwall. 

„ „ ,, 1311. Michael le Pedit, Petyt, Petit, Supervisor of the Array for 

Cornw., and also leader of the levies, 4 Ed. II. 
„ „ ,, 1314. Michael le Petit Knt. of Shire for Cornw. 7 Ed. II. 

Pat. Roll 1 Rich. III. Michael Petit on the Commission of Peace for Cornw. 
Ped. fin. 33 Hen. III., No. 1, Easter, Cornw. John Le Petit and Alice his wife, who, with 
her sister Emma, were coh. of Mirabell. once wife of Roger DurhuU. 

Ped. fin. 47 Hen. III., Mich., No. 20. John Le Petit and Alice his wife pet. Steph. de Bello- 

campo. Said Stephen granted to John and Alice, Benherton and lands held of Rob. Carmiuow. 

Ped. fin. 17 Ed. I., No. 6. Michael Le Petyt qu. John Lc Petyt def. Lands in Trenerth, 

Predanekwartha, etc., which s'd John held of s'd Michael, and which s'd Michael had of gift of 

s'd John. 

Ped. fin. 8 Hen. VII., Trin., Cornw. Rich. Harrington de Fowey mercat. qu. Tho. Glover 
and ux. def. Mess., yard, and wharf in Fowey. 

For more on Petit, see Sir John Maclean's 'Hist, of Trigg,' vol. i., pp. 319, 546, 683 ; vol. ii.. 
p. 252. 



Caimti\ 

This and the following pedigree are indexed in Harl. MS. 1162, but are 
not to be found. They are therefore taken from Harl. MS. ]079. 

Arms. 1. Tanner. Arg. on a chief Sa. 3 men's heads Or. 2. Tregarthan. Arg. 
a chevron heiiv. 3 escalops Sa. 3. Cornewat,l. Arg. a lion ram}). Gu. loithin 
a border engr. Sa. bezante. 4. Chamberlain.^ Arg. on a bend Sa. 5 
bezants. See Harl. MS. 1079, fo. 142 b. 

Crest. A demi-talbot Or, ears Arg. 

John Tanner=f= d. of Whittinir of Wood 



George Tanner of Colamp-=f=Margret d. & coh. This Margrett is descended as heire 
ton in Devon of Tregartyn to Cornewall, Chamb'laine,& Pever 



Anthonie Tanner of Brannell in==Elizab. d. of . . . . Tylley of Canington 
St. Stphen's in Cornwall I in Com. Som'sett 



Joane wife to John Tanner of Bran-=Katherin d. of Tho, Ros- Robert 2 



Pomcroy nell a'' 1G20 



carrok of Roscarrok 



A 
' The fourth quarter is assigned to Pever, who bore Arg. on a chev. ffu. 3 ^airs de lis, or, 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



279 



A 



Lewes 2 Barnard Tanner Arther 3 sonne Jane wife Elizabeth Ann 
Bonne eldest sonne £et. — to John — — 

26 a° 1620 John 4 sonne Pye Dorothy Mary 



Not signed. 



Arms. Ou. a/ess and canton ermine. 
Ceest. a Bonfire ppr. 

p' Eob't Cooke Clar. a^ 1590 32 Q. Eliz. to Lewes Wallis al's Darte 

John Wallis al's Darte==Joane d. of Rob. Courtney 
of Barstable of Holland in Devon 



Lewes Wallis al's Darte of Meve-==Eliz. d. of Tho. Roscar- 
gesie in Cornw. a° 1620 reck of Roscarrock 



Grace wife to Powle 
Worthe of Barstable 



1 Lewes 4 



Phillip in 
Bohemia 
3 sonne 



2 Jane wife to Jo. 
Tremayne of 
Tregonowe 



I 
John eldest== 
Sonne a3t.32 
a° 1620 



3 Charles 2 sonne 
of the Ynner 
Temple London 

Not signed. 



* Barnard Tanner, ar., and Julian, da. of Sir Kich. Buller, mar. 21 Nov., 

1625, at St. Stephen's justa Ash. j Transcripts. 

Thomas Prowse of Taunton, gent., and Agnes, dau. 

of John Tanner, Kector of Off well, mar. lie. July .3, 1628. 
George Tanner of Farringdon, gent., and Edith 

Harlewyn of Sidmouth, mar. lie. Aug. 7, 1630. Act Books, Exeter. 

Humphry Tanner of Crecombe and Johanna Park- 
house of Witheridge, mar. lie. Nov. 21, 1681. 
John Masey of London, and Ann Tanner of St. 

Enedor, Cornwall, mar. lie. May 21, 1691. 

Barnard, son of Barnard Tanner, Esq., bap. ) Bp. of Exeter's 

at St. Stephen's by Ash 31 Mar., 1633. j Transcripts. 

AnthonyTanner,gent.,andHonorSib]y, mar. 19 Oct., 1704. St. Minver Par. Reg 
Elizab. „ bur. 1652. St. Tudy Par. Reg. 

Ind're dated 8 May, 26 Charles II. Between Richard Batten of Collombe Major, \ (J. M.) 
Doctor of Physic, and Anthony Tanner of St. Enodoc, gent. Conveyance of premises 
called Nampean in St. Enoder. — Penes Miles C. Seton, Esq. 

For Anthony Tanner of Court, Esq., vide Abstracts of Deeds, ante, p. 238. 
1669, Oct. 10. John Tanner of Court, Esq., one of the Trustees on settlement after 
marriage of Chamond Roscarrock of Roscarrock, and Grace his wife. 

Ind're dated 23 Mar., 1675. Betw. Honor Carter the younger, one of the daughters 
and coheirs of John Carter, late of St. Columb, Esq., deC*, of the one part, and Anthony 
Tanner of the parish of St. Eneder, gent., and John Beauford of St. Columb, clerk. 
Lease for a year of various manors and bartons, which descended to her as coheir of 
John Carter, dec"*. Seal of Arms, two lions comiattant . 

Indorsed. Settlement upon the marriage of Honor Carter and William Silly. — Penes 
Sir John Maclean. 

' Bap. 10 Dec, 1597. = Bap. 18 Dec, 1591 ; mar. 22 Nov., 1618. "^ Mevagizzy Par. Reg. 

3 Bap. 19 May, 1590. > (J. M.) 



( 280 ) 



JSolrmtn, 



Arms — none. A Seal, representing A King, croivned and sceptred, sitting tinder a 

canajjy. 
Inscribed. — s. . commune . burgi . et . vill^ . bodmin^. 

This is the Com'on seals of the Towne & ancient Borrough of Bodmin, w'^'^ 
hath beene enabled by his Ma"<^^ most Noble progenitors w"^ divers lib' ties, privi- 
ledges, and greate immunities, the goverm'^ Consistinge of a Maior & 36 Cheife 
Burgesses, w*^'^ are called the Com'on Counsell of the sayde Towne & Borroughe : 
the Election of the Maior being yearely the 24 day of Septemb. The Maior, Towne 
Clarke, & last Auticedent Maior, being Justices of the Peace w'^^in the sayd 
Borough. The Maior being Coroner w"'in the Borrough. The Maior & Towne 
Clarke have power to take Recognizances of Debtors according to the Statute of 
Acton Burnell and Westm''. they are to have a Com'on seale for all grauntes. 
forayne Justices of the peace are prohibited to intromit therein for causes w^'in 
the sayd Borough. all w'^*' priviledges & imunities were confirmed & ratified 
by o"" most gratious Sov'aigne Ladye Queen Elizab. of famous memorie, in the 36 
yeare of hir raygne. And at the time of this j/sent visitation, the 3 of Octob., 
1620, was W™ Prist, Maior; Nicho, Sprye, Towne Clarke ; Rob't Wilton, Thomas 
Helliar, Rob't Hartwell, John Stone, Nicho. Webber, Raph Turney, Rich. Durant, 
John Corey, Will'm Stone, and John Edye, 12 of the Cheife Burgesses w"'in the 
sayd Towne and Borroughe of Bodmin. 

WiLLiM Prist, Maiore. 
Nicho. Sprey, Towne Clark. 

the fee payd 40^ Richard Durant. 



5BunI)ebtlr aFs iCaimctston. 

Arms. — A triple circular toiver within a border charged with eight towers domed. 
Crest. — A lioji's head between two ostrich plumes, all rising out of a ducal coro?iet. 
Inscribed. — sigillum . dunhevidi . bowrogh . alias . launceston. 

This is the Com'on scale of the towne & Borrough of Dunehened al's 
Launceston, w'^'' by the auncient Kings of this land have beene endewed w*"* many 
]iroviledgs, and great immunities, & incorporated in the 2 & 3 yeare of Kinge 
Phillip & Queene Mary, by the name of Maior, Aldermen, & Comiualtie of the 



THE VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 281 

Borroughe of Dunhened al's Launcesto', & by that name to have perpetuall 
Succession, & enabled in Lawe to purchase Lands & Tenements & Likewize 
to assigne the same, and by the same name to plead & be impleaded, and that 
the Maior & Aldermen should have a Com'on Scale for their affairs, and that the 
Borroughe & Corporac'on should consist of eight Aldermen besides the Maior, v?"'' 
should yearely be Chosen at the Nativitie of o"" Ladye in Septemb. ; w"'' Maior & 
Aldermen shall be called the Com'on Counsell, & have povrer to Chose a 
Record'', w"'' Maior & Eecorder shalbe iustices of the peace w^'in the sayd 
Borroughe, & no other Justice to intromitt therin, with manie other Priviledges 
& immunities, as by their Charter doth appeare. And at this present Visitac'on, 
the 27"^ daye of Septemb', 1620, was Thomas Morton, Maior ; S'' Anthonie Rowse, 
Eecorder ; John Gennis, Rich. Estcott, Arthure Pypard, Nicho. Baker, Hugh 
Vygars, Hen. Cary, George Hexte, Oswold Cooke, Aldermen ; and Phillip Kinge, 
Towne Clarke of the sayd Towne & Borrough of Dunheved al's Launceston. 

Thomas Morton, Maior. 

the fee payde John Genys. Henry Cary. 

£3 6s. Ric. Estcott. Georg Heaxtt. 

Arthur Pipard. Oswald Cooke. 

Hugh Vigures. Phillipp King. 



east i^otoe* 

No Arms or Seal given. 

This is the Common Scale of the towne and Borough of East Lowe in the 
Countye of Cornwall, incorporated the 8 day of January, in the 29 yeare of Queene 
Elizabeth, by the name of Maior and Burgesses, and by that name to have perpetuall 
succession, and enabled in lawe to purchas landes & tenements & likewise to 
assigne the same, and by the same name to pleade and be impleaded, & that the 
Borough & Corporac'on should consist of 9 Burgesses, whereof one of them should 
yearly' be chosen for Maior. To have power to chouse a Recorder. And at_ this 
present Visitac'on, the 12 day of October, 1620, was John Eger, Maior ; Sir Reginald 
Mohun, Knight and Barronet, Recorder, Phillip Fitz Williams, Edmond Fitz 
Williams. Henry Cloake, Tho. Egar, Dennis Fitz WiUiams, Daniell Chubb, Will'm 
Parris, Phillip Williams, Burgesses ; and Joseph Bastard, Steward and towne 
Gierke of the same towne and borough. 

John Eger, meyr. 



2 



282 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



(©rampotmlr. 



Seal. — A bridge of two arches over a river, — the dexter end shews the x>assage, and 
at the sinister end is a tree. Against the bridge a shield charged with a lion 
ramjy. tcithin a border bezantee. Inscribed sigilum . commune . burgi . 

GRAMPONI^. 

This is the Com'on Scale of y^ towne and Boroughe of Grampound, w'^'^ was 
anciently incorporated by the name of Maior and 8 Buro-esses, and at the time of 
this present Visitac'on, the sixt day of Octob., 1620, was Bennet Perdew, Maior, 
John Hawkins, Rich. Harison, John Sobye, Matthew Woldridge, Thomas Come, 
John Hawkins, Junio"", Michaell Treglyne, & Thomas Hancock, Burgesses of the 
same Towne & Borroughe. 

B. P., maior. 
John Hawkyns. 
Matthew Woulrydge. 



No arms. A Seal, representing A7i angel winged, bearing a shield charged ivith 
tJie three lions of England, and thrusting a lance into the open mouth of a 
dragon at his feet, the ivhole flanJced by two totvers domed. Inscribed 

SIOILLUM . COMUNITATIS . VILLE . DE . HELLESTONE . BUUGTH. 

Tliis is tlie Com'on Scale of the Towne & Borroughe of Helstone in Cornwall, 
incorporated by Kinge John in the 2^ yeare of liis raigne by the name of Maior 
& Burgesses. And at this present Visitac'on, the 9"' day of October, 1G20, was 
Jolni Rowe, Maior ; Tho. St. Aubin, Esquire, Will'm Robinson, Alexander Bolytho, 
Jolm Harbert, John Allexander, Thomas James, Rob't Cock, Will'm Penhalurick, 
Daniell Bedford, AVill'm Trewin, Patrick Pasemere, & John Cock, Burgesses; 
Fi-an. Godolphin of Godolphin, Esquire, Recorder; & Thomas Randall, Steward 
cf the sayd Towue & Corporac'on. 

The m'ke •!- of John Roe, Maior. 

Thomas Seyntaubyn. 
William Robinson. 
Thomas James. 
John Harbert. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 283 

No Arms. Seal. — A fleur-de-lis letween two birds. Inscribed sigillum . COM- 

MUN . BURGI . DE . LISKERTT. 

This is the Com'on Seale of the Towne & borough of Liskerett al's Liskerd, 
anciently incorporated by the name of Maior and Burgesses of Liskerett al's Liskerd, 
and re-incorporated y^ sixte daye of July in the 29"" yeare of Queene Elizb. by the 
same name of Maior & Burgesses, & by that name to have p'petuall Succession, 
& enabled in Lawe to purchase Lands & Tennements & Liberties, & like- 
wise to assigne the same, and by the same name to plead and be impleaded, and 
that the Borrough & Corporac'on shall consist of 9 Burgesses, w<='^ shalbe called 
the Com'on Counsell of the sayd Borroughe, wherof one for the time beinge should 
be yearly Chosen for Maior, to have power to chose a steward and Recorder, and 
y* the Mair & Burgesses should have a Com'on Seale for there aflfayres, et that 
the Maior, Recorder shalbe Justices of the peace within the sayd Borrough, which 
newe Corporac'on graunted by Queen Elizb. John Hunkin was the first Maior, w"' 
divers other previledges and immunities, as by their Charter doth appeare. And 
at this present visitac'on, the 12 daye of Octob', 1620, was Edward Chapman, 
Maior; S'' William Wreye, Kt., Recorder; John Hunkin, gent., high Steward; 
Thomas Jane, John Vosper, Martin Sampson, John Rett, JeflFrie Clarke, John 
Taperell, and Will'm Fuge, Cheife Burgesses ; and Walt' NichoUs, Towne Clark 
of the sayd Towne & Borroughe. 

Edward Chepman, Maior. 

Jo. HuNKYN. for Gefferi 4- Clarke. 

Tho. Jane. William Fudge. 

Martin Sampson. Walter Nicholl. 



pensante. 

Seal. — St. John the Baptist's head in a charger. Over the Inscription anno . 1614. 
Circumscribed pensanse . domini. 

The Village of Pensance incorporated by o'' Sov'aigne Lord Kinge James, the 
9 day of Maye in the 12 yeare of his highnes raigne, by the name of Maior, 
Aldermen, and Comunaltie of the village of Pensance, & by that name to be one 
bodie booth in name & deede, & to have p'petuall succession, & to be p'sons 
capable in Lawe to have, purchase, & posses landes & Tennements, previledges 
& Jurisdictions, with divers other im'unities, & by that name of Maior, 
Aldermen, & Comunaltie to plead & be impleaded, & to have a com'on seale 
for their publick busines. That the Maior be chosen yearly, & 8 of the discretest 
sort to be Aldermen of the said Village, w*^'' shalbe called of the Com'on Counsell, 
& 12 other men to be chosen w'^'^ shalbe called assistants, w"' divers other 
priviledges & im'unities, as by their Charter doth appeare. And at the time of 
this p""sent Visitac'on, the 9 day of Octob', 1620, was Will'm Noseworthie, Maior ; 
John St. Aubin, Esq., Recorder; John Madderne, John Clyes, Rob't Dunkin, 
John Grame, Rog. Polkinhorne, Will'm Madderne, Rob't Luke, Pasco Ellys, 
Aldermen and Nicho. Hixt, Towne Clarke of the said Village and Corporac'on. 

John Maddern. 
James Bonithon. 



284 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



No Ai'ms. Seal. — A man wearing a sword, and carrying a loir in his right hand 
a7id an arrow in his left. Inscribed s. . comune . burgi . portbian . als . 

WEST . LOWE. 

This is the Com'on Seale of the Towne & Borroughe of Portbyan al's West Loe, 
incorporated by the name of Maior & Burgesses the 14 daye of February in the 
16 yeare of Queene Elizab. by the same name of Maior & Burgesses, to have 
p'petuall succession, & enabled in Lawe to purchasse lands & Tennem*^ & like- 
wize to assigne the same, & by the same name to plead & be impleaded, and 
that the Borroughe & corporac'on should consist of 12 Burgesses, wherof one for 
y'= time beinge shalbe yearely Chosen for Maior, and to have power to Chouse a 
Steward, & that the Maior & Burgesses shall have a Com'on seale for their 
affaires, w*'^ divers other priviledges & immunities, as by their Charter dothe 
appeare. And at this present visitac'on, the 12 day of Octob., 1620, was John 
Francis, Maior ; John Harris, Esq., Recorder ; John Sharpe al's Garrett, John 
Grove, Will'm Chanler, Stephen Gerre, Walter Whitt, Walter Lillyck, Walter 
Babliidge, John Grylls, Rob't Hearle, Ambrose White, Burgesses of the same 
towne and Boroughe ; & Thomas Jane, Towne Clarke of the same. 



'altasl)t. 



Two Seals. — 1. Sioillum Aquate Saltasche. A three-masted ship riding at 
anchor. 2. Sigillum Salteashe. A shield charged ivith a lion ramp, within 
a border bezant ce. The point of the shield rests on ivaves, over it is a 2}rince's 
coronet, and on each side of it an ostrich feather. 

This is the Com'on Seale of the Towne & Borroughe of Saltashe in the 
Countie of Cornwall. And at this present Visitac'on, the 14 daye of Octob., 1620, 
was Hen. Clobcrie, Maior ; S'" Rich. Bullcr, Kt.. Recorder ; John Randall, Will'm 
Bielc, Samson Bonde, Will'm Maynaixl, Will'm Wills, Hen. Martin, Will'm Michell, 
Rich. Furlonge, & Phillip Randall, Aldermen ; and AVill'm Wills, Towne Clarke 
of the sayd Towne and Borroughe of Saltashe. 

Henry Cloberye, Mayor. 

WiLiJAM BiELL. Sampson Bond. 

Henrye JMartyn. William Wylls. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF COHNWALL. 285 



Crtgomtp. 



Aems, — A pomegranate seeded, slipped, and leaved. Inscrihed sigillum . com . 

BUUGO . DO . TRIGONI. 

This is the Com'on Seale of the Towne & Borroughe of Tregonny, incor- 
porated by the name of Maior & Burgesses, and at the time of this present 
Tisitac'on, the first day of Octob', 1620, was M'' Henry Pomeroy, Maior ; Phillip 
Jago, Hugh Munday, Rich. Carveigh, Arthure Osgood, John Jago, Will'm Cardew, 
John Collins, and Nicho. Bonithan, Nowe Burgesses of the sayd Towne & Borrough 
of Tregonye. 

Henry Pomeroy, Maior. 
Hugh Monday. 
Arthur Osgood. 



Arms. — On a base barry wavy of four, charged with tivo fish, a three-masted ship 
in full sail. 

Also two Seals. One representing A vessel with one mast sailing, one fish in the 

sea, and Inscribed sigillum . communitatis . de . truru. The other, A 

. one-masted vessel with no sail, tivo fishes in pale in the sea, and Inscribed 

sigillum . COMMUNE . TRURURIE. 

fee payd £3 6^ 

These are the ancient Armes & Gomon Seales of the Towne and Borroughe 
of Trwro, w<='' was incorporated by the name of Maior and Burgesses, by Reignold, 
Erie of Cornwall, Natureall sonne to Henry the first, w^^'^ was done by Rich. 
Lucy al's Lacam, teste, Rogeri de Vallitort, Rob'te de Edunett Anuilla, Ricardo 
de Raddona, Alredo de S'° Martino, sealed w* an ancient seale w"^ a man on 
Horsbacke. And at the time of this present Visitac'on, the Si^^ daye of Octob., 1620, 
was Grigorie Frigens, Maior; Tho. Burgesse, Rich. Daniell, James Lawarren, 
Will'm Ketcher, Aldermen ; Evarar. Edmondes, Hen. Will'ms, Edw. Kestell, W™ 
Avery, Walt' Penarth, Germain Grees, Fran. Noseworthie, Fran. Grevill, Cutbert 
Sidnam, Hump. Sidnam, Gawen Carverth, Tho. Burgesse, junior. Rich. Hill, John 
Adlington, Nicho. Paule, Edw. Grose, Robt. Kempe, Nicho. Stephens, John Parnall, 
& Will'm Cozen, Burgesses; Hugh Boscawen, Esq., Recorder; & John Michell, 
Towne Clarke of the sayd Borough and Corporac'on. Wee finde also that the 
Maior of Trwro hath alwayes beene & still is Maior of Fallmouthe, as by an 
ancient graunt now in the Custodie of the said Maior & Burgesses as doth appeare. 

Grego. Friggens, Mayor. Thomas Burgesse. 
Henry Willeams. James Leswaren. 



286 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



SUPPLEMENT.* 



This descent of Mules to Dabernon, & from him to Battj'n & soe to 
Arscott, was taken out of an antient pleadinge which was shewed unto us in our 
visitation by M"" Arthure Arscot of Dunsland, & is at this day remaining in his 
hand in A° Dm' 1620. 

John De Dunsland=f= 

I 

I 
Cade of . . . .=pDa. & hey of Jo. de Donsland 



Dabarnon=f=Da. & hey. of Cade Joh' Mules of=j=Elizb. Da. 
I of Donsland Yaresborowe I of ... . 



John Dabarnon=^Isabell Da. & hey. Alice ux"" 
of Donsland I of John Mules Gilbert 



John Arscot=pDa. of John Battyn sone & hey.=j=Elizb. Da. & hey. Joane uxor 
of Arscot Renston of Will'm Batyn of Jo. Dabernon Jo. GiflFord 



I I 

Jo. Arscott of Ar6cott=j=Dau. of Tillcy Rob't Battynn=Da. of Gilbert al's Webber 

I I 

John Arscot=pDa. & hey. of Floyrc Rob't Battyn=f=Joane Da. of Wal- 
of Arscott of Hollesworthie I rond of Wood 



John Arscott of Arscot=r-Da. & hey. of Hump. Battyn=pKatherin Da. of 
and Hollesworthie Cloford Carmynow 



John Arscot of the Inncr=pPhill. Da. & hey. of Humph. 
Temple London Esq. Battyn of Donsland 



I 
Humph. Arscot of Donsland=pEllin Da. of Tho. Hatch of Aler Esq. 

|A 

* All these pedigrees in the MS, arc noted •' This descent is to be entered in the VisitacVn 
of Devon." 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 287 

A| 



John Arscot of Donsland liveing 1620=t=Mary Da. of Tho. Monke of Powdridge Esq. 



Arthure Arscot of Donsland in=f=Ebbott Da. of Leonard 
Com. Devon liveing 1620 Yeo Esq. 



Mary 1 Da. at. 19, 1620 Grace 2 Da. atat. 18, 1620 

Not signed. 



John Arscott of Donsland=i= 
j 

Tho. Arscott of HoUisworthie in Com. Devon=F 



Willm Arscott of HolHsworthie=F 



Humph. Arscott of Hoieworthie=j=Elizb. Da. of Fran. Penkevill of Rossara 



Julian Rossackclea Arscott of Hollisworthie=Gartru. Da. of Geo. Arondell of 
a da. in Com. Devon liveing 1620 Lanherne in Com. Cornwall 

ROSICLEER ARSCOTT. 



John Barkeley of Kingsbridge= Joane Da. of Leigh of Leigh 
in Com. Devon in Com. Devon 



Tho. Berkeley of Okenburye=i=Agnes Da. of Jo. Hele of Lucestow 
in Com. Devon I in Com. Devon 



Tho. Barkeley of Okenbury in=f=Elizb. Da. of Geo. Southcott 
Com. Devon liveing 1620 of Bovy in Com. Devon 

I n i n n n i 

Hen. 2. Elizab. 1 Tho. sone & Mary 3 Joane 5 7. Margaret 9. Gar- 
— hey. atat. 16 — — — trude 

Agnes 2 1620 Fran. 4 Jane 6 8. Bridget 

THO. BARKLEY. 



288 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Bladtall. 



Arms. — Paly of six Or and S'a., on a chief Gu. 3 bezants. 

John Blackall of Exiter=FDa. of Parrat of Dorsetsh. 



Tho. Blackall of Cowick=pMai7 Da. of Geo. Southcott of 
in Com. Devon Callwoodley in Com. Devon 



John Blackall of Cowiek in=pJane Da. of Raphe 
Com. Devon liveing 1620 Haymer of London 



John sone & heire at. 6 1620 Mary a dau. atat. 1 1620 

JOHN BLACKALL. 



Calmalrp, 



= Vincent Calmady of 'Wenburie=j=]\Iai'y Da. & hey, 
in Com. Devon Esq. of Rob. Nick 



Willm Katherin Tho. 2 Josias Calmady= 

sone of Wemberie in 

— Com. Devon 

Edra. 3 Esq. 1 sone 
sone 



=Kath' Da. & hey of Edw. Elizb. 1 
Courtney Esq. sone of S"" — 

Peirse Courtney w*^'^ S"* Grace 2 
Peirs mar. Elizb. Da. & — 

hey. of Jo. Shilston of CicilyeS 
Ley Wood Esq. 



I 2 I 111 

Anne a Hono'' Da. of Edw. Por-=S'' Shilston Calmady=Elizb. Da. of Edward 2 



Daught' tescue of Fallopitt widow 
of Hump. Prideaux 
Esq. sone of S'" Nic. 
Pridieux of Soldon Kt. 



of "Wemburie in 
Com. Devon live- 
ine- 1620 



Jo. Cople- 
stone of 
Warle Esq. 



Vincent 3 



I 

Josias 



John Calmady sone &. heyre 



Not signed. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



289 



dfob^nes. 



To Inquire for the Crest to this Coate in the Countie of Worcester. 
Willm Fones of Saxby Esq.=rDa. of S-- Robt. Hyelton K' 



Geo. Fones of Saxb}^ Esq.=j=Da. of ... . Malbant of Malpas 



W™ Fones of Saxbye Esq.^Da. of Telha' of Telhani 



John Fones of Saxbye Esq.=pDa. of Bracllye of Bedham 



John Fones of Saxbye Esq.=j=Da. of Lewell of Lewell Esq. 



Robt. 1. Humph. 4 Willm 6 John Fones of Dodford in= 

— — p'ochia de Bramsgrove in 

Tho. 3 Nicho. 5 Com. Worcest' 2 sone 



W™ Fones Thomas 2 sone Rich. Fones of=T=Joane Da. of Tindall of 



1 sone of hey. to his 

Bristoll father 



BristoU in 
Com, Glouc. 



the He of Axham in 
Com. Lincolne 



John Geo. 2 sone Tho. Fones of Plimouth in Com.=j=Jone Da. of Walt' Hele 



Fones — Devon liveing 1620. Prudence 

1 sone Rich. 3 sone Da. of Jo. Nicholls of Tavistock 
in Com. Devon 1 wife 



of Knaton in Com. 
Devon 



Rich. 1 sone 
at. 18, 1620 



I I 
Prudence 1 

Mary 2 



Jane 3 
Da. 



I I 
Samsone 2 

John 3 



Thomas 
4 sone 



Elizb. 4 Da. 



Suzan 5 Da. 
THO. FOWNES. 



2 p 



290 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



i^unltm. 



Seiant p'^Bcntj et futuri qd. ego Will's Boturnell dedi concessi et hac p''senti 
carta mca indent, confinnavi Willo Hunkin et Isabelle filie Thonife Trenger om'ia 
messug. terr' et tent'a mca in Southkymliar & in Twelmona More que nup. habui 
ex dono et feoffamento eiusdem Will.' Hunkyn &c. Hijs testibus Willo Devioke, 
Willo Littleton, Rico Clemens, Tho. Clemens'^ Nicho. Scheplyn, et alijs. Dat. apud 
Sootlikymbar die Sabbathi prox post festu' S'cti Luce Evangeliste a° Regni regis 
Hen. VL post conquest' 27. 

Willm's Hunkyn a« 27 H. YLof South-=Isabella filia Tho. 
kinibare in Com. Cornub. Trenger 

Jt)hn Hunkin of Southkimbare=pElizab. filia Brendon 2 E. VL 



Ricus Hunkin filius et lieres of Southkimbare=pMatilda filia .... Alwin 
^1 

John Hunkin of Liskerd=Lore filia Tho. Mayowe de 
fil. et heres Minheniott in Coruw. 



Gracia filia Andrew Cloberie=FJohn Hunkin de Gather- 



of Bradston in Com. Devon 
uxor 1 



ley in Com. Devon fil. et 
her. 



=Jana filia Johis Conock 
of Treworgay in Com, 
Coruw. ux. 2 



Joseph fil. et heres 
atatis 10 annoru' 



Radagunda 
a;tat. 14 



Ricus Hunkin 2 
filius ajtat. 5 



John Cwthy= 



John 3 fil. a3tat. 
unius. ann. 1G20 



]\Iaria 
a3tat. 4 



Not signed. 



Joanc Da. & hey. of Jo. Cwthi=pRob. Stonard 



John Stonord sone & heire=j= 



Raph Kaill=pMawd Da. & hey. of John Stonord 



AVillm Kailh 

A 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 291 

Aj 

I 
Da. & hey. of Will'm Ivaill=pJohii Luccombe 

I 



1. Joiienx' 8. Elizab. ux' Rosmodres^pMarg' 2 Da. of John 
Jo. Moj'le John Deviock I Luccomb 



till I 

Mawde 1 Joane 2 Marg' 3 Thomazin 4 Elizb. Da. &=pRic. Bottreaux of 

Cohejre 1 Cosworthie 



Jane Da. & hey. of Ric. Bottreaux=f=John Marrays of Marrays 



Geo. Roll of Stevenston in Devon=j= Wm. Marrys=j=Margerie 

of Mari'avs | Bassett 



Geo. Roll of Marrays in Cornvv. (szV)=j=Margaret Marrays 



II II 

Marg' ux' lien. Andrew Roll of Marrays= Honor ux' Digorie Florence ux' Peter 

Lainerton of in Cora. Devon liveing Burdon of S' Bennetof Peranor 

Mochamchurch 1620 Esq. at. 40 Maryweeke worthall 

Not signed. 



Will'ra Upton of Posninch in Com. Devon Esq.=j=Mary Da. of Tho. Kirkham of 
3 sone of Jo, & brother &. heyre of Nicholas I Blackdon in Com. Devon Esq. 



John 2 Elizab. ux' Geo. Upton=Phill. Da. of Jo. Wrey 
sone Cromwell of Posnich j of Trebithe 

~Ti \ n 

Georg Barbara ux' Jo. Brooke Will'm Upton=Amye Da. of Mary ux' Jo. Harris 
2 sone of Cornw. of Poslineh in Rich. Loves of Cornw. 

Com. Devon of Beredon — 

Agnes ux' Jo. Pillaton liveing 1620 in Cornw. Grace ux' Jo. Crapp 

of Cornw. 



II I I I I 

Rich. 2 Marke 1 sone atat. 7 Fran. 1 Elizab. 2 Araye 3 Phillipa 4 

WTLTilAM UPPETON. 



292 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



QjB^tijtlMu. 



Nicho, Wichhalse of Chudley in Com. Devon gent.=pMargerie Da. of 



John 1 
Sonne 

Wiirm 
2 Sonne 



Nicho. Wychhalse=Mary Da. & 



of Barnestable in 
Com. Devon 3 sone 
of Xicho. 



hev. of Kich. 
Welsh of 
Pilton 



I . I 

IMargerie ux' Peter Jone nxor Bartho- 
Luceon ^ of ]\row- lomew Borrington 
letn in Com. Devon of Idford 

"•ent. 



Joane ux' 1 Rob. Pronse 
of Barnstable 2 Jasper 
Bridsrman of Exiter 



Xicho. Wychhalse of Barn- 
stable in Com. Devon sone 
& hevre 



Olarg* 1 Da. of Hugh 
Acland of Aeland in 
Cum. Devon 



II II II 

Nicho. 2 Ptubt. 4 Elizb. 1 

Arthure 3 Phillip 5 Grace 2 



I I 

Hugh Wichhalse^Dorithie Da. of Llarg' ux' 

Sonne & heire of Tho. Pomeroy Ric. 

Barnestable in of Ingesdon Berry of 

Com. Devon Esq. in Devon Croscom 

liveinge 1020 



John 2 sone 
atat, 1 



Arthure sone & heire 
atat. 2, 1620 



Margt 1 Da. 
atat. 5 



Dorithie 2 Dau. 
atat. 4 



HUGHE WYCHEHALSE. 



fto. 



John Gasgell yonger sone of Gasgell=j=Marg* Sist. of Chawers 
of Gasgell Thorp in Craven I iMaior of Callis 



Willm Yeo of hearaton=FEllin Da. of Wm. Wiirra=FAuxillia Da. & Coh. 



Sackvilc Esq. 1 sone of 
John Yeo 



(irenvile of 
Stowe in 



Gas- 
srell 



of Anne hey. to Jo. 
Nevill 



Rob't 1 Xicho. Yeo of Hcatherley= 
Bone 2 soime 



Geo. Stapleton=j=]\Iarg' Da. & hey. of 
I Wm. Gasgell 



A I 6 I 

' Peter Lutton of CofEord in Tarisb of Kenton. Visit. Devon, 1620, Harl. MS. 1163, fo. 19. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



293 



A| 



Leonard Yeo 
2 Sonne 
A 



John Yeo of Hather- 
ley sone & heire 



=Anne Da. of 
Honychurch 



Geo. Stapleton of Kemp- 
ston in Com. Nott. 



Eob. Yeo= 
ofHather- 
ley 1 Sonne 



=Marg' Da. Leonard Yeo of North- 
of Hugh petherwyn in Com. 
Giflford Devon Esq. liveing 

1620 



|1 
-Gartrude Da. & Sole hey. of Geo. 
Stapleton of Rempston in Com. 
Nott. & widow of Baldwyn Ack- 
laud of Hawkridge 



John Yeo Edm. Yeo = 
sone & sone & hey. 
hey. liveing 1620 



-Elizb. Da. of Jo. 
Killegrewe of 
Arwanneck Esq. 



I 1 
Ebbott ux'Arth. 

Arscot of Dans- 
land Esq. 



|2 
Armenell ux' Digorie 
Pen found of Penfound 
in Cornw. Ar. 



Marye 1 

Gartrude 2 



Dorithy 3 
Elizab. 4 



Suzan 5 
Marg<^ 6 



Judith 7 
Anne 8 



Not signed. 



294 THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



COMPLAINT BY SIR WILLIAM SEGAR, GARTER, AGAINST RALF 
BROOK, YORK HERALD. 

Imprimis for that lowlye & humble cariag where he hath beene .... it 
generally knowne how proudly & audaciously he hath ever caried himself & 
especially to his own societte abusing & slandering the Kings Armes. 

For his trecherie & devilish practises sufficiently appeared in that notable 
plott against S"" W'" Segar for the Armes of Brandon, whf>m he pretended was for a 
gentleman lyving in spaine the circumstances wherof being so well knowne, were 
tedious to repeate being intended for the subversion & utter undoing of the saide 
S"^ Will'm Segar Garter principal King of Armes by his subtile practice to confirme 
a coate of Armes to the hangman of london.* 

Item the like jilotte he lately practised against the whole office of Armes for 
the confirmation of the like cote for one Renolds in Spaine for whom he had drawue 
a coate & crest of his owne devisinge & written the subscription himself naming 
the saide Reinolds to be the 3 sonne of an Esquier of Burford in Oxfordsh. the 
same Reinolds Ijeing there a meane tradesman & never reputed a gentleman. 

Item for his farther treacherie & abuses even towards his maiestie In that 
question of precedence betweene the Erics younger sonnes & the knights privie 
counsellers when we had received a special comande from his highnes to make a 
trewe collectione of all the p'"sidents in o'' office touching the right both of the one 
& the other. This Yorke secretlye under hand practised w"' some of o'' companie 
to conseale all those that were most materiall & to in-oduce but only one that was 
made in H. 7 time w<='> was most erronious & w''^ the kinge himself did utterly 
condemnc, all w*^^'* was proved to his face before the king & other his misdemeans & 
also his being burnt in the hand, at w"^'' time he beene kicte out of the place by 
some of the nobilitie had not the Kings presence liridled them. 

Item his false reporte he lately made under his hand of S"" Tho. Bishop of 
Sussex who was to receive a certificat fro' o"" office of the antiquitie of his gentrie 
to be a Barrunett according to that order prescribed by his maiestie y' evrie 
Baronett that should be made was to prove his gentillitie of 3 descents both by 
father & mother, this matter coming to o"" office to be testified we refusing the 
same, bycause we could not make a trewe certificate therof. This yorke notwith- 
standing w"' Treswell his companion certified the same under booth thiere hands 
contrarie to the king-s order & thier othe. 



LIST OF PERSONS DISCLAIMED. 

(Harl. MS. 1079.) 
Disclaimed at Bodmyn 30 Septemb., 1G20. 

John Skinner of St. John's. 

Sampson Bond of Salt Ashe. 

John Vincent of Nortliill. 

Anthony Furlong of Anthony. 

Philli]) AVallis of Shevioke. ) lenobilis. 

John llore of Landilp. 

James Finch of St. Germins. 

Will'm Bere of Linkinhorne. 

Thomas Roberts of the same. 



* It is said that for confirming a Coat to the Hangmau, both Sir Willi.' 
into the Jlarshiilsea, where the latter was lonp detained. For the imprisoi 
and -'The Earl Marshall's demuuude of Yorke," sec Harl. Il'O-I. ft". 8()-SS. 



am and Ralf were put 
soumeut of Yorke, etc., 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



295 



John Squire of Lawannik. 
Walter Harewood of Mariston. 
George Drinnick of South Petherm. 
John Mill of Lanist. 
Will'm Squire of the same. 
Thomas Vosper of Tamerton. 
John Lucas of St. Cleere. 
John Minors of Dulo. 
John Mill of Lancells. 
John Hoare of Dulo. 
John Lankeston of Liskerd. 
Lazarus Harris of St. Kaine. 
Thomas Hawky of St. Winow. 
Thomas Reswell of St. Pinnok. 
Thomas Hoblin of the same. 
Christopher Hendor of Minster. 
Nicholas Hender of Tintagell. 
Robert MuUis of Michelstow. 
John Hockyn of Advyu. 
John Taperell of Alternon. 
Nicholas Axworthy of Treneglas. 
Arthur Houlraan of Poundstock. 
John Murficld of the same. 
Thomas Peirse of Dewstowe. 
Abbot French of Otterham. 



Ignobilis. 



Disclaimed at Truro 6 October, 1G20. 

Walter Sweete of Lanlevery. ^ 

John Colquit of St. Samsons. 

Walter Trewbody of Trewardreth. 

Will'm Ludlow of the same. 

Christopher Furlong of Feoke. 

Zachary Walter of St. Geron's. 

Will'm Foote of St. Vivian (Veryan). 

Edmond Candy of St. Allen. 

John Tregagall of the same. 

Walter Peirse of St. Erne. 

John G arland of St. Cuby. 

John Wymond of Lanhidrock. 

Drew Perkins of St. Wenne. 

John Marke of the same. 

Thomas Daye of CoUumb maior. 

John Andrew of Cubert. 

Will'm Smith of Newlin. 

John Pellamounter of CuUomb Minor. 

Richard Westcot. 

Thomas Ricord of Enneder. 

John Hockin of St. Esie. . 

Thomas Culley of St. Blasey. ) 



Ignobilis. 



296 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



COMPAEATIVE PEDIGREE 



OP 



Carminolut. 



(See Preface and p. 33.) 



1 Robert Cannynowe= 
Ped. fin. 47 Hen. III., Mich., No. 20. Stephen 
Beauchamp assigns to J no. Le Petit and Alice 
his wife, inter alia, all the services of Eobert 
Carmynow. 

Rob. Carmynow held by mil. ser. 40 Hen. 
III. Cott. CI., C. II. 



^ Gervais Horiiacote= 

Fed. fin. 40 Hen. III., 
Mich., No. 23. 



1 Roger Carmynow=j=- Sarra da. & coh. 
(& heir to her 
niece Margery) 



2 Cenota da. & coh. 
2 Margery d. & h. s. p. 



2 John s. 1 Roger de Carminow -= Joanna 

& h. s.p. bro. & h. to John ped. gn. 14 Ed. 

Assize Roll, 30 Ed. I. Rog. de II.. No. 7. Ob. 

C. petit v'sus Pet. de Lancuck t'ras Grey Friars, Bod- 

in Est Dysart and West Dysart. min. between 1299 

(Sarra de Honyacote mater p"d"ci and 1329 dominee 

Rogeri.) Johannse de Kaer- 

By Inq. p. m. 29 Ed. I., No. 56, mynaw. — Wm. of 

Roger C. held 2 knt.'s fees in Trelo- Worcester. 

wyth and Eglosros of John Dynham. 

Inq. p. m. Chan. 2 Edw. H., No. 

73, recites the lands of Roger C, and 

names s. & h. Oliver C, aged 30. 



Maud=pSir Rob. 
\i/ Heligan 

CoU. of Arms, F. 1. 
fo. 210. 

Called da. of Sir 
Roger and sister of 
Jervis Carminow,ob. 
1276, in a MS.jpenes 
H. H. Drake. 



^ Joane m. Wm. de Wal- 

Icsbro (whence Trevelyan.) 
Year Book of Ed. I., A.D. 
1:502. Wm. Bottreu.K bro't 
Writ of Wardship against 
Roger Carminow. and de- 
manded Wm., the bro. & h. 
of John de Whalcsboro. 
Roger answers, " Nous vous 
dioms qe vivant Jon frere 
Willame, e en vostre garde 
csteant.si fut Willame marie 
a nostre fillc.'' (William 
whilst your ward married 
our daughter.) Bottraux 
said, Wm. W. was only n 
years old then, and under 
14 now, &c. 



Elizb.= 
Pome- 
roy 1st 
wife 



=" S"' Oliver Carminowe^= 
aged 30 at father's death 

Knt. of Shire 7 Ed. II. ; 
Man-at-Arms, held £40 in 
lands 17 Kd. II. ; Commiss. 
of Array. Cornw., 19 Ed. II. 
(Pari. Writs.) 

By Inq. p. m. 6 Ed. III., 
No. 59, Oliver C. held in 
Trelowyth, Eglosros, and 
Trethcncs of John de Dyn- 
ham. 

Pipe Roll 16 Ed. II. Oli- 
ver C. deb. Ix ' ix ". 



=1 Isould^ da. of Rey- 
nold Ferrers 2nd 
wife 

Queen's Rcmemb. 
Misc. E.xchcq. Inq. B'k 
of Hen. VI. Tho. Carmy- 
now held \ fee in West- 
disard which Jno. de 
Ferrys once held. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 297 



Sir John=p*Elizab. 
Arundel 



* Matilda 
m. Tre- 
varthian 



Sir John= 
Arundel 



*John Trevar- 
thian 

set. 36, 1396, one of 
the heirs of Joane 
Carminow (whence 
Reskymer^). 



^Sir Roger ==Elizab. da.i Tho.Rec-^ Deed 
Carminow * 
Queen's Re- 
memb. Misc. 
Excheq. B'k of 
Aids, 20 Edw. 
III.,unfeod.in 
Morelandquod 
Rog'us avus 
suus quondam 
tenuit. 



of S-- Will. 
Bottraux 
MSS. ped. 
penes H. H. 
Drake. 



tor of 
Mawgan 

John 

Richard 




'Sir Thomas Carmi-= Elizab. da. of S-- Ralph 



*John Arundel 

one of the heirs of Joanna 
Carminow at. 28, 1396. 



nowe 

1369. obit Dominus Tho. 
deCarmynow miles Grey 
Friars, Bod. — Wm. of 
Wore. 



Belloprato al's Beaupell 

By deed, p. 33, and by Inq. 
p. m. 19 Ric. II., No. 15. 



Tho. Carminow=f=Katherin 

Assignment at Westm'r 33 May 12 Ric. II. of dower 
in Man' of Wynyanton. Inq. p. m. 13 Ric. II. 
No. 105. 



Inq. p. m. 12 Ric. II. No. 11. 
Johanna d. & h. aet. 3. 



Joanna aged 3 years at father's death, ob. 21 Feb. 1396 
Inq. p. ra. 19 Ric. II., No. 15. 



(2 
Marg*=pSimon Berkele 

• Whence John Chenduit, ob. 1426 

Inq. p. m. 6 Hen. VI., No. 67. 



1 I 

^ Johanna m. Petyt 



Michael Petit^pAmicia 



5 John Petit aged 60 5 H. VL 



8 Sir John- 
Carminow 

Sum. to West- 
minster 17 
Ed. II.— Pari. 
Writ. 
Ob. before 
8 Nov., 
5 Ed. III. 
Pipe Office, 
Enrolled 
Escheator's 
Ace, No. 8. 



=Johan d. & h. of S"" Jno. Glyn 

1349. Johanna de Carmynaw 
ob. Grey Friars, Bod. — Wm. of 
Wore. 

Sir J. Maclean quotes autho- 
rity for this marriage, ' Hist. 
Trigg,' vol. ii. p. 58. Harl. MS. 
4199, fo. 7, which is much earlier 
than 1620, gives Carminow, 
bringing in Glyn, Tinten, Bloyou, 
and Nanscut among the ascer- 
tained quarterings of Trelawney, 



3 Rich- 
ard 



^ Minanus 

Thomazine 
Fine Roll, 
15 Ed. II. 



Matilda^S-- Wm. 
V Ferrers 



John Carminow 

Ped. fin. 18 Ed. II., No. 4. 
John de Carminow son of 
John de C. 



^ Sir Walter Carminow s. & h.=pAlice da. of S'' Stephen Tyn- 



Minor at Father's death, and in 
ward of John Plantagenet,Earl of 
Cornwall. Pipe Office, Enrolled 
Escheator's Ace, No. 8. 



ten by Elizb. da. of 'Alan 

Bloyou^ Harl. 4031. 

A 

2 Q 



298 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Al 



Sir Ralph Car- =Alice 

minow S. & h. S.NK Inq. p. m. 4 Hen. 



I 
^William Carminow=Margaret Kelly 



p. m. 

Inq. p. m. 10 Kic. 
II., No. 11. names 
Will. C. as bro. and 
heir, aged 31. "Will 
June, 1386, names 
Alice his wife. 



A'l., No. 28. Will. 
Bonville miles, filius 
Elizb. filie p'dct. 
Alicie que fuit ux. 
Ealf C. Chey. 



bro. & h. of Ralph 
aged 31 at death of 
Ralph 

Inq. p. m. 8 Hen. IV., 
No. 16, names John, s. 
&h. • 



Inq. p. m. 8 Hen. V., 
No. 99, pt. 6. A certain 
Nich. Kelly, p'son of 
Laddock, etc., gave 
Manor of Ashwater to 
Will.Carminow and Mar- 
garet his wife. Wm. C. 
father of John C. and 
Tho. C. 



John Carminow s. &= 
h. aged 23 at father's 
death 8 Hen. lY. 

Ob. 26 July. 1421. 

Inq. p. m. 8 Hen. V., 
No. 99, names his father 
Wm. C. and his s. & h. 
John. 



= Alice da. - Thomas Carminow 2nd= 

Sir Jno. heir to his nephew John 

Dynham aged 25 at nephew's 

Harl. 4031. death 8 H. V. 

Ob. 21 H. VI. luq. p. m. 
No. 46. 

Inq. p. m. 5 H. VI., No. 57, 
names Thomas, aged 30, s. 
of AVill. Carminowe, s. of 
Alice, da. of Elizab. 

Inq. a. q. d. Hen. VI., No. 
1 . recites will of Tho. C. 



=Jane da. Rob. 
HiU 

Tho. C. enfeoffed 
Rob. Hill and o'rs 
p' Inq. p. m. 21 H. 
VL, No. 46. 



John C. s. & h. 0.: 
s.p. 6 May 8 R.Y. 
a ward of Jno. Arun- 
del of Trerice 

luq. p. m. 8 H. v., 
No. 99. John C, s. & 
h. of John, son of Will. 
C. Tho. C, bro. of s'd 
John, son of Will., next 
heir. fet. 2.5. 

Manors of Polrode, 
Tynten, Dysert, Tamer- 
ton, Boconnoc, Pen- 
pent, and Glyn. 



: Johanna 

" ux. Stephen Bo- 
dnlgate nup. ux. 
Johis Carmynow 
fil. et her. Johis 
Carmynow ar. frat. 
ipsius Thome C." 

Her dower re- 
lated under Inq. p. 
m.21 Hen. VI., No. 
46. 



Johan aged= 
15 and more 
at time of 
Father's 
death 21 H. 
VI. and was 
then mar- 
ried to Sir 
Tho. Carew 



4/ 



=Sir Thomas 


Margaret 


Carew. second- 


aged 20 


ly Sir Hal- 


21 H.YI. 


nathe Male- 


at father's 


verer ^ 


death 


Will of Sir H. 


mar. Sir 


M. prob. 4 Ap., 


Hugh 


1502, P. P. C. 


Cour- 


Blamye 73. 


teney 



\K 



Nicho. Carminow= 
Inq. p. m. 1 1 Ed. IV., No. 44. Names his father 
Will. C. and lauds to revert to Joanna, aged 
about 40, the wife of Haluathe Maleverer and 
widow of Sir Tho. Carew, as d. & h. of Tho. C, 
the uticle and h. of John, s. and h. of John, s. 
and h. of Sir Will. C. 

Named also in will, of his bi'o. Thomas. Inq. 
a. q. d. 24 U. VI. 



Walter Carminow= 

All the descents from this 
match are taken from an 
old MSS. penes H. H. 
Drake. 



=Jane Resprin 



John Car- 
minow 



=Philippa da. &coh.of Jno. 
Trenowth of FentongoUan 



Eliza, ni Elinor m. 
Jno. Bere Nich.O])ie 
ofPengelly of Bodmin 



Pliilippa 
m. Peter 
Bevill 



Catherine m. 
Humfrey 
Baten Duns- 
land 



Isabel m. 
Jno. Yiell 
of Trevor- 
der 



Jane m. Hum- 
frey Calwood- 
ley 

I 



•lane Calwdodlev 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



299 



A| 



Thomas= 

Carmi- 

now 



-Elizb. da. John = Margt. da. & 
to dies- Car- coh. of Ches- 
man minow man 



Nicholas Carminow m. Catherin 
2nd da. & coh. to Jno. Wolve- 
don of Wolvedon 



John Carini-= 
now Fenton- 
gollan 



-Margt. da. of 
X'fer Tre- 
dennick 



I I 
Nicho. 



Walter 



Elizb. m. 

Rich. 

Herle 



Philippe m. 
Rich. Pen- 
pons 



Jane 



Mary m. Wm. 3. Juell 2. George m. Jane 1. 01iTer=pMary da. of Peter 
Flamanke da. of Lower s. & h. I Coryton 



The. Carminow 



Anne 



Margaret 



> These four generations follow in order according to a pedigree drawn up temp. Hen. VII. 
(Harl. 1074, fo. 320), supposed by Sir Harris Nicolas to have been the work of a Herald to 
prove several families to be '• of the king's blood ; " also according to Harl. MS. 4031, fo. 221. 



prove 

2 Assize Roll, .30 Ed. I., Mich. 



M" 

1 ^1 also 
21 j 

6 Ed. 1. 
M) 

1 V4 m. 14. 
20) 



2in. 21. 



In an Assize Roll 12 Ed. I. a Michael de Caer- 
minow is twice named. 



30 Ed. I. 
M" 

1 \-2 m. 22. 
21 



Rogerus de Kermynow plena agtatis et nondum miles. 

Roger tenet man'ia Wynyenton & Mervyn in excamb' maner' de 
Bochyny & Tyntagel que comes modo tenet. 



Roger de Carminow, called to reply to the King for his man' of 
Wynyenton, said that Richard, formerly E. of Cornw., gave to a 
certain Gervaise de Hornyngcote, his ancestor, the manor of 
Wynytou, Merthyn, and Tam'ton in exchange for the manor of 
Bochym, wh' exchange King Henry, father of this King (Ed. I.), 
ratified, which same charter and deed Roger presents. 
3 Fed. fin. 12 Ed. II. 

■" Note 3. p. 30. imder Carminow. Inq. p. m. 19 Ric. II., No. 15. 

5 Inq. p. m. 5 Hen. VI., No. 57. See under Petit, also Sir Jno. Maclean's 'Hist, of Trigg,' 
vol. i., p. 545. By Inq. p. m. 8 Hen. VI., No. 24, and 33 Hen. VI.. No. 27, it is proved that Petit 
by inheritance held Trelowyth and Eglosros of Dynham. Trelowyth descended to and was sold 
by Tresaher. See under respective pedigrees, pp. 235, 277. (These manors were perhaps settled 
by Roger Carminow on his son Oliver and the issue of the marriage with Isould Ferrers.) 

* Recites the exchange between Rich., bro. of Hen. III., and Gervais^ 
Hornacote, and states that Jno. Arundel held Wynienton, the heirs of Reskimer 
held Merthyn. and Walter Carminow held Tamerton. 

1 Alan'Bloyo held in cap. the manor of Polrode. Exch. Misc. 

Tho. Carmynow, s. & h. of Will. C, held under the manor of Polrode. \ Minister's Ace. 

8 Extenta de ter' &c. que fuerunt Alani Bloyon. Manor de Polrode, etc. / 557. T. G. 
34 Ed. III. Vic' Comub' & recipi et t'ui de Tho. Carmynow ar. fil. et her. 13. 103. 

Wiiri Carmynow ar. defuncti 68/70° p' rel'io de man'io de Polrode, &c., 6 Hen. 
VI. Halnathe Maleverer, who married Johan Carminow, the relict of Sir Tho. 
Carew, held part of manor of Polrode 6 Ed. IV. ^ 

Queen's Remembrancer, Excheq., vol. iii., 20 Ed. III. Book of Aids. Alice Carminow held 
in Polrode and Donnant q'd Alan Bloighou prius tenuit. Vol. iv., Inq. H. VI., Tho. Carmynow 
and o'rs held Polrode and Davanant I'fee which Alice Carmynow held. Vol. iv., also held in 
Hornecote, Reskere and Ashwater, wh' Roger Carminow held. 

» By Harl. 4031, f. 221, Sir Oliver Carminow married also Elizb., da. of Pomeroy. Joanna 
Petit was issue by Ferrers, and the other children were by Pomeroy. 

[."\'(>/i'i CdniinH/d (in ne.ct jnnjr. 



oOO THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 

(Xotes continued.) 

* luq. p. m. G H. VI.. No. 57. John Chenduit, of whom Johu Petit, aged 60, is heir, iu this 
manner : — '■ Jul' dicunt q'd quidam Oliverus Carmynovve mile.? nup' seisitus in d'm'cio sue ut de 
feed' de Maner" de Trewerys & Seynt Maudyt. Man'ia ilia dedit pr'fato Simoni Berkeley ar. 
lib'rum maritagium cu' Marg"ia filia ipius Oliveri, virtute cujus doni idem Simon & Margeria 
fucrunt iude seisiti, tota vita sua, p" formam doni p'dicti. Et de ipis Simone et Margeria 
descendebat jus manor' cu' p'tin' Bartho' ut filio et hered' eor'dem Simonis et Margerie qui obiit 
inde seisitus p' formam doni p'dci. Et de ip"o Bartho' descendebat jus p'dcor' cu' p'tin Bened'co 
filio et hered' eiusdem Barth'i qui obit inde seisitus p' formam doni p'dci. et de ip'o Bened'co 
descendebat jus eor'dem manor' cu" p'tin, p'fate Johanne ut filie & heredi eiusdem Bened'ci p' 
formam doni p'dci. Et de ip'a Johanna descendebat jus eoru'dem manor' cu' p'tin p'fato Johi 
Cheynduit. ut filio et hered' p'dce Johanne filie Bened'ci p' formam doni p'dci et de tali statu 
idem Johes obiit inde seisitus sine hered' de corpore suo exeunte et d'ca Maneria in Trewerys & 
Seynt Mauditcum p'tin rev'tebantur&rev'teredebent cuidam Johi Petyt, Armig", adhuc superstiti 
ut consanguineo & hered' p'fati Johis videlt fil' Michis fil' Johanne filie ip'ius Oliveri. Et q'd 
Man'ia ilia tenuit de p'fato Johe Petyt p' serviciu' reddendi ei xiij'' p' an' o'mi s'v'cio &c. Et 
q'd Johes Petyt est etatis sexaginta annor' &c." 

Also of the same John Chenduit, Thomas Carmynow, aged 30, is heir under the same 
Inquisition in the manner following : John Chenduit held at his death, being jointly enfeoffed 
with Joan his then wife, still living, of mess' and lands in Trymore and Penscras by gift of 
W. Aleyn, clerk, to s"d John and Joan and heirs of John's body, remainder in default to Thomas 
Carmynowe as kinsman and heir of s'd John. " Eidem Thome Carmynowe ut consanguineo & 
hered' ip'ius Joh'is videlt, ut filio Will'i Cannynowe fil' Alicie filie Elizabeth sororis Johanne 
matris Marg'ie matris Simonis Berkle patris Barth'i patris Benedicti patris perfate Johanne 
matris p'dci Joh'is Cbeynduyt, idem John Cheynduyt obiit sine herede de corpore suo exeunte." 
This Inquisition, together with that taken at Michell 19 Ric. II., No. 15, on the death of Johanna 
Carminowe. proves that Sir Oliver Carminowe left three daughters, who might be regarded 
eventually as his co-heirs. It is evident that Sir Oliver had at least two wives ; on the issue of 
the first marriage were settled the manors of Wynyanton, Merthyn, etc., and the issue of the second 
held certain other manors and lands by gift Iq libero maritagio. The first wife is said to have 
been Elizabeth Poraeroy (Harl. 4031, f. 221), and the Inquisition states that Joanna Carminow 
held of Sir' Tho. de la Pomeray as of his manor of Tregony. The second wife, according to note 
1, as well as Harl. MS. 4031, fo. 221, was Isould, daughter of Reginald Ferrers. The Harl. MS. 
mentions a Matilda Carminow, sister of Sir Oliver C. and wife of William Ferrers, " a quo 
descendunt, Baro de Slane Jo. Bonville, Champernon de Beer Ferris." Sir Wm. Pole aids this 
statement (' Devon,' p. 336) by saying that Sir Reginald Ferrers of Beere married Marget, sister 
.and one of the heirs of Sir Rob. le Deneis of Pancrasewicke, by whom he had issue Sir William, 
which by Matilda his wife bad. etc., whence Slane and Champernon, as before said. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 301 



ADDENDA. 



BASSET, p. 5. 



Carolus Basset, son of Francis B., ar., bur. 29 May, 1627. ) -ni n t> 

Francis, „ „ „ Esq., „ 18 Jan., 1637. j ^^^^^"^ ^^'^^ ^^g" 

Tho. Carveth and Anne Bassett mar. 31 Dec, 1691, at St. Enoder. 

John Pendarves Basset a Squar (Esq.) and Ann Predeeks (Prideaux) ■) St. Stephen's in 

mar. by licenss 12 Ap., 1737. j Bran. Par. Eeg. 

BEAUCHAMP, p. 8. 

John Beauchamp, Esq., and Emblyn Edwards mar. 1684. ] ^*- ^^p^r '^^e ^^^°' 

William Beauchamp, gent., and Mrs. Elizab. Courteney of Truro 5 „ p tj 

mar. at Kea 9 Ap., 1695. ] ^^^nnap l-ar. Keg. 

BEVIL. 

Peter Bevill, Esq., and Mistress Grace Viel mar. 1591. Breock Par. Reg. 

Philip Bevil. Esq., bur. at Talland 1617. ] ^P-°* Exeter's Tran- 

BULLER, p. 24. 

Jane, da. of Matthew and Elizab. BuUer, bap. at Lanreath 1694. "i 

Barnard Tanner, ar., and Julian, da. of Sir Ric. Buller, mar. at St. -r, ^ t? i. . rr 

Stephen's in Brannel 21 Nov., 1625. ^P-"*^^^?^^'"^^^''"- 

Francis Tanner and Lady Carew mar. at Anthony 27 June, 1749, scrip s. 

Francis Buller, Esq., bur. at Pelint 18 May, 1664. J 

Tho. Dodson of St. Ive, Esq., and Mrs. Mary Buller, gent., \ ^ , p p 

mar. 16 May, 1584. j ^^orvai Far. Keg. 

CAREW, p. 33. 

Weymond, son of Rich. Carew, ar., bap. at Anthony 7 Sept., 1623. >- P' gcriDta 

GARY, p. 37. 

William Carye, gent, and Elizab. Eddye (? Geyde) mar. at Menbenniott ^ Bp. of Exeter's Tran- 

21 Mar., 1621. 3 scripts. 

COURTENEY, p. 54. 

Peter Courteney and Grace Moor mar. at Creed 21 Ap., 1725. { P' gcripts 



302 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



DENNIS, p. 61. 

Ind., 20 Mar., 1657, betw. Augustyne Drake of Alphyngton, Exeter, 
gent., and Honor his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Edmund 
Dennis of St. Nyott, Cornw., 1st part, and Edw. Champeruon of Ide, Dev., 
gent., and Juo. Turner of Alphington, Dev., gent., other part. Lands in 
several parishes, Dev. and Cornw, 



GODOLPHIN, pp. 80-83. 



bap. 



16 Jan., 1609. \ 
1611. 

8 Feb., 1635. 
15 June. 1644. 
15 Aug.. 1648. 



Sidney, son of Sir Wm. Godolphin, 

William, son of Wm. Godolphin, 

Elizb., da. Francis Godolphin. ar., and Dorothy 

Sidney, son 

Henry, „ ,, ,. 

Francis Godolphin, Esq., and Margaret, da. of John Killegrew, 

mar. 24 June, 1652 
George Ker^•yth, Esq., and Blanche, da. of Sir Francis Godolphin, 

mar. 3 Dec, 1584 
Walhelmus Godolphin miles bur 

My Ladie Blanche Godolphin „ 

Francis Godolphin miles ,, 

William ,. „ 

William „ miles ,, 

Prudence, da. of Nicholas Godolphin, Esq., bap. 1613. 
Gentle, son of Gentle Godolphynne. bap. 21 Ju.. 1614. 



Deed penes Sir 
Charles Graves 
Sawle, Bart.. 
Penrice. 



30 Julv, 1570. 
1583. 

22 Ap., 1608. 

21 Oct.. 1611. 

5 Sept., 1613. 
St. Paul's Par. Reg. 
Teingrace Par. Reg. 



St. Breage Par. Reg. 



ST. AUBYN, p. 212. 

John St. Aubyn, Esq., bur. 17 Jan., 1697, at Crowan. Bp. of Exeter's Transcripts. 

TREVANION, p. 240. 

rv- t, m_ • J iiT T> • 4. J oA T 1-ni / Allhallows, Goldsmith Street, Excter 

Rich. Trevanion and Mary Pnstwood. mar. 30 Jan., l.o91. J n -c, 

•' 3 Par. Keg. 



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303 



BLAZON OP ARMS NOT ENTERED ON THE 
PEDIGREES. 

In the following blazons, B stands for Azure. 



Arscott.^Per chevron B. and Erm. in 

chief 2 bucks' lieads cabossed Or. 
Arundel. — Sa. 6 swallows arg. — 3, 2, 

and 1. 
Ayre (Devon). — Gu. on a bend betw, 

6 crosses formee fitchee Ar., 3 

mullets Sa. 



Barkley. — Sa. a fess Erm., inter 3 cinq- 
foils Arg. 

Barret of Penquite. — Ar. a chev. engr. 
betw. 3 bears pass. Sa., muzzled 
Or. 

Barret of Tregarden. — Ar. a chev. eng. 
Gu. betw. 3 bears' heads Sa., 
muzzled Or. 

Basset. — Barry undee of 8, Or and Gu. 

Bastard. — Or a chevron B., charged 
with a martlet of the first. 

Bawden. — B. a chev. betw. 3 griffins' 
heads couped Or, each transfixed 
with a dagger blade p'pr, pommel 
of the 2nd, 

Beauchamp. — Vaire Ar. and B. 

Beer. — Ar. a bear saliant Sable. 

Bennett. — Gu. 3 demi-lions ramp., 
couped Ar. 

Billing. — Or on a bend Sa. 3 bucks' 
heads erased of the first. 

Blake. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 garbs 
Sa. 

Bligh. — B. a griffin segreant Or betw. 
3 crescents Ar. Crest, an arm 
embowed per pale Or and B., 
cuffed A., hand p'pr, holding a 
battle-axe, blade Ar. helve B. 

Bogans. — Sa. a cockatrice displ. Ar., 
crested, membered, and jelloped 
Gu. 



Bonithon. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 fleurs- 
de-lis Sa. 
Bosaverne or Thomas. — Per pale nebu- 

lee Arg. and B. 
Bosawsack. — A saltire engrailed (p' 

seal). 
Boscawen. — Erm. a rose Gu., barbed 

Vert, seeded Or. 
Bosusto. — B. 3 escalops Ar. (Harl.890). 
Bosvargus. — Ar. on a fe&s B. 3 bezants 

betw. 2 chev. Gu. 
Bray. — Quarterly Ar. and B., on a 

bend Gu. 3 fleurs-de-lis Or. 
Buller. — Sa. on a cross Arg., pierced 

of the field, 4 eagles displayed of 

the first. 
Burell. — Bari'y of 6 Ar. and Sa., on a 

chief Gu. 3 leopards' heads Or. 
Burgess. — Chequy Gu. and Or, on a 

chief Ar. 3 cross-crosslets B. 



Calmady. — B. a chevron betw. 3 pears 

Or. 
Carew. — Or 3 lions pass. Sa. 
Carnsew. — Sa. a goat pass. Or, attired, 

bearded, and ungued Or. 
Carter. — B. 2 lions ramp, combattant 

Or. 
Cavel. — Erm. a calf pass. Gu. 
Ceely. — B. a chev. Or betw. 3 mullets 

Ar. 
Chapman of Res- i Per chev. Ar. and 

prynorWhit- vGu, a crescent 

stone. ) counterch. 

Chenouth. — Sa. on a fess Or 3 choughs' 

heads p'pr. 
Cock, of Plymouth. — Ar. a chev. engr. 

betw. 3 cocks' heads ei'as. Sa., on 

a canton B. an anchor Or. 



304 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Counock. — Ar. a fess dancettee betw. 

3 eagles displ. Gu. 
Cooke of Trerice. — Erm. ou a beud 

cotised Sa. 3 cats Or. 
Coriton or Corynton. — Ar. a saltireSa. 
Cory. — Ar. a saltire Sa., on a chief B. 

3 cinqfoils Or. 
Cossen al's ]\Iaddern. — B. a lion ramp. 

Or, outtee de sang, ducally 

crowned of the 2nd. 
Coswarth. — Ar. on a chev. betw. 3 

falcons' wings B. 5 bezants. 
Cowling. — Ar, a chev. Sa. betw. 3 

Cornish choughs p'pr. 
Crabb.— B. a chev. betw. 3 fleurs-de- 
lis Ar. 
Crewes. — B. a bend per bend dancettee 

Gu. and Ar. betw. 2 escutcheons 

Or. 
Croker. — Ar. a chev. engr. Gu. betw. 

3 ravens p'pr. 
Crookhays. — Party per pale Ar. and 

Sa., on a chevron 3 escalops, all 

counterchanged. 



Dandy. — Ar. on a bend cotised Sa. 3 

cinquefoils Or. 
Darrell. — B. a lion ramp. Or., Ar. 

lang. and crowned Gu. 
Dewin. — Gu. on a chev. Ar. 3 cinqfoils 

slipped Sa. 
Dodson.— Ar. a bend engr. B. betw. 

2 choughs p'pr. 

Edmonds. — B. an eagle vol. Or. 
Edwards. — Erm. an antelope ramp. Or. 
Elford. — Q'l'ly 1 and 4. Per pale wavy 

Ar. and Sa. a lion ramp. Gu., 

crowned Or. 2 and 3. Gu. 3 

stirrups Ar. 
Erisey. — Sa. a chev. betw. 3 griffins 

segreant Or. 

Ferrers. — Ar. on a chev. Sab. betw. 3 
cinqfoils Gu. pierced of the field, 

3 horse-shoes Or. (Harl. 4632.) 
Ferrers. — Ar. on a bend Sa. 3 horse- 
shoes Or. (Harl. 4632.) 

Fleming. — Chequy Or and Gu. 

Fletcher. — Erm. a cross moline Sa. 

Fortescue. — B. a bend engr. Ar. co- 
tised Or. 

Fowncs. — B. two eagles displ. in chief, 
and a mullet in base Arg. 



Gamon. — Ar. on a fess betw. 3 men's 

legs couped at the thigh Sa. a 

crescent. 
George. — Ar. on a fess engr. Gu. betw. 

3 doves volant B. 3 bezants 

charged each with a lion's head 

eras. Sa. 
Gerveis. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 garbs Sa. 
Glynn. — Ar. 3 Salmon spears Sa. 
Goode. — Gu. on a chev. betw. 3 lions 

ramp. Or 3 cinqfoils of the field. 
Godolphin. — Gu. a double-headed eagle 

dis])l. Ar. betw. 3 fleurs-de-lis Or 

(sometimes Ar.). 
Grose. — Q'rly Ar. and B. on a bend 

Sa. 3 martlets Or. 



Harris. — Sa. 3 crescents within a bor- 

ber Ar. 
Hatch. — Gu. 2 dcmi-lions pass, guard. 

Or. 
Hawke. — Bendy of six B. and Or a 

chief Erm. 
Hele. — Ar. 5 lozenges in pale Erm., 

the centre one charged with a 

leopard's face Or. 
Hender. — B. a lion ramp, within an 

orle of escalops Or. 
Herle. — Gu. a fess Or betw. 3 shovellers 

p'pr. 
Herle. — Gu. 3 escalops and a bordure 

engr. Ar. 
Hext or Hicks. — Or a tower triple- 

turreted betw. 3 battle-axes Sa. 
Hill of Helligan. — Gu. a saltire vaire 

betw. 4 mullets Ar. 
Hill of. Hilltop.— Gu. a chev. Erm. 

betw. 3 garbs Or. 
Hill of Shilston. — Ar. a chev, betw.' 3 

water bougets Sa, Crest, a dove, 

in the beak an olive branch Vert. 
Hoare. — B. on a bend Arg. three tor- 

teaux, 
Hoblvn. — B. a fess Or betw. 2 flanches 

Erm. 
Hunkin. — Ar. a mascle Sa., over all a 

fess of the last. 



Jenkins. — Or a lion ramp, regard. Sa. 
Jennings. — Erm. a lion ramp. Gu. 
Jope. — Ar. in chief 2 pheous, and in 
base a mullet Sable. 



Keat, — Ar, 3 cats pasB, in pale Sa. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



305 



Kempthorne. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 

bears' heads bendways, coup. Sa., 

muzzled Or. and Ar. 3 pine trees 

p'pr. 
Kendall. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 dolphins 

naiant, embowed Sa. 
Kestle. — Ar. a chev. Sa. betw. 3 falcons 

close p'pr. 
Kestle of Manaccan. — Or 3 castles Gu. 
Killiow. — Or a chev. betw. 2 roses in 

chief and a mullet in base Sa. 
Knevet. — Ar. a bend within a bord. 

Sa., in chief a crescent charged 

with a cresc. for diff. 

Langdon of Keverell. — Ar. a chev. 
betw. 3 lizards' heads Sa. 

Langdon of Langdon. — Ar. a chev. 
betw. 3 bears' heads eras. Sa. 

Langford. — Paly of 6 Ar. and Gu., on 
a chief B. a lion pass. Or. 

Langharne. — B. a chev. betw. 3 escalops 
Or. 

Lampen. — Ar. on a chev. engr. Sa. 3 
rams' heads caboshed of the first, 
attired Or. 

Lanyon. — Gu. a square castle in per- 
spective with a tower at each 
corner Or, a falcon p'pr rising 
from a mound Vert in the court- 
yard of the field. 

Launce. — Or on a fess dancettee Sa. 3 
roses of the field. 

Leigh. — Ar. a lion ramp. Gu. 

Loveis. — Or a chev. engr. Sa. betw. 3 
sea pies p'pr. 

Lowells. — Ar. 3 calves' heads couped 
Gu. 

Lower. — Sa. a chev, betw. 3 roses Ar. 

Lyneham. — Ar. a chev. Gu. betw. 3 
boars passant Sa. 

Mark. — Gu. a lion ramp, within an 

orle of 8 fleurs-de-lis Or, a canton 

Erm. 
Martin (St. Dominic). — Ar. 2 bars Gu. 
Matthew of Milton. — Sa. a stork close 

Ar. 
Matthew of Kew. — As above, within a 

bordure of the second. 
Mayiiard. — Ar. 3 hands couped at the 

wrist Gu. 
Mayow. — Gu. a chev. vair betw. 3 

coronets Or. Crest, a bird Erm., 

also a falcon devouring a serpent. 



Menwynick. — Sa. a chev. betw. 3 falcons 

rising Ar. 
Michell of Truro. — Sa. an escalop 

betw. 3 birds' heads erased Or. 
Mohun. — Or a cross engr. Sa. 
Molesworth. — Gu. an escutcheon vaire 

betw. 8 cross-crosslets in orle Or. 
Moyle of St. Austell. — Gu. a mule pass. 

Ar., in chief a mullet for diff. 
Moyle of St. German's. — Same. 
Munday. — Q'rly Gu. and Sa. on a cross 

engr. Ar. 5 lozenges B., on a chief 

Or 3 eagles' legs erased a la 

quise of the fourth. 
Murth.— See Randall. 

Nance al's Trengove. — Ar. a cross 

huraettee Sa. 
Nankevill. — Ar. a cross humettee 

voided Sa. 
Nanspian. — Ar. 3 lozenges in fess Sa. 

a chief of the last. 
Nicholls of Trewane. — Sa. 3 pheons Ar. 
Noy, — B. 3 cross-crosslets in bend Ar. 



Opie. — Sa. on a chev. betw. 3 garbs Or 
as many hurts p'pr, 

Parker. — B. fretty Ar. a fess Or. 
Paynter. — B. 3 billets Ar., each charged 

with an annulet Sa. 
Pendarves. — Sa. a falcon rising betw. 

3 mullets Or. 
Penhalleck. — Sa. 3 butterflies volant Ar. 
Penhallow. — Vert a coney Ar. 
Penrose. — Ar. 3 bends Sa., each charged 

with as many roses of the field. 
Penwarne. — Sa. a chev. Or betw. 3 

fleurs-de-lis Ar. 
Petit. — Ar. a lion saliant or ramp. Gu. 
Plumlegh. — Erm. 6 lozenges in bend 

Gu. 
Polkinghorn. — Ar. 3 bars Sa. 
Pollard. — Ar. on a chev. Sa. betw. 

3 escalops Gu., a cresc. for diff". 
Polwhele. — Sa. a saltire engr. Erm. 
Pomeray of Tregony. — Or a lion ramp. 

Gu. within a bordure engr. Sa. 
Pomeray of St. Columb. — Same as 

above, with bordure Gu. 
Porter of Lancells. — Gu. on a fess Or 

betw. 3 cherubs' wings Or a tor- 

teaux charged with a lion pass. 

guard, of the second. 

2 B 



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THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



Porter of St. Stephens. — Sa. 3 church 

bells, a canton Ar. 
Poyle. — Arg. a pair of barnacles in 

pale Sa. 
Pye. — Ar. on a fess B. 3 escalops of 

the first. 



Quarme. — Barry lozengy Ar. and Gu. 
counterchano'ed. 



Randall al's Murth. — Ar. a lion ramp. 

betw. 3 flenrs-de-lis Gn. 
Rashleigh. — Q'rly Sa. a cross Or betw. 

a Cornish chough Ar., beaked and 

legged Gu., 1st q'r ; in the 2nd 

q'r a text 2^ of the third ; 3rd 

and 4th, a crescent of the last, on 

the cross in chief a rose. 
Eeskimer. — Ar. 3 bends Gu., in chief 

a wolf courant B. Crest, a lion 

ramp. Sa., holding a laurel branch 

Vert. 
Roberts. — B. 3 estoiles and a chief 

wavy Or, 
Roberts. — B. on a chev. Ar. 3 mullets 

pierced Sa. 
Robinson. — Per pale Ar. and Gu. over 

all a bend engr. Sa. 
Rogers. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 bucks 

trippant Sa. 
Roscarrock. — Ar. a chev. Gu., in cliief 

2 roses of the last, in base a fish 

naiant B. 
Roscrow. — Ar. a chev. betw. 3 roses 

Gu, seeded Or, 
Roscruge. — Ar. on a mound Vert. 3 

red rose sprigs p'pr. 
Rosewarne. — Ar, 3 Catherine wheels 

Gu. betw. 2 pales B. 



Sarauell. — Ar. 2 squirrels sejant, en- 
dorsed Gu. within a border Sa. 

Sawle. — B. 3 falcons erased, 2 and 1, 
within a border Or. 

Sayer. — Or on a bend cotised Sa. 3 
cinqfoils of the field. 

Scawen. — Ar. a chev. Gu. betw. 3 
griffins' heads erased Sa., the 2 iu 
chief respecting each other. 

Scoble. — Ar. 3 ficurs-de-lis Gu., a label 
of 3 B. 

Scoble of Tregonnan. — Per pale Ar. and 
Gu. 3 fleurs-de-lis, and a label in 
chief counterch. 



Smith. — B. a saltire Ar. betw. 4 mart- 
lets Or. 

Sparke. — Chequy Or and Vert, a bend 
Erm., an aimulet Gu. for difif. 

Sparnon. — B. 3 falcons' wings dis- 
played, each standing on a staff 
couped raguled Ar. 

Spoore. — Gu. on a chev. Or a rose of 
the first betw. 2 mullets pierced Sa. 

Spiye. — B. 2 bars and a chev. in chief 
Or. 

Sprye. — Party per saltier Arg. and Gu. 
4 crescents counterch. 

St. Aubyn, — Erm, on a cross Gu. 5 
bezants. 

Stephens. — Per chev. B. and Ar. in 
chief 2 falcons vol. Or. 



Tanner. — Arg. on a chief Sa. 3 Moors' 

heads couped, banded about the 

temples Or. 
Thomas. — Per pale nebulee Ar. and B. 
Tonkin. — Sa. an eagle displ. Or, armed 

Gu. 
Trebarfoot. — Sa. a chev. betw. 3 bears' 

feet erect and erased Or. 
Tregeare. — Ar. a fess betw. 3 Cornish 

choughs p'pr. 
Trelawney. — Ar. a chev. Sa., and Ar. a 

chev, Sa. betw. 2 oak leaves Vert. 
Trenance. — Sa. a fess betw. 3 swords 

erect Ar.,in chief a crescent for difif. 
Trenerth. — A chev. betw. 3 horses' 

heads (?). 
Tresaugher. — B. a chev. betw. 3 dogs 

pass, and regardant. 
Trethewy. — Or a chev. Sa. betw. 3 

trefoils slipped B. 
Trevanion. — Ar. on a fess B. betw. 2 

chevrons Gu. 3 escallops Or. 
Trevillian. — Gu. the base undee of 5 

Ar. and B. a demi-horse issuant 

of the 2ud, maned and hoofed Or. 
Trevisa. — Gu. a garb Or. 
Treunwith. — Ar. on a bend cotised Sa. 

3 cinqfoils of the field. 
Trewolla. — Sa. 3 owls Ar., beaked and 

legged Or. 
Trewren. — B. a chev. Or. betw. 3 

bezants. 
Trubody. — Ar. on a fess cotised B. 3 

fleurs-de-lis Or, on a chief Gu. a 

demi-lion ramp, of the third. 
Tubb. — Ar. a chev. Sa. betw. 3 gurnets 

hauriant Gu. 



THE VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL. 



307 



Tucker. — Barry wavy of 10 Ar. and B. 

on a chev. embattled Or betw, 3 
sea-horses naissant of the last, 5 
guttees de poix. 



Upton. — Sa. a cross moline Ar. 



Verman. — Gu. on a bend cotised Ar. 3 
eagles displayed of the last. 

Vivian of Bodmin. — Or on a chev. B. 
betw. 3 lions' heads erased pur. 
as many annulets of the field, on 
a chief Gu. 3 martlets Ar. 

Vivian of St. Columb. — Same as above, 
without the annulets and martlets 
(Coll. of Arms). 



"Webber. — Ar. on a chev. engr. betw. 

3 hurts as many annulets Az. 
White. — Ar. on a bend Sa. 3 griffins' 

heads erased of the first. 



Wichalse. — Per fess Ar. and Sa. 6 cre- 
scents in pale counterch. 

Williams of Trevervo. — Ar. a greyhound 
cour. Sa. betw. 3 Cornish choughs 
p'pr within a bordure engr. of the 
second, charged with 8 crosses 
formee Or, and as many bezants. 

Willoughby. — Sa. a cross engr. Or. 

Wills. — Ar. on a chev. engr. Vert betw. 
3 martlets Sable 5 Ermine spots 
Or. 

Wodenote. — Ar. a cross couped and 
voided Sa. 

Worthivale. — Gu. 3 pheons Ar., ringed 
Or. 

Wrey. — Sa. a fess betw. 3 pole-axes Ar., 
helved Gu. 

Wyvel. — Ar. 3 mullets betw. 2 bars 
Sa. within a bordure engr. Gu. 



Yorke. — Gu. a chev. betw. 
heads erased Arg. 



3 hinds' 



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INDEX OF NAMES, 



Names in Italics have their arms blazoned. 

„ in LARGE CAPITALS are headings of the Visitation Pedigrees. 
„ in SMALL CAPITALS are pedigrees incidental to the Visitation Pedigrees. 
The letter M before the figures denotes " A Marriage." 
The letter n after the figures means " Note." 



Abbot, Abbott, Abbotte. Abi- 
gail, 211 n ; Hanar, 132 ; 
Justinian, 85 ; William, 132. 

Abbyngton, 24 n. 

Abertivi, Stephen, Constable of, 
30. 

Abraham, Ann, 124. 

Achim, Achym. Thomas, 248 
n ; AViUiam, 12, 184 n. 

Ackland, Acland. Baldwyn, 
293 ; Hugh, 292 ; Mar- 
garet, 292 ; Scipio, 12V. 

Adam alias Polgwest, 226. 

Adams, m 203. 

Addis, Anna, 146 n ; Hannali, 
224 n. 

Adlington, John, 285. 

Agus,"Michael, 254 n. 

Albalanda, 20. 

Albalanda, 20. (See also De 
la Land, De la Laune.) 

Aldestowe, John de, 274 n. 

Aleiqh, 1. 

ALEIGH,1. (Alee.) Lora,132M. 

Aletli alias Abot, John, 258 n. 

Alexander, John, 282; Mary, 
255 n ; William, 19. 

Allder, M 57. 

Allen, Alleyn, Allyn. Kathe- 
riue, 247 n ; Thomas, 74 ; 
Walter; 110 ; W., 300. 

Ally, Abigail, 136 «; EUza- 
beth, 115. 

Alta, Hervy de, 261. . 

Alwin, Matilda, 290. 

Amadis, John, 230; Judith, 230. 

Amerideth, Edward, 81, 120; 
Elizabeth, 120 ; Judith, 81. 

Amery, Johanna, 243 n. 

Andrew, Amy, 56 ; Isabella, 
147 ; Joane, 136 ; John, 147, 
153 re, 266 n, 295 ; Philippa, 
181 n ; William, 56. 

Andrewe alias Hoop, Petronell, 
122 ; Stephen, 122. 

Anegos, Patricius Erisell, Earl 
of, 143. 



Angers, M 116. 

Anstis, Anna, 161 n ; Edward, 
161 n ; Elizabeth, 161 m ; 
Hugh, 161 »; John, 111 n, 
161 n, 200 n ; Mary, 111 n, 
161 n ; Philip, 161 n ; Ra- 
chel, 161 n ; Roeer, 161 n ; 
William, 161 n ; Wilmot, 
161 n. 

Anteewon, 75. 

Antron, 162. (Anthorne.) 
Jane, 276, 277 ; John, 257 ; 
Isabell, 257 ; William, 276. 

Anyon (? Lany on), Walter, 154. 

Ap Conw3'n, Rywallon, Prince 
of Wales, 30; Gladys, his 
da., 30. 

Apley, Apeley. J., 183; Mary, 
101 ; Robert, 101, 241 ; 
Susan, 241. 

Ap Griffith, Llewellyn, 180 n ■ 
Rhys, Prince of South Wales, 
31. 

Appledore or Appeldryffeld, 
Avice, 30 ; William, 30. 

Apsley, 32. 

Ap Theodor Maur, Nesta, 30; 
Henry, 30 ; Rees, Prince of 
Wales, 30. 

Ap Thomas, 216. Margaret, 
242 ; Sir Rhice, 242 ; Sir 
William, 216. 

Archar, Joan, 126 ; John, 126. 

Archard, John, 225 ; Jone,225 ; 
Richard, 156 n. 

Akchdecon, 31. (Archdeacon, 
Le Archdecon, Le Erce- 
dekne.) M 219, 239. Alice, 
75 ; Amitia, 276 ; Elinor, 
223; Roger, 75; Sir Tho- 
mas, 276; Thomas, 180 »., 
223. 

Archedekne, 33 n. 

Arquill', Galfrid de, 261 w; 
Lucian de, 261 n ; Ralph de, 
261 n; Thomas de, 261 »; 
Vivian de, 261 n. 



Arscott, 303. 

ARSCOTT, 286, 287. Agnes, 
12 ; Anne, 116 ; Arthur, 109, 
140, 293 ; Ehzabeth, 109 ; 
Honor, 140; Humphry, 154; 
Joane, 193; John, 12; Ka- 
therine, 154; Mary, 230; 
Rosseter, 243; Thomas, 12; 
Tristram, 230 ; William, 116, 
193. 

Arthorn, Robert, 229 n. 

Arthur, Prince, 222. 

Arundel, 257, 303. 

Arundell, 258 n. 

Aeundell, 243, 297. 

ARUNDELL, 2, 3, 271, 272, 
273, 274 n, 275 n. (Arrun- 
dell, Arundle, Arondell, de 
Arundell, etc.) m 34, 84, 95, 
239 n, 240. Agatha, 27; 
Alice, 19, 20, 240 re; Alex- 
ander, 100 n ; Anne, 212 n, 
241 «; Christopher, 17, 42, 
89; Dorothy, 50; The Earl 
of, 31, 258 ?a; Elizabeth, 
36, 64 », 89, 185 n ; Florence, 
257 ; George, 287 ; Gertrude, 
287 ; Humphry, 9, 37 m ; 
Isabell, 224 ; Jacquet, 22 ; 
Jane, 40, 213 n, 242 ; Sir 
John, 19, 34 n, 35 n, 36, 
40, 64 re, 81, 84 n, 213 n, 
220 «, 224, 233, 242, 
277 n; John, 27, 28, 29, 
33 n, 34 n, 50, 68, 83, 
164, 164 re, 189 n, 212, 233, 
235 n, 255 n, 277 n, 298, 
299 n ■ Jone, 239 ; Julian, 28 ; 
Katherine, 164 », 212 ; Lady 
Elizabeth, 213 n ; Sir Law- 
rence, 20 ; Lawrence, 19, 112 ; 
Margaret, 189 re, 240 ; Mar- 
gery, 17, 233, 233 n ; Maria, 
85 «, 235 w ; Mary, 243 ; 
Otho, 239 ; Philippa, 9 ; 
Ralph, 239; Richard, 257; 
Robert, 22, 39 ; Sir Thomas, 



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INDEX OF NA3IES. 



AllUNBELL— eoH)!/>H(frf. 
145, 185 n ; Thomas, 85, 
240 n ; Thomasine, 85 ; Wil- 
liam, 89, 171 M ; Zachary, 265. 

Arvos, Jaue, 94 ; Joane, 94 n ; 
Philip, 94 ; Richard, 94 n. 

Ashe, Ash. Edward, 116 n; 
Henry, 149 ; Lovedav, 149 n. 

Ashford, M 194. Ann, 209, 
211 ; Arthur, 209, 210, 211 ; 
Catherine, 210. 

Aston, Julian, 4. Ralph de, 4. 
Sir Roger, 146. 

At Comb, 69. 

Atkins, M 207. 

At Lev, Thomas, 6. 

Atwilf, At Will. John, 78 »; 
Ralph, 25. 

Audley, Audeley, 86 n. Anne, 
45 r Blanch, 91 ; James, 
Lord, 91 ; Rowland, 91 ; 
Thomas, 45. 

Auen, St. G., 43. Mary, 43. 

Austin, Henry, 274 n. 

Avent, Andrew, 180 n; Mary, 
236 n. 

Avery, Averie. Jenepher, 65 ; 
Johanna, 115 n ; Loveda}', 
238 n ■ Michael, 65 ; Wil- 
liam, 53, 53 n, 285. 

Axworthy, Nicholas, 295. 

Ai/re. 303. 

A'YRE alias EYRE, 3. (See 
also Eare and Eyre.) ii 182. 
Alice, 68. 



Bab, Elizabeth, 10. 

Babbidge, Walter, 284. 

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 235 «. 

Badcock, John, 83 »■. 

BaLCLT, James, 215. 

Ba-nall, Dudley, 32. 

Bake, 150. Catherine, 209; 

John, 209 ; Margaret, 179. 
Baker, 167 «. Abraham, 168 ; 

Avi.s, 73; Blandane, 168; 

Sir John, 238 n ; John, 268 n ; 

Margaret, 92 n ; Nicholas, 

281 ; Robert, 11 ; Thomas, 

73 ; William, 238 n. 
Baldcwvne, Richard, 151 ». 
Balson," Bridget, 274 n. 
Balune, Emcna de, 223. 
Band, Bande. Blanch, 249 ; 

Elizabeth, 105 n. 
Banreck, si 97. 
Bant, 13. 
Barber, Ji 108. 
Ban/field, 108. 
Barlcloy, 303. 
BARKLEY, 287. (Barkly.) 

Lady Elizabeth, 87. 
Bame, Johanna, 149 n. 
Barnhoiise, 193, 194. 
BAUNnousE, 194. 
nan-d, 303. 
It.VURET, BARET, 4, 5. 

(I}arratt,Barrat,etc.) Grace, 



81 n ; John, 21, 47, 157 n ; 
Nicholas, 180; William, 9, 71. 

Barr^', Barrve. Katherine, 72 ; 
The 1mt&, 30, 72. 

Bartlet, Ellis, 142. 

Basset, 20, 303. 

BASSET, 5. M 75. Agnes, 
92 n ; Anne, 184, 301 
Charles, 301 ; Francis, 123 n 
230 n, 301 ; Gilbert, 143 
Isabella, 144 ; James, 52 
53 n, 81, 233 ; Jane, 20, 52 
53 n, 208 ; Sir John, 84, 92 n 
John Peudarves, 301 ; Mar 
garet, 104 n; Margery, 233 
291 ; Ralph, ISC'" n ; Sir 
Robert, 184 ; William, 20,208. 

Bastard, 303. 

BASTARD, 6. ii 182. Anne, 
129; Dorothy, 136; George, 
178 n ; Grace, 178 n ; Joseph, 
60 n, 129, 136, 281. 

Bath, Bathe. Adam de (? Back), 
150 ; Edniond, 48 » ; James, 
48 n ; Tristram, 162 n ; Wil- 
liam, 188 n. 

Battersbye, 6. 

BATTERSBYE, 6. Nicholas, 
244. 

Batttn, 286. (Batin, Bat- 
tin, Batten.) ii 47, 84. Ag- 
nes, 179 M ; Humphry, 298 ; 
Johana, 248 n ; John, 179 n ; 
Richard, 279 n; Richow, 95 n. 

Baughton, 39. 

Batvden, 303. (Bowden.) 

George, 73 ; Hugh, 162 n ; 
Nicholas, 191 ; Reginald, 245. 

Bayley, M 202. Francis, 87 n. 

Bealburye, Bealbery, Baberie. 
Alice, 56 n ; Johan, 56 n ; 
John, 56 n, SO n ; Jone, 56 ; 
Thomasine, 56 n, 80 n. 

Beard, Katherine, 90 n ; Sir 
Stephen, 6 ; Thomasine, 6. 

Beate, Richard, 112 n. 

Beauchamp, 86 «. 

Beavcliamp, 7, 303. 

BEAUCHAMP, 7, 8. (Beau- 
cham, Beawcham, Bello 
Campo, etc.) M 144. Alice, 
142, 276; Hugh de, 124 n; 
John, 24, 85, 301 ; Sir Mi- 
chael, 276; Pole, 142; Ste- 
phen, 278 n, 296; William, 
126 n, 224, 301. 

Beauford, Beaufort, 86 n, 261 n. 
Anne, 197 n ; Edmund, 254 w ; 
John, 234 n, 279 n ; Mary, 
197 n. 

Beaumont, Jois, 84 ; Thomas, 
84. 

Beckett, x. Jane, 219 n ; 
John, 219 n. 

Becton, Bickton, Bycton. John, 
135, 229 ; Margaret, 229 ; 
Richard, 4 n. 

Bedford, Daniel, 282 ; The Dulie 
of, 31. 



Beddlarke, Tamsen, 256 n. 

Bedow, 98. 

Bee, Edmund, 167 ; Marv, 167. 

Beets, Ellinor, 28. 

Bellamy, Martha, 227 n. 

Bello Loco, Abbas de, 185 n. 

Belloprato alias Beaupre, Beau- 
poll, etc. M 70. Elizabeth, 
33, 297 ; Jane, 251 ; John, 
251 ; Jone de, 239 ; Sir Ralph, 
33, 297 ; Stephen de, 239. 

Benarklick, Banethlek. Alice, 

75 n ; John, 75, 75 n ; Nicho- 
lea, 75. 

Benedict, William de, 222. 

Benford, Elizabeth, 232 n. 

Bennett, 303. 

BENNETT, 10. (Bennet, Be- 
nett.) Ellen, 259 n, 260 w; 
Jaue, 104 n ; Johan, 200 n, 
259 n ; Katherine, 228 n ; 
Martha, 88: Peter, 259 ii, 
291 ; Richard, 262 n ; Robert, 
181 n ; Thomas, 88. 

Benny, Alice, 66. 

Beorust, John, 113. 

Bere. x, 303. 

BERE, 9. (Beere, Beare.) 
M 47. Degorv, 106 w; George, 
116 ; Grace,"88 ; John, 101, 
134, 298 ; Peter, 116 ; Ro- 
bert, 114 n ; Roger le, 88 n ; 
Sephrouia, 116 ; William, 74 n, 
88, 294. 

Berkele, Berkeley, Bartholo- 
mew, 300 n ; Benedict, 300 n ; 
Johanna, 300 n ; Margery, 
300 71 ; Simon, 297, 300 n. 

Bernard, Benedict, 4 ; Margaret, 
4 ; William, 237. 

Berners, The Lord, 117. 

Berry, X. Martha, 11; Rich- 
ard, 292. 

Bersey, Frances, 96 n. 

Bertelet, Thomas, 215 n. 

Best, Christian, 264 »; John, 
264 n. 

Bethever, John, 75 n. 

Bett, Elizabeth, 96 ; Lukp, 96. 

Bettowe, IMargery, 112 ?j ; Mi- 
chael, 112 n. 

Betty, Giles, 172 n. 

Bevi/l, X. (Beville, Bevile, 
Bevil, Bevyll, Bevyill, Boevill, 
Bevylle). Agnes, 109, 111 ; 
Elizabeth, 85; Humphry, 69; 
Lsabella, 275 n ; Jane, 162 ; 
John, 9, 85, 85 n, 109, 111, 
146 n, 162, 177, 235 n, 272,. 
276 ; Katherine, 42 ; Maria, 
85 n, 177, 272 ; Matilda, 85, 
85 n ; Peers, 235 n ; Peter, 

76 n, 85 71, 171 «, 219 n, 
235 n, 277 n, 298, 301 ; Philip, 
85, 146 n, 301 ; Thomas, 42 ; 
Thomasine, 76 », 235 n ; Sir 
William, 146 w. 

Bewes, Alice, 45 n. 
Bice, Grace, 53 n. 



INDEX OP NAMES. 



311 



Biclcford, Thomasine, 140 n. 

Bigsfs, Grace, 18-i n. 

Billing, 303. 

BILLINGE, 10, 11. (BiUin, 
Billyon, Billion al's Trelaw- 
der, Billeu, etc.) Elizabeth, 
V2, 133 n, 230 n ; John, 113, 
133 n, 231 n, 263 »; Jone, 
114 ; Margaret, 113 ; Philla- 
delphia, 267 ; Richard, 9, 46, 
113, 267 ; William, 72. 

BlEEIE, 46. 

Bishop, Sir Thomas, 294. 

BLACKALL, 288. Christo- 
pher, 92. 

Blackaller, M 137. 

Blackdon, William, 69. 

BlackstoL, Blaxton. Henry, 28; 
John, 125; Eebecca, 28, 125. 

BlaJce, 303. 

BLAKE, 11. Margaret, 95 n. 

Blanchard, John, 214; Thoma- 
sine, 214. 

Blanche, Isabell le, 276, 277 w. 

Blanke, Alice, 91 n. 

Blathwayte, Elizabeth, 255 n. 

Blewett, Blevvet, Bluett. M 10 
Anne, 159 n ; Colan, 131 
268 n ; Emanuel, 54 ; Fran 
cis, 189 », 255 re; Johan, 134 
Maude, 203 ; Sir Eichard 
203 ; Richard, 84 ; Robert 
254 n. 

Bligh, 303. 

BLIGHE, 12, 13. (Bligh, 
Blygh.) Anne, 88; Chris- 
topher, 88 ; Honor, 159 n ; 
Philippa, 167, 168 »; Rich- 
ard, 141 n ; Thomas, 159 n, 
167 ; William, 53 n. 

Blompin, John, 209. 

Bloy, Bloyou, Bloyo, Bloighou. 
Alan, 35 n, 297, 299. Alice, 
34; Aniicia, 277 »; Elizabeth, 
297 ; Sir John, 277 n ; Ralph, 
35 n ; Roger, 121 n. 

Bobage, John, 218 ; Mary, 218. 

Bockerell, 61. 

Bodeler, Vivian, 261 n. 

Bodman, Emma, 201 n. 

Bodmin, 280. Thomas Mun- 
day, Prior of, 149 », 151 ; 
Thomas Vivian, Prior of, 
256. 

Bodrigie, Gerance, 98 ; Jane, 98. 

Bodrugan, Otho de, 213 n, 278 n. 

Bod uckshued,Budockshed, But- 
side, etc. Agnes, 99; Jo- 
hanna, 42 ; Robert, 42 ; Ro- 
ger, 99. 

Bodulgate, Bodulgatt, Bodeles- 
gat, etc. Anne, 37 ; Jo- 
hanna, 298 ; John, 37 ; Jone, 
49 ; Stephen, 49, 298. 

Boffrasel, Oger de, 277 «. 

Bogans, 303. 

B0GANS,14. (Bogins.) Doro- 
thy, 259 n ; John, 168 ; 
Nicholas, 258. 



Bohun, 105 n. Humphry de, 
31, 259 n ; Margaret, 31. 

Bois, Boys. John, 68 », 173 ; 
Katherine, 68 n. 

Bokelly, Alice, 108 n ; Nicholas, 
108 n. 

Bolithoe, Bolytho, Bolythoe. 
Alexander, 282 ; Christian, 
91 w; Grace, 168 w; Mar- 
garet, 260 11. 

Bolson, Nicholas, 27. 

Bond, 14,;15. 

Bond, 36. 

BOND, 14, 15. M 197. Ag- 
nes, 251 ; Jane, 126 ; John, 
255 11 ; Sampson, 284, 294; 
Sibill, 255 n; Thomas, 126, 
251 n. 

Bonnatre, 275, 276. (Boniter.) 
Ephraim, 26 ; John, 275. 

Bonnock, John, 47. 

Bonnyface, Boniface. Eliza- 
beth, 219 ; Jone, 37 ; Robert, 
37, 219. 

Bonvill, Bonville, Bonvile, 
Bondvile, Bovele, m 4. Eliza- 
beth, 31, 102, 298; John, 
194, 300 n ■ Katherine, 194 ; 
Lord, 84, 194, 219 ; Philippa, 
84 ; Sir Wilham, 31, 298 ; 
William, 102. 

Bony, Stephen, 150 w. 

Banython, 303. 

BONYTHON, 16, 17. (Boni- 
thon, Bonythan.) Alice, 183 ; 
Edmond, 68 n, 81, 83; Eliza, 
177 ; Elizabeth, 68 n ; James, 
83 n, 250, 283 ; John, 68 m, 
177, 212, 248 n, 257 ; Julian, 
247 ; Katherine, 212 ; Mar- 
garet, 170 ; Nicholas, 285 ; 
Ralph, 68 11 ; Reskimer, 109 ; 
Richard, 68, 170 ; Thomas,83». 

Boone, Boon, 105 n. Elizajjeth, 
163 11. 

Borlase, Burlace, Burlassy. 
M 249. Elizabeth, 111 ii; 
John, 253 »; Margerj', 23; 
Mary, 42 ; Walter, 21, 23. 

Boroughe, Borowe. Elizabeth, 
125 n ; John, 9 ; Thoma- 
sine, 9. 

Borrington, Bartholomew, 292. 

Bosavarne, 303. 

B0SAVARNE,17. (Bosavern.) 
John, 3 ; William, 65 n. 

Boscawen, 303. 

BOSCAWEN, 17, 18, 19,20,21. 
(Boscauin, Bascoyne, Bos- 
kawen, etc.) Alice, 111, 203 ; 
Bridget, 74 «; Christian, 169; 
Elizabeth, 180; Henry, 181 »; 
Hugh, 5, 28, 52, 74 », 111, 
167, 180, 224, 235 n, 236 n, 
277 n, 285 ; Jane, 52 ; Joane, 
5 ; Johan, 224 ; John, 52, 
169 ; Lady Margaret, 74 n ; 
Mary, 28 ; Sir Thomas, 203. 

Boskennan, Ralph de, 195 n. 



BossawsacTce, 303. 

BOSSAWSACKE, 22 ; Rich- 
ard, 116 n. 

Bosustoive, 303. 

BOSUSTOWE, 23 ; John, 
239 w; Martin, 68. 

Bosuysa, John, 167 ; Margaret, 
167. 

Bosvennon, Edward, 126 ; Eliza- 
beth, 126. 

Boswaro, M 190. 

Boswathek, Boswarthick, Bos- 
wathick, John, 170 n ; Katha- 
rine, 170 n ; Margaret, 170 n ; 
Penelope, 170 n. 

Boteler, Matilda, 80. 

BoTTEEUS,291. (Botreux, Bot- 
reus, Bolterell.) Edmund, 
274 n ; Elizabeth, 297 ; Joane, 
228 ; John, 274 n ; Margaret, 
Lady Hungerford, 132 n ; 
Richard, 228 ; William, Lord, 
132 m; Sir William, 297; Wil- 
liam, 120 n, 296. 

Boturnell, Jane, 113 ; Richard, 
113 ; William, 290. 

Bowerman, Elizabeth, 52 ; Jo- 
hanna, 177 ; Thomas, 177. 

Boweyr, Bowyer. M 168. Alice, 
167. 

BowLE, 226, 227. 

Bowrd, John, 97 ; Jone, 97. 

Boyle, Anna, 152 n. 

Bozom, Elizabeth, 31. 

Beabyn, 36, 217. (Brabin, Bra- 
ban.) Frances, 151 n; John, 
103 ; Katherine, 103. 

Bradley, Bradlye. M 289. Tho- 
mas, 232 n. 

Bragdon, Elynor, 90. 

Beandon, 61 ; Anne, 32 ; 
Charles, Duke of Suflfolk, 32. 

Brandon, 294. 

Bray, 303. 

BRAY, 23, 24 ; Alice, 131 n ; 
Elizabeth, 38 n ; Johanna, 
238 n ; Maria, 149 n ; Robert, 
131 n, 238 n ; William, 38 n. 

Brende, Johanna, 187 n. 

Brendewoode, Alice, 238 n ; 
Hugh, 238 n. 

Brendon, Elizabeth, 290; Joane, 
58 ; Joanna, 137 ». 

Brentchurch, Baron, 30. 

Brett, Rose, 19, 20; William, 
19, 20. 

Brewer, 61; Alice, 143; Pru- 
dence, 254 « ; William de, 143. 

Brewin, 66. 

Brewys, Robert, 215 n. 

Brian, Constance, 79, 80 ; John, 
79, 80. 

Bridges, Anne, 76 ; Richard, 76. 

Bridgman, Jasper, 292. 

Brightrixton, 193, 194 ; Johan- 
na, 194 ; John, 194. 

Bristol, Jonathan Trelawney, 
Bishop of, 110 n ; Marquis of, 
32. 



312 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Bristow, Mar}-, 248 «. 

Brixstoii, 66. 

Eroadbridge, Bishop of Exeter, 
10. 

Broade, Joane, 177 ». 

Beogeave, 61. 

Broke, "Willougliby de. See 
"Willoughby. 

Brokin, Broken. Alice, 6 ; 
Christopher, 6, 78 ; EUzabeth, 
78. 

Brooke, Brook. John, 291 ; 
Ealph, 294.. 

Brotherton, Thomas de, &i n. 

Browncowse, Christian, 22 ; 
John, 22. 

Browne, 60 n : Ar., 220 n ■ 
Elizabeth, 173 w; Frances, 
81 » ; Sandry, 217. 

Browning, Browneing, Brown- 
inge. James, 41 ; Jane, 70 ; 
Kalherine, 87; Richard, 7; 
Timothy, 128 n. 

Bruin, Bruynr. Argent, 200 n ; 
Margaret, 60 ; Eichard, 60. 

Bruysye, M 55. 

Buckland, Thomasine, 275 «. 

Bugges, Anne, 205 ; Edward, 
205. 

Bulegbe, Isabella de, 271 ». 

Bullen, Bullin. M 38. Anne 
87 n ; Mary, 87 n ; Sir Thomas, 
86 n, 87 n ; Sir William, 86 n. 

Buller, 303. 

BULLER, 24, 25. (Bouller.) 
Elizabeth, 301; Emlin, 43; 
Frances, 252; Francis, 26, 
43, 63, 112, 135, 252, 301 ; 
John, 47 n ; John Francis, 
230 «; Jane, 301; Julian, 
279 n, 301 ; Katherine, 161 ; 
Margaret, 112, 261 n ; Mar- 
gery, 135 ; Maria, 26 ; Mary, 
301 ; Matthew, 301 ; Sir Rich- 
ard, 26, 161, 279 «, 284, 301 ; 
Richard, 51 n, 161 ; Thoma- 
sine, 63. 

Bulteele, Mary, 259 n. 

Burden, Burden. Digory, 291 
Joane, 92 ; Margaret, 107 
Peter, 210 ; Robert, 92, 123 « 
Susan, 123 n. 

Utirell, 25, 303. 

BURELL, 25, 26 ; Arthur, 25. 

Burges, 303. 

BURGES, 26. (Burgesse, Bar- 
ges, etc.) Anne, 237 ; Grace, 
187 w; Henry ,181 ; Humphry, 
239; John "^256 m; Thomas, 
181, 237, 285. 

Burgoyne, Hrjwyn. Joane, 44; 
John, 66 ; Margaret, 66 ; 
Richard, 44. 

Burnand, Peter, 54 n. 

Burnbury, Edward, 150. 

Burncll, Bridget, 49. 

Burnevv, Thomas, 107 n. 

Burnford, 13. 

Burthogg, Martin, 1 10 n. 



Burwash, Bartholomew, 144 ; 
Johanna, 144. 

Burj-, Gertrude, 207 w; Hum- 
phry', 207 n. 

Buryngton, Robert, 125 n. 

Bushel, M 20. Richard, 208. 

Bussowe, Michael, 22. 

Buavargus, 303. 

BUSVARGUS, 27. 

Butler, X. M 20. Anne, 86 n, 
148 ; Baltizer, 148 ; Mar- 
garet, 86 n, 208 : Thomas, 
Earl of Ormond, 86 n. 

Butevant, (?) Viscount, 30. 

Bi/U, 27. 

BYLL, 27. (Bill, Beyle, Byle, 
Bile, Beele, Beile, Beill, Beale, 
Biell, etc.) M 209. John, 
204 11 ; Margery, 46 ; Tho- 
mas, 46 ; William, 284. 

BTRB, 28. (Bird.) Wil- 
liam, 21. 

C.\DE, 286. 

Caffin, Mary, 178 n. 

Call, Lawrence, 89. 

Callard, Florence, 8 ; Jane, 215 ; 
Ralph, 8. 

Callwaye, Joane, 247 ; John, 
247. 

Calmadow, Mary, 187 n. 

Calmadi/, 303. 

CALMADY, 288. 

Calwoodlet, 298. Honor, 
262 ; John, 262. 

Camborne alias Paynter, see 
Paynter. 

Camden, William, 195. 

Cammes, 113; Johanna, 112; 
John, 113 ; Meliar, 113. 

Canas, Emma, 239 n ; Hugh, 
239 w. 

Cand}-, Edmund, 295. 

Canford, Johanna, 238 n ; AVal- 
ter, 238 n. 

Cann, Can. Edmond, 37 ; Wil- 
mot, 37 ; William, 89 n. 

Canno, Nicholas, 138. 

Cantrebr3', Thomas de, 277 n. 

Capell, Sir Gamaliel, 2 ; Marj-, 2. 

Cara, Francis, 162. 

Cararthyn, Elizabeth, 82. 

Carance, Alice, 98. 

Carballa, William de, 55. 

Cardew, William, 285. 

Carew, 303. 

CAREW,28,29, 30, 31, 32, 33. 
(Carowe, Caerau, Kaeryw, 
Karrew, etc.) Ann, 83, 83 n, 
103 n ■ Bridget, 102 n, 163 n ; 
Candace, 242 n ; Elizabeth, 
68, 68 n ■ Sir Gawen, 61 « ; 
Sir George, 81; Jane, 110 n, 
183 71 ; Johanna, 3 !■ n ; Sir 
John, 183 n; John, 102 n, 
103 n, 143, 144, 215 n; 
Jone, 110 «, 111 n ; Lady, 
301 : Martha, 195 »; Nicho- 
las, 1 13 ; Peter, 68 ; RachcU, 



CAni:^V— continued. 

135 « ; Richard, 2, 83, 83 », 

273 n, 301 ; Sarah, 246 n ; 
Sir Thomas, 34 n, 298, 299 n ; 
Thomas, 68, 110 n ; Wimund, 
19, 301. 

Carkeete (Karkeke, Karkycke, 
etc.), 105 n; John, 118 n, 
207 n ; William, 102 n. 

Carlyon. (Carlyan, Carllyone, 
Carlighan, etc.) Anne, 191 ; 
Barbara, 149 n, 201 n ; John, 
191 M ; Lovedav, 253 »j ; Ni- 
cholas, 79, 191,"l91 n ; Rich- 
ard, 253 « ; Thomasine, 79, 
191 n ; William, 169 n, 238, 

253 n. 
Carminoive, x, 33. 
CARMINOWE, 33, 34, 35, 296, 

297, 298, 299, 300 n. (Carmy- 
now, de Carmj-no, Carmyno, 
etc.) M 239. Blanche, 143 n; 
Catherine, 19 ; Elizabeth, 

274 n ; Gervais, 276 n ; Jane, 
273 n; Joane, 31; Johanna, 
185 11, 274 n, 277 n ; John, 
72, 271 n; Katherine, 286; 
Margaret, 103, 276; Margery, 
277 n ; Marv, 72 ; Maude, 
276 re; Matilda, 185 re ; Ni- 
cholas, 19, 21, 80 re, 95 ; Sir 
Oliver, 185 n, 277 re ; Oliver, 
103; Philippa, 19, 21; Sir 
Roger, 20, 276 n ; Roger de, 
185 re; Robert, 20, 278 w; 
Thomas, 31, 276 ; Raljjh, 38 re. 

Carnarther, Elizabeth, 21 ; Tho- 
mas, 21. 

Carxdow, 46. 

Carne, Elizabeth, 153 re ; Roger, 
153 re. 

Carnedon, Robert de, 237. 

Carnsew, 303. 

CARNSEWE, 35; Alice, 37; 
George, 157 w ; Gillian, 153 re ; 
Jane,"7, 7 n ; John, 100 ; Mar- 
garet, 100 ; Mary, 265 ; Milli- 
cent, 224 ; Thomas, 115 ; Wil- 
liam, 2, 7, 7 n, 37, 224, 265, 
273 re. 

Carpenter, William, 204 re. 

Carr, Edward, 46; Gabriell, 46. 

C'arstvell, 66. (Kerswell.) Brid- 
get, 66 ; Nicholas, 66 re. 

Carter, 303. 

CARTER, 36 ; Elizabeth, 204 n; 
Honor, 15, 279 » ; James, 275 
re; John,15, 103, 103re, 151n, 

252 re, 279 re; Katherine, 103 ; 
Mary, 103 re; Richard, 215 re, 

254 n ; William, 142 re. 
Carthewe, Carthew. Anna, 91 re ; 

Jane, 91 re, 197 « ; John, 197 n ; 
Marv, 254 re ; Thomas, 245 n, 

253 «. 
Carvaddres, John, 155 n. 
Carveigh, Carveighe. Barbara, 

181 « ; John, 181 re ; Richard, 
181 n, 285 . 



INDEX OP NAMES. 



313 



Carver, John, 147 ; Isabella, 147. 

Carvertli, Gawen, 285. 

Carveth, Joan, 201 n; John, 
227 n ; Eichard, 177 n ; Tho- 
mas, 301. 

Carveth alias Perguion, John, 
249 ». 

Carwj'tham, Richard, 131. 

Car^, 37. 

Caey, 87. 

CART, 37. (Carey, Carye.) Ag- 
nes, 106 n ; Alice, 122 ; Anne, 
64 ; Elizabeth, Lady Barkly, 
87 n ; Sir George, 64, 87 n ; 
George, 2, 13, 122; Henry 
Eozon, Lord Hunsdon, 31 ; 
Henry, Lord Hunsdon, 87 n ; 
281 ; James, 5 ; Margaret, 13 ; 
Mary, 2 ; Sir Robert, Earl of 
Monmouth, 240 ; Robert, 31, 
94 n; Sir William, 87 »; 
William, 29, 301. 

Cavell, 303. 

CAVELL, 37, 38. (Cavill, etc.) 
M 68. Dorothy, 59 ; Jane, 
253 n ; Joane, 101 ; Johanna, 
144; Mary, 87, 252, 253 n, 
256 w ; Nicholas, 59 ; William, 
101, 177, 252, 253 ». 

Caskayes, Elizabeth, 238 ; James 
238. 

Cason, John, 45 ; Margaret, 45. 

Catcher, Dorothy, 170 » ; Wil- 
liam, 181. 

Ceeli/, 303. 

CEELYE, 38, 39 (Ceely, Celey, 
etc.) Thomas, 209; Tho- 
masine, 220 n ; William, 
170. 

Chalons, 257 (Challons) ; Ralph, 

235 n ; Sir Robert, 213 n. 
Chamond, 40. 
CHAMOND, 40. (Chamont, 

Chamon, etc.) M 165. Ema- 
nuel, 178 n ; Gertrude, 178, 
178 n ; Jane, 165 n ; Sir John, 
165 n, 240; Margaret, 240; 
Richard, 178, 189 », 255 n ; 
Thomas, 240. 

Chamberlaine, x, 278. 

Champernon, (Champernown, 
Champnon) 31, 300 n ; Ar- 
thur, 220 ; Bridget, 93, 220 ; 
Edward, 302 ; Henry, 64 », 
93 ; Margaret, 34 ; Sir Philip, 
32 ; Philip, 170 ; Richard, 34. 

Chanler, William, 284. 

Chapman, 303. 

CHAPMAN, 41 ; CHEPMAN, 
40. M 62, 139. Abigail, 47 » ; 
Agnes, 227 ; Edward, 283 ; 
John, 227. 

Chap]iel, Chappell. Elizabeth, 

236 n ■ Margery, 123. 
Charfold, 7. (See Grenville.) 
Charles, I., King, 259 ». 
Charles II., King, 221. 
Charles, Prince, 10. 
Charlton 257. 



Chaterton, Elizabeth, 161 ; 
George, 161. 

Chatley, John, 173. 

Chawers, Margaret, 292. 

Chedington, Ann, 24; Nicholas, 
24. 

Cheddore, Elizabeth, 271 ; Sir 
John, 271. 

Chely, Jane, 54 n ; Mary, 96 n. 

Chenalls, Mary, 127 n. 

Chenduit, Cheynduit, Chandit, 
etc. Alice, 20, 208; John, 
277 n, "297, 300 ; William, 20, 
208. 

Chenouth, 303. 

CHENOUTH, 41, 42. (Cheno- 
weth, Chenowith, Chinoweth, 
Chenower, Chanough.) An- 
thony, 115 ; Ellen, 54 ; Elli- 
nor, 192 ; Henry, 115 ; James, 
54 ; John, 217 ; Temperance, 

115 ; Thoiuas, 192. 
Chesman, Elizabeth, 34, 299; 

Margaret, 299. 

Chester, Dorothy, 234 n ■ Wil- 
liam, 234 n. 

Chichester, Christian, 41 ; Sir 
John, 273 n ; John, 196 ; 
Mary, 196 ; Robert, 41. 

Chidley, Dorothy, 145 ; John, 
145. 

Childs, Mary, 260 n. 

Chiverton, 43, 303. 

Chiverton, 176 n. 

CHIVERTON, 42, 43 ; Eliza- 
beth, 247, 247 n ; Henry, 25, 
189 n, 212, 255 n ; Katherine, 
3 ; Margaret, 191 ; Richard, 
238 »; Thomas, 3 n, 17 n, 
82 n, 247 n ; William, 3, 
247. 

Cholwell, Chollwell. Elizabeth, 
128 ; Thomasine, 128 n. 

Christenstoiv, 61. 

Christopher, James, 168. 

Chubbe, Chubb. M 6. Daniel, 
281. 

Chudleigh, Bridget, 29 ; John, 
29. 

Clarke, Clerk. M 269. Anne, 

116 ; Arabella, 106 n ; Eliza- 
beth, 106 n ; Gefferi, 283 ; 
Thomas, 146 n. 

Clare of Solgena, 80. 

Clare, Gilbert de, Earl of Glou- 
cester, 86 n. 

Clapton, Clopton. Elizabeth, 
3 ; Joyce, 32 ; Mr., 22 ; Wil- 
liam, 3, 22 «, 32. 

Claxton, M 97. 

Clemence, Clemens. Richard, 
290; Thomas, 290; Thoma- 
sine, 263 11. 

Clement, Elizabeth, 204 n ; 
John, 205 ; Robert, 204 n. 

Close, Clyes. Anne, 72 n ; John, 
72 n, 241, 283. 

Clevedon, Richard, 218 n. 

Cleverton, Richard, 106 n. 



Clickerd, Elizabeth, 207. 

CUfford, M 226. Anthony, 128, 
251, 251 n; Prances, 266; 
Henry, 266; Magdalen, 128 n, 
251 ; Mawdelyn, 128, 226 n. 

Clobery, Cloberie, Clowberie, 
Cloberye, etc. Alice, 119 ; 
Andrew, 290 ; Grace, 290 ; 
Henry, 119, 284 ; John, 55 ; 
Margaret, 55 ; Mary, 10 ; 
OHver, 10, 109 n. 

Cloford, M 286. 

Cloke, Cloake. Cunstice, 145 n ; 
Henry, 281. 

Clotwortliy, Clotworthie. Si- 
mon, 95 n, 183, 183 ». 

Clowter, John, 213; Wilmot, 
213. 

Cock, 43 n, 303. 

COCK, 43. (Cocke, Cok.) 
Catherine, 232 ii ; Elizabeth, 
72 ; Grace, 11 ; Gregory, 205 ; 
Hawisia, 223; Jane, 214; 
Joane, 255 n; John, 11,119 n, 
167, 204 n, 272 n, 282 ; Julian, 
205 ; Katherine, 194 n ; Mar- 
garet, 273 n ; Mary, 118 n ; 
Milysent, 169 n ; Nicholas, 
133; Ralph, 223; Robert, 
282 ; Thomas, 72, 169 n, 
194 n, 214, 254 n ; William, 
255 M. 

Cocke alias Lower. See 
Lower. 

Cocking, Robert, 253 n. 

Coffin, Ebit, 127 ; Jaquet, 5, 
114 ; John, 5 n, 67, 114 ; 
Peter, 21 ; Richard, 127, 
130 w. 

Coga (or Crooke), Anne, 230 n. 

Coga, Richard, 180 n. 

Cogan, Cougan. John, 261 n ; 
Miles, 30 n. 

Coke (Cooke), 304. 

COKE, 44. (Cooke.) Elizabeth, 
43 ; Oswald, 281 ; Oswell, 43 ; 
John, 82 ; Margaret, 153 n ; 
Peter, 16 ; Radagund, 19 ; 
Robert, 108, 279; Thomas, 
207 M, 265; Sir William, 
19, 21. 

COKETNE, 46. 

Colan, Ann, 223 ; Tristram, 223. 

Cole, 199. 

Cole, 13, 201. (Coles, Cooles.) 
Christian, 121, 121 n ■ Hum- 
phry, 195 ; Joan, 137 n ; Jo- 
hanna, 199 ; John, 121, 231 n, 
262 ; Mart'aret, 103 ; Philip, 
34,103 ; Philippa, 195; Rich- 
ard, 21 ; Roger, 199 ; Thomas, 
85 ; Thomasine, 85. 

Collard, Anstace, 101 ; Jane, 
204 ; William, 101. 

Collerian, Amy, 233 ; Michael, 
233. 

Collicotte, Joane, 214. 

COLLING, 44. 

Collings, Mary, 106 w. 
2 S 



314 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Collin, Collyn. M 108. Gef- 
ferv, 200 ; Jane, 108 ; John, 
108, 158 » ; Mary, 265 ; Tho- 
mas, 265. 

Collyer, Collier. AYilliam, 110 n. 

CollVns, Collin.'*. Catherine, 
265 : John, 255 n, 261 «, 265, 
285; Oliver, 215. 

Coluian, Sophronia, 116 ; Johan, 
59 ; Walter, 59. 

Colquit, 45. 

COLQUIT, 45. (Colquite, Co- 
quit, etc.) Ml 16. Johanna, 
12 ; John, 295. 

Colscot, Daniel, 41. 

Colsull, Peter, 275 n. 

Colthur-st, Henry, 233. 

Combe, Richard^ 206. 

Come, Thomas, 282. 

Comitreff, John, 237. 

Commonwealth, Richard, Lord 
Protector of the, 106 n. 

Condon, M 16. 

Connoeh, 304. 

CONXOCK, 46. (Conock.) 
Elizabeth, 10; Jane, 249, 290; 
John, 10, 249, 255 n, 258, 
290 ; Loweday, 258 ; Nicho- 
las, 258. 

Constautin, Isabell de, 30 n. 

Coode, 46. 

COODE, 46, 47, 48. (Coade, 
Code, etc.) Anne,49; Amicia, 
145 ; Blanche, 159 n ; Edward, 
115ra ; Elizabeth, 4; Jane, 109, 
109 n, 126, 259 n; John, 4, 
109 n, 123 n, 140 n ; Richard, 
49, 145, 258 n ; Walter, 49, 
126 n, 140 n, 258 ; William, 
109, 111 », 261 n. 

Cooke, Vyv-j'an alias. See 
Vivian. 

Copleston, Coplestone. Eliza- 
beth, 288; Honor, 195 n; 
John, 288 ; Siusan, 195. 

Corbet, Elizabeth, 31 ; Peter, 
177 n. 

Corel/, 304. (Corry.) Andrew, 
le'ore ; Hugh, 165n ; John, 280. 

Corni.sh, Jane, 78 ; John, 78 ; 
Robert Kestell Kestell, 115 « ; 
AVilliam, 218 n. 

Cornwaleys, Mark le, 261 n. 

Cornwall, x. Cornevmll, 278. 
Archdeacon of, 271 n ; John 
Plantagenet, Earl of, 297 ; 
Reginald, Earl of, 285 ; Rich- 
ard, Earl of, 35 «, 299 n. 

Coryn, Coryne, Corne, Corin. 
Ann, 256 n ■ John, 231, 231 n; 
Marian, 181; Richard, 181, 
256 ». 

CouYTOx, 268. 

Con/ fan, 14, 15, 301. 

CORYTON, 49. (Coriton, 
Corryton, Corriton, Coring- 
ton, Curington,etc.) m 212. 
Edith, 47; Elizabeth, 14, 15, 
242 ; Grace, 100 ; Sir John, 



CO'RYTO'M—coHtimied. 

43 n ; Lady, 241 n ; Lady 
Sarah, 242 "n ; Margaret, 89 ; 
Mary, 34, 222, 246, 299; 
Nichol, 4 ; Peter, 34, 47, 100, 
222, 242, 299 ; Richard, 47 ; 
Thomas, 4, 246. 

Cosgarne, John, 200 n, 201 «, 
259 ». 

Cossen alias Madern, 301. 

COSSEN alias MADERN, 51. 
(Cozen, Madderne, etc.) 
Grace, 260 n ; John, 240 ; 
William, 285. 

Cosioarth, 304. 

COSWARTH, 50. (Cosworth, 
etc.) Alice, 102 n; Cathe- 
rine, 2 ; Dorothy, 1 12 ; Ed- 
ward, 2 ; Henry, 139 n ; John, 
2 n, 93 n; 'julyan, 139; 
Katherine, 28 ; Samuel, 93 ; 
Thomas, 112, 212. 

Coswyne, Katherine, 174; Tho- 
mas, 174. 

Coteeles, Mary, 64; Sir Thomas, 
64. 

Coterell, Judith, 170 n. 

Cottell, M 206. Walter, 106 n ; 
William, 50. 

Cotton, M 93. Dorothy, 101 ?« ; 
Reve, 106 n ; William, 93 n. 

Coty, Johana, 186 n. 

Couch, Couche, Cowche. m231. 
Blanch, 58 ; Edward, 58, 135, 
235 n ; Elizabeth, 10 ; Prances, 
135; John, 96, 185; Ralph, 
76 ; Robert, 10, 107 «, 141 n. 

Courcve, Katherine, 30; Miles, 
Lord, 30. 

Courtenai/, Courtney, 52, 257. 

COURTENAY, COURTE- 
NEY, COURTNEY, 51, 52, 
53, 54w. Ml37. Ann, 108 re, 
243 n ; Constance, 92 ; Doug- 
las, 24-ln ; Earl of Devon, 259"; 
Edward, 24 n, 108, 229 n, 
288, 244 n, 261 n ■ Edward, 
Earl of Devon, 21, 60 w, 145 ?», 
229» ; Sir Edward, 60« ; Eliza- 
beth, 7 », 268, 301 ; Florence, 
229; Francis, 112 n, 118 n, 
133, 133 n ; George, 92, 231 ; 
Henry, 152 n, 183 n ; Sir 
Hugh, 229, 298 ; Hugh, 84, 
145 ; Humphry, 32 ; Isabella, 
145 ; Joane, '32, 33, 279 ; 
Johanna, 207 ; John, 161 n, 
189 n, 212, 234 n, 253 n, 255 n ; 
Katherine, 108, 127, 288; 
Lady, 71 n ; Lawrence, 21 n, 
38 ;"Lowdav, 162 ; Margaret, 
24 n, 81, 244, 244 n, 261 « ; 
Maria, 112 «, 207; Mary, 
264 n ; Nan, 184 n ; Nicholas, 
112 w, 262 n ; Sir Peirse, 127, 
288 ; Peter, 24«, 207, 227, 244, 
301; Philip, 137 w; Philippa, 
38, 112 n, 118 n ; Richard, 
112 n, 162, 162 n, 207 ; Ro- 



COVRTEy^ AY— continued. 

bert, 279; Thomas, Earl of 

Devon, 183 n, 229 n ; Ursula, 

137 n ; Sir William, 32, 268 ; 

William, 5, 63 n, 80 n, 24 1 n, 

264 n ; W., 107 n. 
Courtney, 31. 
Courtier, John, 160 ; Maria, 

160. 
Courti.s, Cartels. John, 152 n ; 

Richard, 21. 
Coivlin, Cowling, 304. 
CO WLIX, 54. (Cowling, Cow- 

linge, Coulyn, Cowlynge, 

Cowlyn, etc.) m 174. Cla- 
rence, 42 ; Elizabeth, 99 n ; 

John, 42, 80, 127 «, 258 n ; 

Melior, 80; Richard, 102; 

Tliomas, 127 n ; Thomasine, 

223 ; William, 223, 258. 
Cowling, 102. 
Crab, 304. 
CRAB, 55. (Crabb, Crabbe.) 

Agnes, 198, 200 ; Jane, 186 ; 

John, 200 ; Richard, 91. 
Cradock, John, 59 ; Rose, 59. 
Crago, Philipa, 111 n. 
Crampporn, Thomas, 205. 
Crancann, Crankan, or Caran- 

kan. M 22. Jane, 82; Nicho- 
las, 82. 
Crane, Sir Francis, 15 ; Jone, 15. 
Crapp (? Crabb), John, 291. 
Creber, Reskymer alias. See 

Reskymer. 
Cre.swell, Henry, 60. 
Crimes, 270 n. 
Ceimes, 3. (Crvmes.) Elizabeth, 

78 n ; William, 90, 90 n. 
Crispin (Crispine), M 182. 

Agnes, 182 ; Mary, 182 ; 

Robert, 182. 
Croci-er, 304. 
CliOCKER, 57 ; Agnes, 26, 

1G5 ; Barbara, 66 ; John, 26, 

66, 117 ; Mary, 57 ", 117. 
CrocJchay, 304. 
CROCKHAY, 57. 
Crook, Johauna,63 ; Richard, 63. 
Cromar, Elizabeth, 33 ; Sir 

James, 33. 
Cromwell, ii 291. Oliver, 221 n ; 

Richard, 106 n. 
Crosman, 58. 
CROSMAN, 58. (Crossman, 

Crasman.) Elizabeth, 54 n ; 

Richard, 152 n, 188, 241, 

241 n, 249 n ; Richarda, 188 ; 

Thomas, 153 n. 
Crowan, Margery de, 113 ; 

Richard de, 113. 
CRESSEL, 55, 56; William, 

198. 
Crewes, 301. 
CRE^VES, 56, 57; Anne, 80 ; 

Anthony, 80 ; John, 80 n. 
Crudge, Honor, 159 n; John, 

81 ; Thomas, 72. 
Crypse, Joanne, 140 n. 



INDEX OP MAMBS. 



815 



Cudlip, Elizabeth, 161 n. 
Culland, Aim,62M ; Tristram, 62. 
Culley, Tliomas, 295. 
Cullow, 58. 
CULLOW, 58. 
Cundj^e, Catherine, 209. 
Ciitland, 66. 

Cutting, Anne, 213 ; Robert, 213. 
CWTHT, 290. 

Dabaenon, 286. 

Dabernon, 61. 

DAGGE, 59. (Dagh, Dag, 
Dagg, eto.) M 154. Cathe- 
rine, 168 ; John, 134 ; Mary, 
220 n ■ Peter, 168 ; Philippa, 
154 11. 

Dallamayne, John, 180 n. 

Dalley, Arthur, 105 m; Mar- 
garet, 105 ». 

Dameeell, 46. (D'Aumarle.) 
Robert, 180 ». 

Dan bye, m 97. 

Bandy, 304. 

DANDY, 60. (Danny.) Sir 
John, 198 ; Nicholea, 198. 

Danet, Elizabeth, 2 n ; Gerald, 
2 n ; Thomas, 275 n. 

Dan vers, Elizabeth, 24 ; Heniy, 
24; Sir John, 24. 

Daniell, Danyell. Humphry, 
122, 254 n ; Jacob, 207 ; Jane, 
122 ; John, 124 n ; Jone, 166 ; 
Richard, 285 ; Roger, 166. 

Dangrous, William, 20. 

Barley, 60. 

DARLEY, 60. 

Barren, 304. 

DARRELL, 61. Elizabeth, 
82 n, 230 «. 

Darsie, Sir Edward, 124; Isa- 
bell, 124. 

Dart. (See also Wallis alias 
Darte.) Charles, 201 n ; 
Lewis, 190, 201 n; Philip, 
201 ». 

Dassell, 214. Edward, 106 n ; 
Margaret, 106 n. 

Daubney, Ann, 24 ; Giles, Lord, 
24, 270 « ; Margaret, 270 ». 

Davies, Davyes. Henry, 231 n ; 
Samuel, 191 n. 

Davilles, M 165. John, 90 ; 
Margaret, 90. 

Davy, Davey, 270 n, Dorothy, 
192 ; Elizabeth, 260 n ; 
Emanuel, 125 » ; Isabell, 69 ; 
John, 16, 170, 192, 240 »; 
Jone, 69 ; Nicholas, 16 ; 
WiUiam, 69. 

Dawe, Daw. Jennet, 219 ; 
John, 101 ; Jone, 213 ; Mar- 
garet, 101 J Robert, 213 ; 
Thomas, 215 n ; William, 219. 

Daye, Thomas, 295. 

Deane, Elizabeth, 218 n. 

De Broke. See Willoughby. 

De Burgh, 86 n. 

Dedicott, m 192. 



Deeble, Debyll, Dible, Debell, 
Deble, etc. Elizabeth, 209, 
211, 273 n ; John, 209, 210, 
211 ; Julian, 137 ; Margaret, 
210. 
,De la Brigge, Richard, 55. 

De la Champ, Andrew, 223 ; 
Emma, 223. 

Belahay, x. 

De la Land, 19, 20, 203. (De 
la Landa, De la Laune ; also 
Albalanda.) Margaret, 18 ; 
Otho, 18. 

Be la Lande (see also Alba- 
landa), 20, 204 n. 

De la More or Mooringe, Alice, 
83 n ; Jane, 124 ; Richard, 
83 n, 124. 

Be la Poyle, 180 ». 

De LA Roche, 31. (DeRupe.) 
Eve, 274» ; Sir Richard, 274». 

Denny. Sir Edward, 64. 

Benny s, 61. 

DENYS, 61, 62. (Dennis, Le 
Deneis, eto.) m 81. Alice, 
79 ; Edmund, 302 ; Eudon, 
251 ; George, 127 n, 251 ; Ger- 
trude, 2 ; Honor, 82 n, 302 n ; 
John, 236 n; Martha, 31; 
Philip, 118 n; Philippa, 118 ra; 
Richard, 79; Sir Robert, 2, 
273, 300 n. 

Derby, Dereby. Anne, da. of 
the Earl of, 243; Charles, 
Earl of, 257 ; Isabella, da. of 
the Earl of, 143; John de, 
261 m; The Earl of, 243; 
William, Earl of, 143. 

Derwj'n, Durwyn. Elizabeth, 
91 ; Joan, 211 n ; Roger, 
211 n ; Sibel, 211 n ■ Wil- 
liam, 91. 

Despencer, 86 n. 

Deuse, Johanna, 171 n. 

Devon, Edward Courtney, Earl 
of, 21, 60 «, 145 n ; Thomas 
Courtney, Earl of, 183 n, 
229 n; Courtney, Earl of, 
259 M. 

Devonshire, Elizabeth, 266 n. 

Devreux, Robert, Earl of Essex, 
31. 

Devyok, Devioke, Deviock, 
Deviell, 37 n. Edmond, 37 ; 
Jane, 37, 52 ; John, 291 ; 
William, 290. 

Beicen, 304. 

DEWEN, 62. (Dewin, Duen.) 
M 23. Katherine, 174 ; 
Thomas, 174. 

Dewhurst, m202. 

Dickwood, Margaret, 263 n ; 
Thomas, 221 n. 

Digby, Margaret, 197. 

Diggow, Martin, 169 n. 

DiMOCK,.184. 

Dingley, m 47. William, 47 »?. 

Dinham, Dynliam, Denham, de 
Dyneham. AUce, 298 ; Doro- 



Dinham — continued. 
thy, 101 ; Elizabeth, 99 
George, 275 »; Lady Jane, 
275 n; John, Lord, 31, 275 n 
Sir John, 298; John, 99, 101 
296; Joseus, 84 n, 258 n 
Margaret, 31 ; Margery, 84 n 
Oliver, 2; Philippa, 96 
Robert, 180 n ; Roger, 275 n 
William, 96. 

Dodge, John, 78. 

Bodson, 304. 

DODSON, 63. (Dosten, Dosen, 
etc.) Mary, 46, 241 n; Ro- 
bert, 25 ; Thomas, 46, 301. 

Dodustow, Ralph de, 23 ; Rich- 
ard de, 23 ; William de, 23. 

Doe, Jane, 116. 

Dolton, Roger, 68. 

Donand, Warin, 59. 

Bonnet, x. 

Donnet, 86 n. 

Dowell, Mary, 226. 

Bourne, 66. 

DowNE, 206. M 16. Joane, 
83 n ; John, 83 n. 

Downinge, Richard, 45. 

Dowrish, Dourich, Dourishe, 
etc. Agnes, 60 n, 104 n ; 
Anne, 64 n ; Edmond, 60 w, 
104 n, 173 n ; Elizeus, 104 n ; 
Hugh, 64 n ; Johana, 104 n ; 
Lewis, 106 n ; Margaret, 
106 n ; Walter, 32. 

Dowse, EUinor, 167 ; Richard, 
167. 

Doygnill, Walter, 55. 

Doyngle, Doyngull. John, 9, 
228 ; Jone, 228 ; Richard, 
228 ; Sibbell, 9. 

Drake, 270 n. m 119 n. Amy, 
85 n ; Augustyne, 302 ; Dun- 
combe, 242 ; Edmund, 196 n ; 
Elizabeth, GQ n, 80 n, 224 n, 
226 n, 232 «; Sir Prau- 
cis, 66 n, 68 n, 73 n, 85 n, 
136 n, 195 M, 196 n ; Fran- 
cis, 106 «, 122 n ; Henry, 
159 n ; Honor, 302 ; Joane, 
232 n ; Lady Johanna, 224 n, 
226 n ; John, 56 n, 80 n, 85, 
143 n, 173 n ; Margaret, 197" ; 
Sarah, 243 n ; Thomas, 66 n, 
78 n, 197 n, 199 n ■ Thoma- 
sine, 56 n ; William, 56 », 
63 n, 80 n, 232 n. 

Drew, Drewe, 270 n. m 92. Ag- 
neta, 169, 169 n ; Emanuell, 
169, 169 n; John, 243 n; 
Maude, 217. 

Drinnick, George, 294. 

Dubber, John, 112 n ; Merauld, 
112 n. 

Ducket, M 108. 

Ducton, Margaret, 4 ; Rich- 
ard, 4. 

Dulyn, Henry, 217 ; Mary, 217. 

Bunheved alias Launceston, 280, 
281. 



316 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Dunkyn, Cecilia, 243 n ; John, 

2 13 n ; Robert, 283. 
Dunn, Dune, Done, ii 92. 

Margery, 92 n ; Richard, 

92 n; Richo, 104 n. 
DrNSLAXD, 286. 
Dunrich, Anne, 249 ; Edmond, 

249. 
Dunstanville, Margaret, 276 n ; 

Sir William, 276 n. 
Durant, 67. M 272. Jane, 

16 : John, 16, 68, 257 ; Mar- 

txaret, 68, 257 ; Richard, 280. 
Durhall, Durhull. Alice, 276 n, 

278 n ; Emma, 278 n ; Mira- 

bell, 276 n, 278 n; Roger, 

278 n. 
Durham, John, Prior of, 94. 
Di'ENFOKD, 46, 47. (Dernford.) 

M 63. James, 63 n ; Johanna, 

63 n ; Stephen, 63 n. 
Dyer, John, 202 n. 

E. . . ., Margaret, 213. 

JEare, 67. (Ere.) Alice, 68. 

Eastchurch, M 171 n. 

East Loice, 281. 

Eddve, Edye, Edy, Ede. Alice, 
175; Elizabeth, 301; John, 
153, 280 ; Otes, 175 ; Wil- 
liam, 58. 

'Edficomhe, 63. 

EDGCOMBE,63,64,65. (Egg- 
combe, Edgcomb, Edgecombe, 
Edgcumh, Edgcumbe.) M 47, 
139. Alice, 114 ; Anne, 135, 
239 ; Elizabeth, 28 ; Erancis, 
211n; Joan, 211 n ; Sir Pierse, 
47»i ; Pierse, 135 ; Sir Richard, 
28, 239. 

Edmerston, 193. 

Edmerstox, 193, 194. 

Edmondes, 304. 

EDMONDES, 65. (Emoudes.) 
Everard, 285. 

Edunet Anuilla, Robert de, 285. 

Edward I., King, 180 m, 259 w, 
299 ; Elizabeth, da. of, 259 n. 

Edward III., King, 32. 

Edwards, 304. 

Edw.ved, EDWAiips, 225, 226. 

EDAVARDES, 65. Emblyn, 
301 ; Margery, 229 n ; Ralph, 
235 n ; Thomas, 115, 192, 
229 n. 

Efford, Christopher, 136 n. 

Egcr, Egar. David, 17 ; John, 
281; ilartin, 17 ; Thomas,281. 

Egglo.sheill, Egloshei, Etrgles- 
soil. Alice de, 113 ; Galfrid 
do, 113 ; John de, 113 ; 
Matthew do, 190 n ; A\'illiani 
do, 113. 

El ford. 304. 

ELFOkl), 66. Alice, 211 » ; 
Sarah, 179 n. 

Eliso, lihmch, 176 n. 

Elizabeth, Queen, 73, 87 n. 

ElltjoH, 66. 



ELLTOTT oc ELIOT, 66. 

(Elliott, Elliot.) Mary, 253 n. 

Ellys, Pascowe, 283. 

Enedye, Thomas, 18. 

Enis, 20 n. 

Enis, 169. 

Enys, 67. 

ENYS, 67. (Enis, Innis.) 
Margery, 63 ; Thomas, 185, 
185 n; Samuel, 163 n. 

Ercedekne. See Archdeacon. 

Erisey, 67, 304. 

ERISEY, 67, 68, 69. (Erisy, 
Erysy, Erisie, Erisi, Erisye, 
Eri.sa, Ery sj'e, Erissey, Herisi, 
Heris, Arisie, etc.) ' M 210, 
272. Catherine, 171 ; Dionis, 
158 n ; Dorothy, 23, 98 ; 
Elizabeth, 218 n,"264 n ; Elo- 
rence, 169; James, 23, 28, 
85, 98 n, 105 n, 171, 238 ; 
Johanna, 23 ; John, 23, 105 n, 

258 n ; IMargerj', 238 ; Mar- 
tha, 210 »; Mary, 172, 259 n; 
Peter, 23 ; Richard, 98, lOSw, 

259 n ; Robert, 103 n ; Tho- 
mas, 169. 

Erlesman, Jane, 176; Richard, 

176. 
Erncetle, Joan, 197 w; John, 

197 n. 
Eruley, Anthony, 269 n ; Isa- 
bella, 269 n ; Margaret, 269 n. 
Erricke, Mary, 260 n. 
Eskler, Vivian de, 261 n. 
Esfcotf, Estcotte, 69, 213. 
ESTCOTT, 69, 70. (Estcote, 

Estcot, Escott.) Christian, 

78 ; Joane, 120 ; John, 78, 

204 n, 263 ; Osbert de, 251 n ; 

Mr., 27, 58 ; Richard, 88, 

215, 281. 
Esse, X. 
Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl 

of. 31, 259 n. 
Eustace, Eustys. Alice, 48 7i ; 

John, 58. 
Eustic, John, 132 n. 
Eva, Evah. Anne, 164 ; John, 

191 n ; Thomas, l&t. 
Eyre. (See also Ayre and 

Eare.) M 182. William, 

226 ra. 
Eyres, William, 38. 
Exeter, Broadbridge, Bishop of, 

10 ; William Cotton, Bishop 

of, 93 H. 

Eacy, Facie. (? Vacey.) Alice, 
• 201 n ; Jane, 58; Richard, 58. 

Fairford, x. 

I'nlmouth, Lord, 277 n. 

Eaiitloroy, Brian, 112; Eliza- 
beth, 112 ; Margaret, 100 ; 
Peter, 71. 

Fane, Mary, 243 n. 

Farnham, Mary, 268 n. 

Favell, Bernard, 4 n. 

Fayrfax, m 97. 



Feateley alias Fayrclowgh. 
Anna, 60 ; John, 60. 

Fenton, John de, 250. 

Ferrers, 299 n. 

Ferrers, 257, 304. (Farrers, 
Ferrars, Ferrys.) Earl, 144, 
144 n ; Honor, 257 ; Isabella, 
143 ; Isot, 49 ; Isould, 296, 
300; Johanna, 144; John, 
49, 296 ; Katherine, 257; 
Richard, 257; Sir Reginald, 
300 n ; Reginald, 257, 296, 
300; Sir William, 297; Wil- 
liam, 143 n, 300. 

Fil Galfrid, Hawisia, 143 ; John, 
143. 

Fil Perlonis, Warin, 261 n. 

Fil Petri, Alianora, 144 ; Bea- 
trix, 143; Reginald, 143, 
144.. 

Fil Wybd, Richard, 195 n. 

Finch, James, 294. 

Firsdon, Auger de, 171 n; Mar- 
gery de, 171 n. 

Fitz, Fitze, Files. Grace, 66, 
122 ; Honor, 35 ; John, 14, 
15, 35, 66, 85, 122, 235 n; 
Katherine, 14, 15; Robert, 
235 n. 

Fitz Alan, 86. Alice, 31 ; Sir 
Edmund, 31 ; Richard, Earl 
of Arundell, 31. 

Fitzhugh. See Fursland alias. 

Fitzmorice, Lord, 30. 

Fitzpen alias Phip])en, 71. 

FITZPEN alias PHIPPEN, 
71. 

Fitz Pierse, William, 14-4 n. 

Fitz Roger, Elizabeth, 144. 

Fitz Stephen, Robert, 30. 

Fitz Walter, Walter, 144. 

Fitz Williams, Dennis, 281 ; 
Edmond, 281 ; Elizabeth, 1 44; 
Sir John, 144 ; Philip, 281. 

Fitz Yva, 276 n. 

Fitz Yve, X. 

Flamanlce, 71. 

FLAMANKE, 71, 72. (Fla- 
mank, Flamanck, Flamick, 
Flamock, Flamocke, Fla- 
moke.) M 100. Ibott, 219; 
John, 9 ; Mary, 253 n ; 
Sir Nicholas, 219; Nicholas, 
261 n ; Oliver, 11 ; Richard, 
76 ; Roger, 255 m ; WiUiam, 
299. 

Fleming, 304. 

FLEMINGE, 72. (Flem- 
mynge.) Doctor, 123 n. 

FMclicir, 304. 

FLETCHAR, 73. (Fletcher.) 
M 97. Godolphin, 140 n. 

Floyer, Floyre. M 286. Fran- 
cis, 39 ; William, 39. 

Foalkroy, ]\Iargaret, 91.; Wil- 
liam, 94. 

Foggins, Gregory, 123 ». 

Foote, John, 138 n ; Richard, 
138 ; William, 295. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



317 



Ford, Jolin, 114 ; Margaret, 
114, 248 n ■ Eoger, 11 ; Wal- 
ter, 248 n. 

Fornell, Thomas, 178 n. 

Forster, Elyn, 117 ; Julian, 
177 ; Eichard, 117. 

Fortescu, 304. 

FOllTESCU, 73, 74. (For- 
tescue, Foskew, Fescue, etc.) 
M 171, 251. Agnes, 215 n ; 
Ann, 171 n, 230, 230 »i ; 
Arthur, 107 n ; Charles, 201 n ; 
Edraond, 158 ; Edward, 288 ; 
Elizabeth, 158; Florence, 
259 n; George M., 86 w ; 
Honor, 288 ; Humphry, 11 ; 
Jane, 258 n; John, 171 «, 230, 
257, 258 n ; Mary, 11, 176 m; 
Nicholas, 258 n ; Eichard, 
215 n ; William, 210 n, 257. 

FOETESCUE, 150. 

Fortescue, 270 n. 

Fountaine, Margaret, 15 ; Wil- 
liam, 194. 

Fowey, Foye. Sir Adam de, 
69 ; Asseria, 69 ; Vicar of, 
180 n, 220 «. 

Fowler, Joane, 105 ; Eichard, 
105. 

Fownes, 304. 

FOWNES, 289. 

Fox, Agnes, 247 w, 255 n ; An- 
thony, 133 ; Elizabeth, 133 ; 
WiUiam, "247 n, 255 n. 

Foxcomb alias Trenchard, M 
249. 

Fragle, Henry, 266. 

Francis, Johan, 104 n ; William, 
113 ; John, 284. 

FrawD, Eichard, 168. 

Free, Elizabeth, 166. 

French, Abbot, 295. 

Frigens,Friggens. Eobert, 207; 
Gregory, 285. 

Frisell, Patricius, Earl of Ane- 
gos, 143. 

Frye, Grace, 28 ; William, 28. 

Fulford, M 47. Sir Baldwin, 
31 ; Baldwin, 272 n ; Elinor, 
268 ; Ehzabeth, 37; Sir John, 
37, 268. 

Furlor.ge, Eichard, 284 ; An- 
thony, 294 ; Christopher, 
295. 

Furzlaad alias Fitzliugh, Mar- 
garet, 246. 

Furzland, Fursland. Elizabeth, 
137; John, 134 ?i, 137; Tho- 
masine, 134. 

Fursman, M 81. John, 135 n, 
136 «. 

Fuvl;o, Fudge, Fuge. Thomas, 
179 n ; William, 283. 



Gabriel, William, 137 n. 
Gache, Margaret, 13. 
Gain, Mary, 267 ; Thomas, 267. 
Gaire, Jone, 71 ; Eeginold, 71. 



Galis, Frances, 74 ; Eichard, 74. 

Game, John, 283. 

Gamon, 304. 

GAMON alias GAMBONE, 
74. 

Garch, Commend, 243 n. 

Gardiner, Awdrey, 32 ; William, 
32. 

Garland, John, 295 ; Margaret, 
44 ; Eichard, 44. 

Garrett. See Sharpe alias. 

Gascotne, 174. 

Gasgell, 292. 

Gatliflfe, Gatley, 105. 

Gaveeigan,223,224. (Gavery- 
gan, Gaveregan, Gavrigan, 
etc.) Avis, 131 n ; Jane, 81, 
81 n, 83; John, 65, 131 n, 
153, 186 ; Margaret, 65 ; 
Mary, 153 ; Philippa, 186 ; 
Walter, 21, 81,83. 

Gears, Theobald, 179. 

Gedy, Gedye, Geyde. Eliza- 
beth, 37 n, 301; Eadigund, 
66 n, 67 ; Eichard, 21, 66 n, 
67, 67 n. 

Geere, Geare, Gere, Gerre. 
AHce, 63 ; John, 48 ; Mar- 
gery, 23 ; Eichard, 23 ; Ste- 
phen, 284 ; Thomas, 23 ; 
William, 62. 

GeflTery, Geffrey, Jeflfery, Jeffrie. 
Alice, 250 m, 253 n ; Elizabeth, 
253 n ; Johan, 186 ; John, 
250 n ; Nicholas, 107 n ; 
Eobert, 237. 

George, 304. 

GEOEGE, 75. (Gorges, Gorg, 
de Gorges.) Dorothy, 54 n ; 
Duglas, 51 ; Elizabeth, 51, 
53 w, 54 n, 84 ; Ferdinando, 
230 n ; Mary, 135 ; Susanna, 
221 n; Sir Theobald, 84 ; 
Tristram, 51, 135. 
Geirveis, 77, 304. 

GEIRVEIS,75,76,77; GEYE- 
VEYS, 77. (Gerveis, Ger- 
veys, Gervys, Gerves, Gear- 
veis, Garvis, Jarvis.) M 70. 
Emlyn, 235 n ; Grace, 182 ; 
James, 148 m, 223; John, 
258 n ; Margaret, 71 ; Mar- 
s-ery, 223 ; Melior, 163, 164 ; 
Peter, 71; Eichard, 162 n, 
163, 164, 182, 224 n, 231; 
William, 235 ?*. 
Genninge (? Jenning), Stephen, 

57. 
Gennis, Genys. John, 281. 
Geraldines, 30. 
Germayne, Jo;me,202. 
Gerner, John, 250. 
Gerratt, Jane, 192 ; Thomas, 

192. 
Gerry, John, 173 n. 
Gifard, x, 61. 

GiFFOED, 206 ; Alice, 269 ; 
George, 185 ; Henry, 18 ; 
Hugh, 293 ; John, 58, 85, 



GlPFOBD — continued. 

286 ; Leonard, 26 ; Margaret, 
26, 185, 293 ; Mary, 185 n ; 
Philippa, 58. 

Gilbert, M 286. GeflTry, 6 n; 
Isabell, 84, 87; Sir Oliver, 
87 ; Otes, 6, 84 ; Eichard, 40 ; 
Thomasine, 6, 40. 

Gilbert alias Webber, see Web- 
ber. 

Gill, 66. (Gyll.) Arthur, 265 ; 
John, 57 ; Margery, 57 ; 
Willbim, 12. 

Gillard, Margaret, 51. 

Giles, M 52. 

Gilly, M 233. 

Ginn, Christopher, 235 n. 

GlanviUe, 77 ; Glanvile, 78. 

GLANVILLE, 77; GLAN- 
VILE, 78. (Glanvill, Gland- 
ville, Glandfield, etc.) Dio- 
ness, 173, 173 n; Duena, 
173 n ; Sir Francis, 196 n ; 
Jane, 196 n ; John, 70, 108, 
173h,197«; Mary, 108, 254n. 

Glason, Thomas, 126. 

Gloucester, Gilbert de Clare, 
Earl of, 86 n. 

Glover, Thomas, 95 n, 278 n. 

Glyn, 94 n. 

Gli/n, 257, 301. 

GLYN, 79, 80. (Glinne, Glen, 
de Glen, etc.) George, 12 ; 
Johan, 56 n, 297 ; Sir John, 
297 ; John, 47 n, 81, 83, 141, 

257 ; Lowcly, 95 ; Margaret, 
81, 83; Nichola.s, 56 n, 95, 
111 n ; Thomas, 168 n, 175 n ; 
Tomasin, 47, 191 n, 257. 

Goddare, Goddard. Eichard, 
131, 131 n. 

Godnesford, Johanna, 193 ; Eo- 
bert, 193. 

Godolphin, 30 i. 

GODOLPHIN, 29. 

GODOLPHIN, 80, 81, 82, 83. 
(Godolghan,Godolfyn,Godol- 
fin,Godolphynne, Godolphyn, 
etc.) Allexander, 68 ; Lady 
Alice, 78 n ; Blanch, 109 ; 
Catherine, 212 n ; Edward, 

258 n ; Elizabeth, 119, 235 n, 
277 n ; Frances, 176 n ; Sir 
Francis, 5, 28, 78, 78 n, 109 ; 
Francis, 212 n, 241 n, 282 ; 
Jane, 5 ; Johanna, 68 ; John, 
38, 42, 68, 216, 235 n, 277 n ; 
Nicholas, 156 n ; Prudence, 
44; Thomasine, 28, 38, 42, 
205, 205 n ; Sir William, 119, 

259 n ; William, 44, 127 w, 
151 », 224. 

Godrewy, Joane, 155 n ; Wil- 
liam, 155 n. 

Godye, Mawde, 223 ; Philip, 
223. 

Golopin (? Godolphin), Nicho- 
las, 113 ; Johanna, 113. 

Golston, John, 209. 



318 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Ooode, 83, 304. 

GOODE, 83. 

Gough, ii 85. 

Gourdon, Jane, 69. 

Gourlyn, Gerlj'n, Gurland, m 
272; Joane, 155n; Johanna, 
76 ; Nicholas, 131 n ; Thomas, 
155 n ; "William, 76. 

GouRNY, 73. (Gourney.) m24. 

GoviLT, 234. (Goviley, Ghi- 
vaile.) Isabell, 277»; Tho- 
mas, 277 n. 

Grace, 30. 

Orampound, 282. 

Grandison, 86 n. 

Gravenor, Gertrude, 69. 

Greatbatch, Anne, 261 n. 

Greby, Elizabeth, 141 n. 

Grees, Germain, 285. 

Gregory, Grigorie. Baldwin, 
91 ; Elizabeth, 66 n, 91. 

Orenvile, x, 40, 87. 

GEENYILE, 84, 85, 86. 
GREINEVILE, 87. (Grein- 
velle, Greene vile, Grenfeild, 
Grey nvele,Gre3'n vile, Grenef- 
felde, Greynfelde, de Grein- 
villa, etc.) M 165. Sir Bar- 
tholomew, 257 ; Sir Ber- 
nard, 146 w ; Sir Bevile, 
146 n, 277 n ; Christian, 68 ; 
Digory, 178, 178 n ; Ebbot, 
195 n ; Egidiiis, 234 n ; 
Ellin, 292 ; George, 195 n ; 
Grace, 74 » ; Jane, 40,272 ; Sir 
John, 146 m; John, 81, 83; 
Lady Mary Howard alias, 
86re ; Margery, 234«; Matilda, 
235 n ; Philippa, 178 n ; Sir 
Richard, 273 «; Sir Roger, 
7 " ; Roger, 68 ; Susan, 178 ; 
Sir Thomas, 40, 272 ; Tho- 
mas, 69 ; William, 292. 

Grevill, Sir Eoulke, 90 ; Mary, 
90; Francis, 285. 

Grey, Gray, ii 22. John, 144. 

Griilin, Mary, 268 n. 

arills, 88. 

GRILLS, 88. GRYLLS, 88, 
89. (Gryles, Griles, de 
Grelles, etc.) Charles, 132 n 
199, 220 n; Elizabeth, 56 
199, 204 n; Jane, 132 n 
John, 281; Mar}', 96 
Sampson, 70 ; William, 96 
Willmot, 70. 

Grimes (Crimes), William, 90. 

Grimsbye, M., 97. 

Grose, 304. 

GROSSE, 89. David, 3, 127 n ; 
Dorkis, 3 ; Edward, 123 n, 
285 ; Jonathan, 108 ; Susan, 
123 n ; Thomas, 127 n, 133 ; 
William, 123 n ; Zeakiell, 3. 

Grove. John, 284. 

Guavis, Anne, 51 ; John, 51. 

Gubbes, Amy, 43 ; John, 43. 

Guilford, Sir Hemry, 32 ; Mary, 
32. 



Gunmaylek, Simon, 131 7i. 
Gwennow, Alice, 258?i ; Francis, 

258 n. 
Gwinear (Winiore), Michael, 

Yicar of, 173. 
Gye, Alice, 66 ; Robert, 66. 



Haccomb, Cecilia de, 31. Jor- 
dan de, 31. 

Haddon, M., 65. 

Haigham, Sir John, 10. Let- 
tice, 10. 

Haill, John, 237. 

Salep, 21. 

Halep, 223. (Hallop or Tre- 
wonwall.) Lawrence, 19, 21 ; 
Matilda, 19 ; Mawde, 21. 

Halet, Marina de, 222 ; Rich- 
ard de, 222. 

Halke, Jane, 91. 

Hall, Roger, 126. 

Hallacombe, 150. 

HALLAMORE, 90. (Holla- 
more.) Grace, 78 ; Peter, 78, 
1 92 ra, 245 ; Petronell, 162 n ; 
Rachell, 245 ; Walter, 162 n, 
217 n, 245. 

Halse, Elizabeth, 218 w; Honor, 
196 ; Richard, 196. 

Haly, Robert, 45. 

Hamle, Hameley, Harably, 
Hamblie. Agnes, 154 n ; 
Benedict, 189 n; Elizabeth, 
220 n ; Honor, 227 ; John, 
227, 229 n. 

Hamlyn. Jone, 201 n. 

Hammett, Elizabeth, 45. 

Hammond, 61. M., 97. 

Hancock, Elizabeth, 246 n ; 
Thomas, 282 ; William, 199. 

Hanlcford, x. (Hankeforde.) 
Ann,86w; Sir Richard, 86 n; 
Sir William, 86 n. 

Hankyn, Joseph, 131 n. 

Hansam, Gregory, 88. 

Hantkin, John, 40 ; Lore, 40. 

Hanyon (? Lanyon), Alice, 183 ; 
AYilliam, 183'. 

Harding, Jane, lt6 n. 

Harecurt, William de, 261 n. 

Harewood, Harwoode. Chris- 
tian, 201 n ; Walter, 294. 

Harison, Gertrude, 69 ; Rich- 
ard, 282. 

Harlewyn, Edith, 279 «. 

Harlisdon, John, 198. 

Harp, M., 262. 

Harrington, 180 ra. (Haryng- 
ton.) Anne, 95 n, 277 n ; 
Richard, 94 n, 95 ra, 219 n, 
277 n, 278 n. 

Harris, 270 n. 

Harris, 304. 

HARRIS, 90. (Harrys, Har- 
ryes, Harrice, etc.) M 76. 
Sir Christopher, 85 ; Chris- 
topher, 85 ; Dorothy, 264 n ; 
Elizabeth, 101, 215, 251 ; 



HARRIS — continued. 

Frances, 114 ; Francis, 84 ; 
Henr}', 181m ; Honour, 120»t; 
Hugh, 254 n ; Joane, 256 n ; 
Johan, 146 n ; John, 101, 
106 n, 114, 120 n, 197 n, 246, 
251, 284, 291 ; Lazarus, 295 ; 
Mary, 72 n, 80 n, 246; 
Philippa, 80 », 181 »; Pye, 
181 n ; Richard, 149 n ; Tho- 
mas, 254 n ; William, 120 n, 
159 n, 215. 

Haeet, 103. (Harrye.) Charles, 
141 M ; Joan, 126 n ; Johanna, 
259 n; John, 80 n, 126 n; 
Joyce, 268 ; Nicholas, 247 » ; 
Parker, 159 ; Thomas, 254 « ; 
Tristram, 268. 

Harte, Hart. Jane, 90 n ; 
John, 135; Katherine, 135. 

Hartwell, Robert, 280. 

Sarvy, 91. 

HARYY, 91. (Harvey, Har- 
vye.) Anne, 32 ; Francis, 
270 ; George, 199 n ; John, 
97, 237 ; Jone, 97 ; Sir Nicho- 
las, 32 ; Marquis of Bristol, 
32. 

Haston, M., 165. 

Hatch, 304. 

HATCH, 91, 92. Christopher, 
53 ; Ellin, 286 ; Isabell, 31 ; 
Jane, 130, 131 ; Thomas, 
286. 

Hatherley, Anne, 141 ; Bartho- 
lomew, 141. 

Haucksworthe, M 97. 

Haughton. See Houghton. 

Haward, Alice, 25 ; Sir Row- 
land, 25. 

Hawes, 256. (Hawys, Haweis.) 
Jane, 162 ; Joane, 254 n ; 
John, 191 n ; Reynold, 162. 

Hawke, 304. 

HAWKE, 92. 

Hawkestow, William, 275. 

Hawkins, Hawkyns, Haukins, 
Hawkin, Hawkyn. Ann, 
232 n ; Agnes, 139, 229; 
Barbara, 102 n, 200 n ; 
Elinor, 254 n ; Hugh, 179 ; 
John, 139, 229, 282 ; Jone, 
237 ; Mary, 200 n ■ Richard, 
135 ; William, 229, 237. 

Hawkj', Thomas, 295. 

Haydon, Heydon. Ebit, 159 ; 
John, 188 ; Richard, 132 n ; 
Thomasine, 188 ; William, 
159. 

Haymer, Jane, 288 ; RaQhe, 
288. 

Hayne, Henry, 8 ; Wilmot, 8. 

Hayre, Elizabeth, 144 ; Rich- 
ard, 144. 

Heare, Cicily, 92 ; William, 92. 

Hekinson, Elinor, 186 ; Rich- 
ard, 186. 

Hela, Oger, 277 n. 

Hele, 304. 



INDEX or NAMES, 



319 



HELE, 92, 93. (Heale.) Ag 
nes, 287 ; Dulcebella, 50 
John, 145, 287 ; Jone, 289 
Philippa, 145 ; Thomas, 50 
AYalter, 289. 

Heligan, 276 w, 277 n. (Hele- 
gan, Helligan.) Joane, 228 ; 
Nicholas, 228; Sir Robert, 
296. 

Helligan, 258 n. 

Hell, 174. 

Helleston, David de, 17. Mar- 
tin us Eger, son of David, 17. 

Helliard, Elanche, 34; Tho- 
mas, 34. 

Hellier, Heliar, Hellyer. John, 
244 n ; Thomas, 231, 232 n, 
280. 

Hellier alias Mayow. See 
Mayow. 

Hellinge, Mary, 92; Thomas, 92. 

BeUtone, 282. 

Hender, x, 93 n, 304. 

HENDER, 93. (Hendar, Ren- 
dor, Hinder, Hendre, Hen- 
dra, etc.) Catherine, 147 ; 
Christopher, 295 ; Edward, 
186 ; Elizabeth, 228, 229 n ; 
Frances, 186, 187 ; John, 147, 
180 n, 187, 228, 229 M ; Julyan, 
116 ; Nicholas, 295 ; Richard, 
191 n; William, 116, 172 n. 

Hendy, John, 209. 

Hennah, Richard, 210 n. 

Henry I., King, 30, 285, 299 ; 
Henry, his son by Nesta, 30 ; 
Reginald. Earl of Cornwall, 
son of, 285. 

Henry III., 276w, 299 n ; Rich- 
ard, brother of, 299 n. 

Henry VII., King, 63. 

Henry VIII., King, 87 «. 

Henry, Prince, 19. 

Herbert, Harbert. John, 167, 
282. Somerset, Lord, 258 n. 

Hereford and Essex, Humphrey 
de Bohun, Earl of, 259 «. 

Merle, 304. 

HERLE, 94, 95. (Hearle, 
Hearell, Horrell, Horwell, 
etc.) Anne, 76, 77, 126, 
180 n ; Edward, 125, 224 n, 
225 n ; Elizabeth, 104 n ; 
Jenophah, 125 ; Joan, 226 ; 
John, 76 n, 180 n ; Loveday, 
121 n ; Margaret, 180 n ; 
Nicholas, 76, 77 ; Richard, 
299; Robert, 284; Sibell, 
126 ; Thomas, 80, 121 n, 126, 
239 n ; Walter, 226 ; Wil- 
liam, 173. 

Herring, Edmond, 79 n. 

Hext, 304. 

HEXT, 96. (Hexte, Hexet, 
Hixt, Hix, Heaxtt, etc.) 
Digory, 177, 215 ; George, 
281 ; Jane, 177 ; John, 262 ; 
Nicholas, 283 ; Thomas, 254; 
William, 182. 



Hext, 105 n. 

Hey, 63. 

Hickes, 304. 

HICKES,96. (Hicks, Hickst.) 
Ephue, 101 ; Hannah, 120 n ; 
Jane, 188; John, 188, 216; 
Richard, 188; Thomas, 101. 

Hichins, Hitchins, Hitchings. 
Henry, 179 ; Johan, 140 n ; 
Mary, 179 ; Thomasine, 101. 

Hickinge, Elizabeth, 129 n. 

Higgowe, John, 245 n. 

mil, 193, 304. 

Hill, 73, 194. 

HILL, 97, 98, 99. HTLL, 
100. Agatha, 119; Agnes, 
27 ; Francis, 183 ; Honor, 
249 ; Jane, 258 n, 298 ; 
John, 27, 170; Katherine, 
249 ; Michael, 258 n ; Morris, 
249 ; Pawle, 68 ; Philippa, 
27; Ri<thard, 285; Robert, 
27, 119, 258 n, 298. 

Hillersdon, Elizabeth, 26. 

Hinckston, Elizabelh, 190; 
Thomas, 190. 

Hoare, 304. 

HOARE, 100, 101. (Hore.) 
M 76. Joane, 181 n ; John, 
38, 181 n, 294, 295 ; Kathe- 
rine, 254 n. 

Hobbes, Thomas, 19. 

Hohlyn, 304. 

HOBLYN, 101, 102, 103 n. 
(Hobelyn, Hoblynge, Ho- 
blyng, etc.) Agnes, 246 ; 
Margerie, 9 ; Powley, 164 ; 
Thomas, 9, 50 n, 181 w, 246, 
246 n, 254 n, 295. 

Hockin, Hocking, Hocken, 
Hockyn. MlOl. Elizabeth, 
10 ; Jane, 29 » ; John, 88, 
101 n, 295 ; William, 133 n. 

Hockings, Mileson, 72 n. 

Hodgshonn, Philip, 165. 

Hogge, John, 156 n ; Mabel, 
156 »; Stephen, 41. 

Hole, Margaret, 160 n. 

Holman,Helman, Hilman, Hill- 
man, Holliman, Holdman, 
Houlman. Alice, 29; Arthur, 
295 ; Fulke, 211 n ■ Honor, 
211 n ; John, 29, 105 n, 172 n ; 
Lowdye, Louvdei, 11m; Mary, 
201 n ; Sir Thomas, 220 n ; 
Thomas, 6«, 211 n ; William, 
120 n, 199 n. 

Holmes, Joane, 28; William, 
107 n. 

Holland, 63. Roger, 31 ; Tho- 
masine, 31. 

HoUewey, William de, 250. 

Holwell," Thomas, 256 n. 

Honichurch, Honychurch, 270 
n. Anne, 293. 

Honnywood, Honywood. Sir 
Thomas, 25, 112 n. 

Honstant, Joyce, 71. Sir Rich- 
ard, 71. 



Hoop. See Andrewe alias. 

Hooper, Johan, 201 n; Jone, 
45 ; Mary, 197 n ; William, 
207 w. 

Hope, Elizabeth, 273 n. 

Hora, Johanna, 158 n ; John, 
158 n. 

Horde, Johanna, 141 n ; Wil- 
liam, 141 n. 

HoENACOTE, 35 n, 296. (Hor- 
nicot, Hornyngecote, Horny- 
acote, etc.) Gervaise de, 
299 »; Jarveis, 20; Mawd, 20. 

Horndon, Grace, 135 n. 

Hornell or Norwell. Elizabeth, 
275 n. 

Horsey, Elizabeth, 24, 145; 
Sir John, 24; John, 145; 
Sir Ralph, 145. 

Houghton, Haugliton. Maria, 
60; Williiiot, 14. 

Howard, John, Duke of Norfolk, 
60 n ; Lady Mary (alias 
Grenfield), 86 n ; Mary, 106 n. 

Howe, Ann, 253 n. 

Howell, Francis, 261 n ; Mary, 
179 n. 

Howsaye, Johanna, 137 n. 

Howse, Elizabeth, 154 n. 

Huckmore, Elizabeth, 10. 

Huddersfield, Catherine, 31 ; 
Sir William, 31. 

Hudisland, Alice, 214 ; Robert, 
214. 

Humphrie, Humfry, Hump- 
frey. Alice, 161 ; James, 
56, 189 n ; Jane, 56 ; John, 
164. 

Hungerford and Bottreaux, 
Margaret, Lady, 132 n. 

Simgerford, x. 

Hunicome, Dorothy, 88. 

Kunkin, 304. 

HUNKIN, 290. John, 46, 
283. 

Hunny, John, 134. 

Hunsdon, Henry Bozon Cary, 
Lord, 31 ; Henry Carey, 
Lord, 87 «. 

Hunt, John, 168 ; Peter, 15. 

Huntingdon, Henry, Earl of, 
170 n ; Katherine, Countess 
of, 170 n. 

Hurst, M 70. Anne, 31 ; Ro- 
bert, 194. 

Husband, George, 248 n ; Tho- 
mas, 256 n ; John, 119 ; 
Maria, 137 n. 

Hussie, M 75. 

Hutching, Thomas, 23. 

Huthnans, Anna, 89 n. 

Hyelton, Sir Robert, 289. 



Ilcomh, X. 

Inch. Elizabeth, 121 ; Philip, 

121; William, 253 n, 254». 
Ingpenny, Ingepenne. Alice, 

33 ; Roger de, 271. 



320 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Ing^ram, ilarj', 18 n ; Richard, 

227 n ; Eobert, 117. 
Inkleton, m 177. 
Tunis, 21 n. 
Irishc, Robert, 101 n. 
Isack, Is.-^eck. ii 126. Edward, 

182. 
Isam, Katherine, 23 ; "William, 

23. 
Ised, Vivian, 2G1 n. 



Jackman, Jane, 206 ; Johanna, 
139; John, 206. 

Ja.yo, Jagow. Alice, 166, 166 n ; 
George, 122 n ; Henry, 166 ; 
John, 285; Philip, 285; 
Robert, 72. 

Jairow, Michell alias. See 
Michell. 

James, Agnes, 245 n ; Jane, 
251 n ; Johanna, 245 n ; John, 
21 ; Thomas, 282. 

Jane, Christian, 105 n ; John, 
199 ; Thomas, 283, 284. 

Jetikin {Jenkins), 304. 

Jenkin, 36. 

JENKYN, 103, 104 n. (Jen- 
ken, Jenkin.) Anne, 212 « ; 
James, 212 n ; Johanna, 155 
n ■ John, 159 ; Patrick, 160 ; 
Walter, 177 ". 

Jennings, 30 1. 

JEYNENES, 104. (Jennens, 
Jennyngs, Jennynge, Jen- 
nings.) M2G3. Alice, 179 ff. 

Jewell, Joane, 3 ; John, 3. 

Joeche, Florence, 250 n ; Tho- 
mas, 250 n. 

John, King, 276 w ; Isabell his 
da., 276 n. 

John, Ellcnor, 150 n ; Florence, 
152 )j; Paris, 202 » ; Wil- 
liam, 256 ». 

J(.ll:ir (? JoUowe). Ellinor, 
120; Thomas, 120. 

JOLLYFE, 105, 106, 107. 
(Jollye, Joll, Jole, Jowl, 
Jovlillb, JoUowe, etc.) Joan, 
111 n; John, 35, 218 »; 
Katherine, 120 n; Leonard, 
141, 141 n; Nathaniah, 141; 
Nicholas, 207 n ; Peter, 207, 
207 n ; William, 120 n, 122 n, 
140 n. 

Jon, Thomas, 76 n. 

Jones, Rebecca, 138. 

Jonwiin, Roger, 76. 

Jope, 304. 

JOPE,108. (Jop.) John, 10, 
78. 

Jordan de Ilaccombe. See 
JIaccombo. 

Jordan, Jordon. Cicilic, 71 ; 
Robert, 129 ; Thomas, 71 ; 
Tliomasine, 127, 129. 

.] ns.-^olin, see ]\Iont Trogomynion 

Joyce, .John, 215. 

Joye, Richard, 38. 



Juyl, Celnance, 216 n ; Tho- 
mas, 216 n. 



Kaill, 290, 291. (Kayell.) 
Margerie, 20 ; Ralph, 20. 

Karkeek. See Carkeete. 

Keagle, Elizabeth, 74 n. 

Keigwin, Elizabeth, 72 ; Jen- 
kin, 72 ; Mrs., 124 n. 

Eeleioich, 108. 

KEKE WICH, 108, 109. (Keck- 
wich, Keckwych, Ketchwich.) 
Edward, 47; George, 81; 
Samuel, 107 n ; William, 48. 

Kelerion, Johanna de, 271 « ; 
John de, 271 n. 

Kelloivai/, x. (Kellaway, Kel- 
wa.) Ji 165. Catherine, 206 ; 
Dorothy, 24 ; Florence, 86 ; 
Johanna, 229 »; Sir John, 
24 ; John, 206 ; Roger, 229 n ; 
William, 70. 

Kelly, Kelley, m 150. Anne, 
200 ; John of, 58 ; Katherine, 
180; Lore, 133; Margaret, 
34, 298 ; Nicholas, 298 ; Tho- 
mas, 90, 200; Walthen, 58; 
William, 46, 130, 133 ; Wil- 
mot, 130. 

Kellye, Trelawney alias, see 
Trelawney. 

Kelverth, Henry, 192. 

Kempe, Kemp, Kvmpe. Doro- 
th}', 246 ; Grace, 212 n ; 
Humphry, 107 n ; John, 210, 
215, 241 n ; Mary, 242 » ; 
Robert, 117, 285;" William, 
21. 

Kemple or Kemyll. Alice, 257 ; 
Peter, 257. 

KemjMiorne, 305. 

Kempthoene, 226, 227 (see 
also Ley alias) ; Edward, 
262 ; John, 53 n ; Richard, 6. 

Kendall, 305. 

KENDALL, 109, 110, 11 1 , 112. 
(Kendale,Kendell, Kendle. de 
Kendale.) M 197. Anne, 118; 
Blanch, 4 ; Constance, 129 ; 
Jane, 80, 196, 203 n ; Jone, 
231 ; Katherine, 151 «, 245 n ; 
Lawrence, 149, 151 n, 152 n, 
275 n ; Leodia, 47 ; Lowdaj', 
17 ; Margery, 148 ; Mary, 
47 n, 149 ; Nicholas, 4, 52, 
196, 227, 231, 275» ; Philippa, 
142 ; Richard, 21, 25, 203 n, 
245 n ; Stephen, 80 n, 1 11 n, 
275 n; Thomas, 118, 129, 
151 ; Thomasine, 52 ; AValter, 
17, 80, 142, 143 n, 152 n ; 
William, 17, 148, 195 «, 
197 i>. 

Kenegy, Kenege. Alexander, 
229 w ; Honor, 7. 

Kensham, Richard, 153. 

Kent, Nicholas, 219 n ; Tho- 
mas, 114. 



Kerne alias Tresilian, Jane, 
205 ; John, 16 ; Margery, 16 ; 
Pasco, 205. 

Kerrise, Ralph de, 17. 

Ker\'3-th, George, 302. 

Keste, George, 152 «; Robert, 
152 n. 

Kestell. 113, 305. 

KESTELL, 112, 113, 114, 115. 
(Kestle, Kestill, Castell, 
Castle, etc.) m 10, 183. An- 
stice, 267 ; Edward, 53, 217, 
233, 285 ; James, 42 ; Ja- 
quet, 9 ; John, 9, 10 n, 257 ; 
Mary, 42, 170 n, 233 ; Phi- 
lippa, 253 n ; Robert, 131 n ; 
Sibell, 217; Thomas, 267; 
Thomasine, 220 n ; Walter," 
42, 258 n ; William, 159 n. 

Ketcher, William, 285. 

Eete, 304. 

KETE, 116, 117 n. (Keat, 
Keet, etc.) m 150. Ralph, 
22; Sara, 22. 

Keynwood, John, 76. 

Kidbroke, Baron, 32. 

Kildare, Christopher, Count of, 
257 ; Margaret his da., 257. 

Killegabe.s, Reginald de, 222. 

Killigollan, John, 191 «. 

Killegrath, s. 

Killerjrew, 220. 

KiLLEGEEW,268. (Kyllygrew, 
Kill_ygrewe, Killigrey, etc.) 
51 219. Agneta, 169, 169 n ; 
Alexander, 236 n ■ Elizabeth, 
220, 229, 293; Sir Henrj', 
145, 229 ; Jane, 142 ; Joane, 
204; John, 81, 83, 86, 142, 
169, 169 n, 220, 236 n, 293, 
302 ; Margaret, 81, 83, 302 ; 
Margery, 172 ; Maria, 86, 
145, Sir Peter, 235 n ; Robert, 
204; Walter, 172. 

Killyoioe, 305. 

KILLY0WE,117.118. (Killy- 
awe, Kyllow, Killiowe, Ke- 
low, Kellowe, etc.) Anne, 6 ; 
Florence, 154 » ; John, 6, 109, 
111, 111 n, 158, 240 ; Love- 
day, 109, 111 ; Richard, 119» ; 
Siljell, 1.58. 

Killivorne, Jenkyn, 167 ; Tho- 
masin, 167. 

Kilquite, John, 198; Sibilla, 
198. 

Kingdon, Kindon. Alice, 43, 
43 « ; John, 135. 

KiNGE, 226, 227. (King.) 
Agues, 101 ; Alice, 229 ; 
Mr., 225 ; Philip, 281 ; Tho- 
mas, 229; William, 101. 

Kirlcham {Kerlcham), 193. 

KiRKn.iM, 194. Mary, 291; 
Thomas, 32, 291. 

Kittow, Ehzabeth, 207. 

Knapman, M 47. 

Knight, Constance, 147 ; John, 
147 ; William, 38. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



321 



Knighton, John, 119 n ; Rich- 
ard, 211 n. 

Knoles, Margerie, 65 ; Richard, 
65. 

Knyvett, 305. 

Knyvett, 86 n. 

KNYVETT, 117. Henry, 57 ». 



Laa, William, 255 n. 

Lacy, Bishop, 275 «. 

Lagher, Elizabeth, 166. 

Lahere, m 227. 

Lambe, John, 45. 

Lambeet, 187. Richard, 179. 

Lambron, Johanna, 272 n ; 
William, 272 ». 

Lamelyon, Margery, 229 ; Tho- 
mas, 229. 

Lamerton, Henry, 291. 

Lampen, 305. 

LAMPEN, 119. (Lampene.) 
John, 222; Katherine, 222, 
225 n ; Robert, 138. 

Lancaster, 86 n. 

Lancuck, Peter de, 35 », 296 ; 
William, 35 n. 

Lauder, Landare. Honor, 149» ; 
Susan, 173 n. 

Landrey, John, 119 ; Wilmot, 
119. 

Langdon, 305. 

LANGDON, 119, 120. (Lan- 
don, de Laugdon, etc.) Blanch, 
13, 81, 83 ; Elizabeth, 139 ; 
John, 13, 81, 83 ; Mary, 188 ; 
Robert, 83 n ; Walter, 139, 
154 ; William, 188. 

Langeston, Johanna, 265. 

Langford, Langeford, 122, 122 «, 
305. 

LANGEORD, 121. LANGE- 
FORD, 122. (Langefford, 
etc.) Emanuell, 107 n ; 
Grace, 47 n ; Margery, 66 ; 
Roger, 66. 

Langharne, 305. 

LANGHARNE, 122, 123. 
(Lawharne.) John, 233. 

Laugollan, Langollen. Ann, 
179 n ; Walter, 178 n. 

Langmaid, Nicholas, 153 n. 

Langson, Thomasine, 146 n. 

Langworthy, Elizabeth, 66 n ; 
Frances, 66 n ; Richard, 66 n. 

Lanhergy, x. 

Lanherne, Alice, 274 n; Sir 
John, 274 n. 

Laukeston, John, 295. 

Lamjon, 204 », 305. 

LANYON,123,124. (Lanion, 
Linyine, Lanian, Lanyne, 
etc.) Elizabeth, 239 n ; 
Katherine, 263 n ; Mar- 
garet, 48, 203 ; Margery, 
120 n ; Maria, 187 n ; Mary, 
42 ; Philippa, 158 ; Ralph, 
127 n ; Richard, 75 ; Robert, 
203 ; Thomas, 127 n ; Tho- 



L AN YON — continued. 

masine, 75; Walter, 155 n; 
William, 42, 48. 

Lap, Walter, 113. 

Lapfeild, m 97. 

Lawiice, 305. 

LAUNCE, 124, 125. (Lawnce, 
etc.) John, 65 ; Matilda, 65 ; 
Thomas, 130. 

Launcelles, Ba.silia, 69 ; Wil- 
liam, 69. 

Lavers, Nicholas, 104. 

Lawharne, see Langherne. 

Lawse, Ralph, 138. 

Leach, 261 n. 

Leache, 125. 

LEACHE,125. (Leach, Leche.) 
Charity, 70; John, 70; 
Nicholas, 95; Samuel, 254 n. 

Le Archdecon, Le Ercedekne, 
etc. See Archdeacon. 

Lee, M 47. John, 248 n ; Sir 
Richard, 85. 

Le Fort, Claryce, 257 ; Henry, 
257. 

Legg, Jane, 195. 

Le Grys, Robert, 225 n. 

Leigh, 193, 194, 257, 305. 

Leigh, 194. 

LEIGH, 125, 126. (Leighe, 
Leygh, de Leghe, etc.) 
M 47, 88. Barnaby, 178 n ; 
Genet, 183 ; Grace, 62 ; 
Joane, 287 ; Mabell, 91 ; 
Nicholas, 133 ; Thomas, 91, 
183, 235 «.; Thomasine, 235m, 
277 n ; WilUam, 62, 177, 
178 ». 

Leigh, Aleigh alias. See Aleigh. 

Leun, John, 227. 

Lennard, Sampson, 216; Wil- 
liam, 215. 

Lentall, Mary, 204. Sir — , 
204. 

Leswaren or Lawarren. James, 
285. 

Le Tailleur, x. 

Levelis, 127 n. Loxvelis, 305. 

LEVELIS, 126, 127. (Love- 
ales, Lavelys, Lavelis, Lowe- 
lls, etc.) John, 100 n ; Ka- 
therine, 54 ; William, 54. 

Letenthoep, 61. 

Lew, Hervey de, 222. 

Lewell, M 289. 

Lewis, John, 201. 

Ley, Sir James, 68 ; Mary, 68. 

Ley, 127. Kempthorne, 305. 

LEY alias KEMPTHORNE, 
127, 128, 129, 130 n. (See 
also Kempthorne.) Chris- 
tian, 214; Edward, 262; 
EUzabeth, 123; John, 53 », 
251 M ; Magdalen, 251 » ; 
Richard, 6, 123. 

Lickfald, Joane, 28. 

LiFFNEY (or Luney), 226. 

. John, 128 ; Marscaret, 128. 

Lillyck, Walter, 284. 



Linan, John, 188. 

Lipkencott, John, 72 ; Mary, 72. 

Lisherett alias Lisherd, 283. 

Lisly, Arthur, Lord, see Plan- 
tagenet. 

Littleher, M 100. 

Littleton, Thomas, 231, 231 n ; 
William, 290. 

Lock, Anne, 151 ; Dorothy, 50; 
Henry, 151 ; Sir William, 50. 

Longe, Longge. Joanna, 232m ; 
Winifred, 266 n. 

Longman, see Jjangmaid. 

Louis, Joane, 57. 

Lovday, Lovedaj'. Jennor, 61 ; 
Philip, 61 ; William, 240 n. 

Lovelace, Leonard, 130 n. 

Lovell, Elinor, 215 n. 

Loveys (Loveis), 305. 

LOVEYS, 130, 131. (Loves, 
Lowis, etc.) Amye, 291; 
Grace, 124 » ; Leonard, 
124 n ; Richard, 291 ; Theo- 
philus, 128 II, 251. 

Lotver, 132, 133, 305. 

LOWER, 132, 133. (Loure, 
Lowre, etc.) Anne, 251 ; 
Barbara, 126 ; Catherine, 52 ; 
Edward, 52; Elizabeth, 19, 
21 ; Ferdinando, 126 ; Grace, 
172; Jane, 34, 119, 299; 
John, 34, 197 n ; Margery, 
194; Nicholas, 19, 21, 119; 
Peter, 108 n, 251 ; Richard, 
202 n, 231 n ; Thomas, 89 n, 
108 n ; William, 194, 221 ». 

Lucas, Lucos. Alice, 247 ii; 
John, 295 ; Lettice, 85 ; 
Sampson, 247 n. 

LuccoMBE, 291. (Lucome.) 
Ann, 219. 

Luccon, see Lutton. 

Lucy alias Lacam, Richard,285. 

Ludlow, William, 295. 

Lugar, Elizabeth, 11 ; Robert, 
11. 

Lugie, Thomas, 192. 

Luke, Jane, 260 n ; Robert, 283. 

Lukie, Lukye, Luky, Lukey, 
etc. M 114. Alice, 172 
Ellyn, 57; Johanna, 158 » 
John, 35, 158 n ; Otes, 172 
Thomas, 57, 167 », 170. 

Luney, see Liffney. 

Lupus, Jane, 271, 272. 

Luscombe, Agnes, 179 ; Henry, 
179. 

Lutton, Luccon. Peter, 292, 
292 n. 

Luttrell, Lutterell, Luterell. Sir 
Andrew, 64, 64 «, 65, 269, 
269 n, 270 ti ; Andrew, 130, 
131 ; Eleanor, 269 n, 270 n ; 
Grace, 130, 131; Sir Hugh, 
269 n, 270 » ; Hugh,' 160 n ; 
Sir John, 270 n; Margaret, 
64, 64 », 65 ; Walthen, 270 n. 

Lycheborowe, Johanna, 158 n ; 
Thomas, 158 n. 

2 T 



322 



INDEX OP NAMES. 



Lynam, 305. 

LYNAM, 13t. (Lyneham, 
L5'nliam, etc.) Agnes, 9 
Dorothy, 59 ; George, 138 » 
John, 9, 237 ; Richard, 59 
Sara, 138 n ; tlrsula, 138 n. 

Mac Morrough, Derraot, 30. 

Madern, Madderne (see also 
Cossen alias). John, 240, 
283 ; WilHam, 283. 

Madocke, Alice, 56 n; John, 
56 ». 

Mai or (? Maioe), Jane, 184 n. 

Major, Rose, 221 n. 

Malbant, M 289. 

Malerbe, Cristina, 112 n ; John, 
112 n. 

Maleverer, Sir Halnathe, 298; 
Halnathe, 31, 34 «, 299; 
Johanna, 34 », 298. 

Mallet, X. 

Mallet, 240. (Malet.) Adam, 
259 n ; Ann, 257 ; Baldwin, 
92, 257; Elizabeth, 53 n ; 
John, 212 ; Robert, 180 n ; 
Thomas, 259 n, 261 n ; Wil- 
liam, 107 n, 207 n ; Zenobia, 
212. 

Man, Joan, 151 ; J., 151. 

Maniyiqton, 134. 

MANINGTON, 134,135, 136 ». 
(Manyngton, Manaton, etc.) 
Alice, 262 ; Ambrose, 64 ; 
Anthony, 207 ; Francis, 266 n ; 
Henry, 44 ; Katherine, 44 ; 
Peter, 262 ; Piers, 25 ; Sam- 
son, 21. 

Manning,214. (Maning, etc.) 
Anne, 70 ; Hugh, 213 ; Phi- 
lippa, 213. 

Marat al's Treludders, M 114. 

Marchant, Avis, 38. 

Marifeild, Merefield, Merrifield. 
M 97. John, 72 n, 170 «, 
255 n ; Otho, 72 n, 255 n. 

I^citJcb 30 5 

MARKE, 136, 137 n. (Marrke, 
Marek, etc.) Alice, 238 n; 
James, 6 ; John, 46, 295 ; 
Joseph, 127 »; Margerie,249; 
Peter, 46, 103 n, 169 n, 249. 

Marlborough, The Duke of, 
81 n ; Henrietta, Duchess of, 
81 n. 

Marquille, Ermano dele, 55. 

Maeuats, 291. (Marcys.) 
John, 74 n ; Richard, 112 n. 

Martyn, Martin, 222, 305. 

Maetyn, 223. 

MARTYN, 137. (IMartin.) m 
183. Agnes, 31 ; Alice, 261 n 
Charles Wykehani, 87 n 
David, Bp. of St. David's, 30 
Henry, 284 ; Humpliry, 251 
John, 153, 153 n, 205, 231 n 
Margiirct, 205, 261 n ; Mary 
105 n, 201 n ; Robert, 218 n 
Thomas, 57, 90; Sir Wil- 



MARTTN —continued. 

Ham, 31, 144 ti ; William, 
183 n. 

Maruni, Sir Edmund, 194 ; 
Elinor, 194. 

Manvood, Jaqviet, 41. 

Maryett, Ann, 34. 

Masey, John, 279 n. 

Mason, Adryan, 28; Ann, 191 h ; 
Cicily, 28. 

Masters, Ursula, 268 n. 

Mathedarva, x. 

Mathew, 305. 

MATHEW, 137, 138, 139. 
(Mathewe, Matthew, etc.) 
Anne, 176 ; Elizabeth, 131 n, 
203 ; Sir George, 176 ; John, 
215 ; Jerome, 254 n ; Rich- 
ard, 134 «, 151, 189 », 203 n; 
William, 131 «, 134 n, 155 n, 
189, 190, 203, 262 ; Wilmot, 
120 ». 

Maude, M 97. 

Maunder, Jane, 263 n. 

May, Joseph, 182 », 218 n. 

Maynard, 11, 15, 305. 

Matnaed, 50 n, 143. 

MAYNARD, 139, 110. (Mi- 
nerd, Mainard.) Anna, 253 «; 
Bridget, 197 n ; Margaret, 
253 n; Nicholas, 120 ; Wil- 
liam, 284. 

Mayne, Alexander, 230 ; Eliza- 
beth, 230. 

Mai/ oil), 305. 

MAY'OW, 140, 141 M. (Mahow, 
Mayo, etc.) Ann, 73, 152, 
152 n; Ceciha, 112 » ; Eliza- 
beth, 44; John, 73, 148 n, 
183, 258 n ; Judith, 259 n ; 
Lore, 290 ; Margaret, 60 ; 
Margery, 47, 47 « ; Nicholas, 
107 ; Peter, 21, 44 ; Philip, 
47, 47 n; Thomas, 60, 152, 
152 », 290; ^V alter, 112 n. 

Mayow alias Hellicr. Anne, 
241 ; Katherine, 220 n ; Tho- 
mas, 220 n, 241. 

Mayow alias Vivian. John, 
259 n. 

Meacke, Johanna, 262 n. 

Melhuise, John, 16; Margery, 
16. 

Melton, M 97. 

Menioynick, 305. 

MEN'WYNICK, 141. (Men- 
wyneeke, Menwyunyk, Jlen- 
wincke, etc.) Anne, 79 ; 
Joanna, 146 n ; Matilda, 70 ; 
Maude, 228; Robert, 79, 
228 ; William, 70, 190. 

Meriett, John, 143, 210. 

Merritt, Merrett. Anne, 239 ; 
Elizabeth, 227; John, 227, 
239. 

Metiieeo.s, 169. (Mathcrose, 
etc.) Joan, 223 ; Johanna, 
244 n ; Philip, 223 ; Walter, 
244 n. 



Mewthing, Margaret, 76 ; Wil- 
liam, 76. 

Michell, 142, 305. 

MICHELL, 142, 143. M 121. 
Gilbert, 139 n, 190 ; Honor, 
224; Jane, 139; John, 52, 
186, 224, 285 ; Lawrence, 
153 «; Maude 52; Richard, 
111 n ; Sibill, 197 n ; William, 
284. 

Michell alias Jagow. Amie, 
226 ; John, 226! 

Michelstow, Amice, 219 ; John, 
219. 

Mill, Myll. Benett, 165 n; 
John, 295; Margaret, 220 n. 

Millard, Sarah, 267 n. 

Milleton, 67. MilUton, 222. 
(Millington, Mj-lyton, etc.) 
Avice, 68; Elianorjl6; Eliza- 
beth, 95, 239; Grace, 222; 
Mary, 168 ; Philippa, 123 ; 
William, 16, 68, 81, 95, 123, 
168, 222, 239. 

Millionick, Florence, 7 ; Rich- 
ard, 7. 

3Iohun, 305. 

MOHUN, 143, 144, 145, 146. 
(Mowhown, Mohen, Moone, 
etc.) Bridget, 158 n ; Doro- 
thy, 140 n ; Elinor, 30 ; 
EUzabeth, 229 ; Jane, 220 ; 
John, 31, 47, 47», 141» : Mar- 
garet, 31, 70; Mary, 224 »; 
Sir Reginald, 158" n, 229, 
259 n, 281; Re-inald, 220, 
240 ; Richard, 70 ; William, 
30, 140 n, 141 H, 224 n, 240 n. 

Mohun, 105 r>. 

Moleaworth, 305. 

MOLESAA'ORTH, 147. 

(MoUesworlh, Molsworth, 
etc.) John, 93 ; Mary, 178 n. 

Molynes, Molyns. M 63. 
Vivian de, 261 n ; William 
de, 261 n. 

Monke, Mary, 287; Thomas, 
287. 

Monmouth, Robert Gary, Earl 
of, 240. 

Monpesson, Sir Giles, 2 ; Ra- 
chell, 2. 

Montacute, 86 n ; William, Earl 
of Salisbury, 31. 

Montague, William, 144. 

Montgomery, Adam de, 30 ; 
Robert de, 30; Thomas de, 
30. 

Mont Tregomynion, Isabell de, 
84 ; Josseli n de, 84. 

Moor, Moore. Anne, l.')7 ; 
Grace, 301 ; Jane, 205 ; 
Robert, 137; Susan, 215; 
Thomas, 215 ; Tristram, 191» ; 
William, 146 «. 

Mooringe. See De la More. 

Morden, Barney, 106 n. 

Morecombe, Morcombe. Nicho- 
las, 249 ; Philippa, 131 «. 



INDEX OF NAMES, 



323 



Morgan, Sibell, 240. 

Morice, Catherine, 212 n; Sir 
Nicholas, 212 n. 

Morish, Elizabeth, 221 n. 

Morley, Edward, Lord, 2. 

Morris, M 165. 

Morshead, Robert, 146 n. 

Morthe, see Randall, 306. 

MORTHE, 147, 148. (Murthe, 
Morthure, etc.) Edward, 
243 n ; John, 258 n. 

MORTON, 148. Thomas, 281. 

Moulton, William, 60 n. 

Mounsell, Anne, 246 n. 

Mount Edgcumb, Earl of, 31. 

Moyle, 305. 

MOTLE, 103. 

MO YELL, 149. MOTLE, 150, 
151. (Moule, Moile, Mule, 
etc.) M 252 n. Anne, 272 ; 
Constantine, 182 «; David, 
254 n ; Ehzabeth, 102 n ; 
Jane, 96 n ; James, 253 « ; 
Joane, 112 ; John, 291 ; 
Mary, 36 ; Olivia, 90 n ; 
Richard, 112, 253 n ; Robert, 
36 ; Samuel, 254 n ; Sir Tho- 
mas, 19 ; Sir Walter, 272. 

Moyse, Honour, 156 n. 

Mules, 286. 

MuUis, Robert, 295. 

Munday, 305. 

MUNDAY, 151, 152, 153. 
(Monday, Mundaye, Mundye 
a^s W^answorth, etc.) Anne, 
16, 259"m; Edward, 72 ; Eliza- 
beth, 180; Hugh, 16, 180, 
180 n, 285 ; John, 259 n ; 
Katherine, 149 n; Nicholas, 
225 n ; Richard, 259 n ; Tho- 
mas, 149 n. 

Murdoke, Guinthian, 91 ; Sir 
John, 91. 

Murfield, John, 295. 

Muschamp, Katherine, 186. 

Myler, 30. 

Mylton, Loveday, 248 n. 

Myners, Mynars, Minors. M 
45. John, 295 ; Margaret, 
58 ; Maria, 253 n : Richard, 
58, 80 n. 

Nancarowe, Ursula, 244 n. 
Nance, 305, see also Trengove 

alias Nanse. Jane 274 n; 

Richard, 124 n. 
Nanconan, Nanconnan. Eliza- 
beth, 104 n ; Jane, 36. 
Nancoras, Katherine, 126. 
Nancothon, 174(Nancothan). 

Elizabeth, 167 ; John, 167. 
Nankevell, 305. 
NANKEVELL alias TIP- 

PETT, 153, 154 ; John, 

118 w. 
Nanfan, Jane, 208 ; Jacob, 208; 

Johanna, 20 ; James, 20. 
Nangothan, 167. 
Nans, Agnes de, 238 n. 



Nanscaven, m 21. 

Nanscut, Nanscoet, 297 ; Peter 

de, 261 n. 
Nanspian, 305. 
NANSPIAN, 154, 155, 156 n. 

(Nanspean,etc.) m 235. Agnes, 

235 n ; Cheston, 233 ; Henry, 

186, 233 ; James, 138 n, 258 ; 

Katherine, 258; Wilmot, 

138 n. 
Nantian, x. 
Nappar, Napper. Alexander, 

125; Baronet, 125 ; Elizabeth, 

125. 
Newcastle - on - Tyne, Robert 

Whelpington, Mayor of, 94. 
Newcourt, Newcort. Agnes, 

93; Johanna, 12: John, 12, 

93, 215 ; Mary, 2i5 ; Tobias, 

9a 

Newman, 36 ; William, 5. 
Newman, 270 n. 
Newminster.William, Abbot of, 

94. 
Newton, Jane, 114 ; John, 114, 

134. 
Nevill, 86 n ; Anne, 292 ; Aux- 

illia, 292 ; Elizabeth, 82 ; 

John, 292 ; Richard, 82. 
Nicholas, Penrose alias, see 

Penrose. 
Nicholls, 305. 
NICHOLLS, 157, 158. (Ni- 

choUes, Nicholl, Nicholas, 

etc.) Anne, 200 ; Jane, 

248 n, 263 n ; Jolm, 35, 46 n ; 

145, 145 n, 168, 191 », 200, 

256 n, 289; Margaret, 107; 

Prudence, 289 ; Robert, 117 ; 

Sibilla, 165 n ; Thomas, 10 ; 

Thomazin, 35; Walter, 283. 
NicoU, 156, 199. 
NICOLL, 156, 157. (Nicholls, 

Nicolls, etc.) Amy, 253 n; 

Humphry, 82, 133, 195, 199 ; 

Isabella, 199 ; Mary, 133 ; 

Philippa, 82. 
Nick, Mary, 288 ; Robert, 288. 
Ninnis (? Innis), Thomas, 21. 
Noble, M 69. Johanna, 79 n. 
Nononant, Roger de, 250. 
Norbrooke, Joane, 66; John, 66. 
Norfolk, John Howard, Duke 

of, 64 n. 
Norreys, Henry, Lord, 32. 
Norrish, Elizabeth, 32 ; Sir 

John, 32. 
North, Frances, 136 ; Francis, 

136. 
Northcott, John, 195. 
Northumberland, Roger Wod- 

rington. Sheriff of, 94. 
Nosworthy, Nosworthie. Alice, 

89 n ; Francis, 285 ; William, 

89 n, 283. 
Nottell, Katherine, 241 n. 
Novant, John de, 274 n ; Rosa- 
mund de, 274 n. 
Noy, 305. 



NOTE, 158, 159 n. (Noie, etc.) 
Barbara, 186; Edward, 48, 
186 ; Philip, 104 n ; Richard, 
104 n ; William, 104 », 123 n, 
186, 270, 270 «. 

Odrone, Digon, Baron of, 30; 
Avice, his da., 30. 

Oglethorpe, m 116. 

Oliver, OUiver, Olver. M 174. 
Elizabeth, 175, 175 n ; Jane, 
53 n; John, 119 n, 172 «; 
Thomas, 175, 175 n, 248 n. 

Opie, 305. 

OPY, 159, 160. M 174. Ni- 
cholas, 12, 298. 

Oram, William, 235 n. 

Orchard, Thamasine, 24. 

Ormond, Thomas Butler, Earl 
of, 86 n ; Anne, Countess of, 
86 ». (See Butler.) 

Orwell, Sara, 109. 

Osborne, 195 ; John, 195 ; Mag- 
dalen, 195. 

Osgood, Arthur, 285. 

Osmond, Christopher, 179 «. 

OUGHE, 160 ; Christopher, 
266. 

Owen, M 216. Loveday, 261 n ; 
Philip, 261 n; Thankful!, 
261 n, 

OwETE, 226. (Owry alias Tre- 
gonwall, etc.) 

Oxford, The Earl of, 31. 



Packer, Mary, 133 n. 
Padarda, Paderda, Padreda. 

Matilda, 150 n ; Nicholas de, 

55 ; Noel, 100 n ; Ralph, 150» ; 

Thomas, 55, 198. 
Pafford, M 150. 
Palke, Mary, 201 n. 
Palmer, M 160; Sir William, 

106 m. 
Panchard, Johanna, 161. 
Parker, 305. 
PARKER, 161 ; Anne, 137 ; 

James, 25 ; Sir Nicholas, 

68 n ; Thomas, 137. 
Parkhouse, Johanna, 279 n. 
Parkyng, William, 179. 
Parloben, Ramund, 250. 
Parmere, Alice, 54 ; John, 54. 
Parnell, Parnall. Constance, 

129 w ; John, 39, 285 ; Wil- 
liam, 172 n. 
Parrat, m 288. 
Parris, WiUiam, 281. 
Parsons, John, 139 ; Susan, 

139. 
Pascoe, Pascowe. Elizabeth, 

179 ; John, 179, 242 n. 
Pasemere, Patrick, 282. 
Paule, Nicholas, 285. 
Pawlet, Elizabeth, 141 ; Giles, 

141. 
Pawley. m 216. James, 16. 
Pawlherman, 66. 
Paynell, WiUiam, 143. 



324 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Paynter, 305. 

PAYiNTER, 162. (Penter, 
Painter, etc ) Anne, 263 n ; 
Arthur, 270 n ; Edmond, 58 ; 
Ellinor, 215 ; Geortce, 'JO ; 
Grace, 270 n ; William, 52, 
215. 

Pearce, Pearse. Degor^y, 136 n ; 
John, 106 n ; Mary, 163 n. 

Pcard, Rnchell, 159 ». 

Pearne, Frances, 105 n. 

Peek, Peeke. Elizabeth, 197 « ; 
Joan, 201 n. 

Peirse, Pierse, Peirs. Agnes, 
168; Alice, 71; Jane, 59; 
John, 59, 114 ; Nicholas, 11 ; 
Richard, 160; Thomas, 168, 
295; Tristram, 79; Walter, 
295 ; William, 160. 

Pellamounter, Catherine, 175 ; 
John, 295 ; Mary, 239 n ; 
Richard, 175. 

Pembroke, Richard, Earl of, see 
Strongbow, 

Penant, Jane, 251 ; William, 
251. 

Penarth, Walter, 285. 

Pencarowe, Jane, 191 ; Ralj^h, 
191. 

Peinlarves, 305. 

PENIJAIIVES, 163, 164 ; 
PENDARVIS, 164. (Pen- 
darvers, etc.) Alexander, 3 ; 
Ann, 273 n ; Bridget, 236 n ; 
Catherine, 264 » ; Doroth}^ 
53 n ; Elizabeth, 79 n ; Flo- 
rence, 263, 263 n ; Grace, 
187 n ; John, 76 n, 216 ; 
Mary, 216; MeUior, 76 n; 
Peter, 79 n ; Samuel, 187 » ; 
William, 236 n. 

Pender, Peudre. Ellinor, 8 ; 
Martin, 8 ; Richard, 23. 

Pendergast, 30. 

PENFOUN, 164, 165. (Pen- 
found, Penfownd, etc.) Di- 
gory, 293; Elizabeth, 105; 
Margaret, 218; William, 105, 
218. 

Fenijdlc.ij, x ; Richard, 181 n. 

Ponlialurick, William, 282. 

Penhallow, 305. 

PENUALLOW, 166. (Pen- 
haloo, etc.) 

PenhelUcJc, 305. 

PENIIEI;LICK, 167, 168. 
(Penhillick, etc.) Alexander, 
14; Alice, 14; John, 12. 

Penhergard, Walter de, 222. 

Peiihorgie, Edith, 4 ; Henry, 4. 

Pcnhyll, Alexander, 231 n. 

Penkevil, 222. (Ponkevell, etc.) 
M 83. Catherine, 100; Do- 
rothy, 83 n ■ Elizabeth, 287 ; 
Francis, 12, 287; Jane, 12, 
159; Philip, 100. 

Pennanco, Penans. Annora, 
189n; John, 22, 189 n ; Wil- 
liam, 189 n. 



Peiipons, 21. (Penpan.) M 21. 
Amicia, 255 n ; John, 22 ; 
Richard, 255 n, 299. 

Peuquit, AVilliam de, 55. 

Pe ,ose, 305. 

PENROSE, 168, 169. PEN- 
ROS, 169, 170. (Penrosse, 
Penrees, Penrise, etc.) Alice, 
98 ; Anne, 38 ; Enis, 247 ; 
Grace, 154, 15 5« ; Johan, 223 ; 
John, 154, 155 n, 223, 224, 
247; Katherine, 188 ; Mariet, 
223 ; MarL,'erie, 18 ; Thomas, 
38, 98, 188 ; Vivian, 18 ; 
William, 223. 

Penrose alias Nicholas, Henry, 

169 n, 255 n ; ilargaret, 169 n; 
Mary, 255 n. 

Penrose alias Treveare, Henry, 

170 ». 

Pensance (Penzance), 283. 

Penticost, Gertrude, 182 ; Jane, 
216 ; Nicholas, 182, 216. 

Rentier, Peutire, Pentyre. Ely- 
nor, 133 ; Jane, 189, 190 
John, 8, 69, 70, 235 n 
Mary, 8; Richard, 70, 152 
Samuel, 152 n ; Thomas, 
264 »; William, 189, 190. 

Penvrane, Lawrence, 113 ; Mar- 
garet, 113. 

Penwarne, 305. 

PENWARNE, 170, 171. (Pen- 
warren, Penwerin, Penwarn, 
etc.) Anne, 211 n ; Eliza- 
beth, 274 n ; John, 22 ; Mary, 
166 ; Nicholas, 219 n ; Rich- 
ard, 180 », 211 n; Thomas, 
69, 274 n ■ Vivian, 166. 

Percivall, Margaret, 132. 

Percy, 86 n. 

Perdew, Rennet, 282. 

Peres alias Pryske, William, 
235 ». 

Perkins, Drew, 295. 

Perne, Josias, 192. 

Perrie, Perrye. Agues, 188; 
Elizabeth, 201 ; Thomas, 188 ; 
William, 201. 

Perrow, Susan, 150 n ; William, 
150 n. 

Peryam, Christian, 170. 

Pester, Henry, 180 n, 219 n. 

Peters, Hugh, 221 ii ; Thomas, 
81. 

Petherbridgc, Alice, 56 «; John, 
56 «. 

Petit, X, 234, 305. 

Petit, 180 n, 234, 235, 297. 

PETIT, 276, 277 n, 278 n. 
(Pedyt, Petyt, le Petit, etc.) 
Alice, 296 ; Emlin, 76, 76 n ; 
Johanna, 299 n ; John, 239, 
296, 300 n ; Maude, 239 ; 
jMichael, 76, 76 n, 300 »; 
Thomas, 95 n ; Thomasine, 
76 n. 

Rett, John, 283. 

Pever, x, 278 n. 



Peverell,'?!. (Peferell.) Amicia 
or Avice, 30 n ; Constance, 
257 ; Sir Hugh, 257 ; Hugh, 
30 », 75 ; Sir James, 258 n ; 
James, 257 ; John, 30 «. 

Phillipa, Queen, 32. 

Phillips, Elizabeth, 237 »; Jane, 
263 )i ; Margaret, 237 « ; Re- 
becca, 192 H. 

Philpott, Mr., 134. 

Phil 'pen, George, 170 w. 

Picford, Julian, 217 ; William, 
217. 

Pike, Anne, 150 ». 

Pillaton, John, 291. 

Pim, Pime, Pym. Alexander, 
195 ; Jane, 195 ; Philippa, 
195. 

Pipard, Pypard. Arthur, 281. 

Piper, Elizabeth, 63 ; William, 
63. 

Pitchard, Elinor, 188. 

Pitford, M 177. 

Pitt, Pitts. John, 101, 153 n. 

Plantagenet, Arthur, Lord 
Lisly, 84; Elizabeth, 31, 
259 » ; John, Earl of Corn- 
wall, 297. 

Plumleigh, 305. 

PLUMLEIGHE, 171, l72 n. 
(Plumley, etc.) Mary, 138; 
Thomas, 138. 

Poher, Poer. Florence, 20; 
Vivian, 261 u; Walter, 20. 

Poldresak, Vincent d% 55. 

Poleglasse, William, 94. 

Polgoner, John de, 237. 

Polgreeue, Peter, 219 ; Senata, 
219. 

Polgwest, Adam alias. See 
Adam. 

Polhelon, Walter de, 55. 

PolkiiiffJionie, 305. 

POLKINGHORNE, 173, 174. 
POLKINHORNE, 175, 
176 II. Alexander, 162; 
Henry, 261 ii ■ John, 62 » ; 
Marx, 79 ii, 168 ii ; Otho, 
79 It, 168 » ; Richard, 262 n ; 
Roger, 51, 261 », 283. 

Polland, Christopher, 137 n. 

Pollard, 305. 

POLLARD, 176. m 165. 
Anne, 249; Elizabeth, 240, 
243; Sir Hugh, 63, 195; 
Hugh, 249; Isat, 76; Sir 
Lewis, 240 ; Mary, 63 ; Pro- 
besia, 249 » ; Sir Richard, 32 ; 
Richard, 76, 243 ; Susan, 195. 

Pollexfen, Ann, 165. 

Pollowyu, Furnifell, 110 ». 

Polsewe, Poulsewe. Edward, 
108 ; Katheriu, 89 n. 

Polsulsack, Cheston, 155 n; 
John, 155 n. 

Polmarva, Alice, 34. 

Polwhele, 305. 

P0LWHEILE,172,173. (Pol- 
while, Polewheele, etc.) 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



325 



TOLWRIIIIjE— continued. 

Anna, 246 » ; Digory, 262 ; 
Grace, 62 ; John, 62 ; Isa- 
b<-ll, 43; Mary, 124; Stephen, 
227 ; Susan, 262. 

Pomerotj, 305. 

POMEROY, 176, 177. (Po- 
mery, Pomeroi, etc.) M 278. 
Andrew, 1, 103 n; Anne, 
103 » ; Christopher, 204 » ; 
Constance, 158 ; Dorothy, 
292 ; Elizabeth, 299, 300 n ; 
Henry, 17, 285 ; Hugh, 158 ; 
Jane, 38 ; John, 38 n, 253 n ; 
Mary, 1 ; Richard, 119 n ; 
Stephen, 137 n ; Sir Thomas, 
300 «.; Thomas, 292; Wil- 
Uam, 38. 

Pojye, 194. Jane, 194 ; John, 
194 ; George, 119 «. 

Popham, Hugh, 248 n. 

Portbyan alias West Loe, 284. 

Porter, 305, 306. 

PORTER, 178, 179. Chris- 
tian, 131 »; Mary, 166; 
Thomas, 131 n ; Walter, 130, 
166. 

Post, Robert, 113. 

Pound, Pownd. Blanch, 229 ; 
Constance, 181 ; John, 229 ; 
William, 181. 

PoAver, Isabella, 255 »; Michael, 
255 n. 

Poyle, 180, 180 n, 306. 

POYLE, 180. (Poile, de la 
Po34e, etc.) Jane, 126, 235 n, 
277 n ; Richard, 21 ; Robert, 
95 n, 126, 219 n, 235 n, 211 n ; 
Thomas, 171 ». 

Prade, Praed. James, 36, 103 ; 
Jane, 48; WiUiam, 48, 103, 
235 n. 

Prawle, 66. 

Pred'eney, Jane, 238 ; Richard, 
238. 

Preston, Margaret, 246 n. 

Prideaux, Pridiux, Prideis, Pre- 
deeks, etc., 31, 32. M 47, 210. 
Admonition, 151, 151b, 164« ; 
Ann, 301 ; Charitie, 134 ; 
Edmund, 64, 151, 151 n ; 
Edward, 164 n ; Elizabeth, 
152 », 288; John, 151 », 
156 n, 201 n, 255 n ; Mar- 
garet, 276 n ; Milicent, 74 n ; 
41, 133 n, 151 n; Honor, 
288 ; Humphry, 134, 151 n, 
Sir Nicholas, 269, 288: Ni- 
cholas, 107 m; Peter, 86; 
Richard, 41, 74 », 154, 155 n, 
156 », 210 ; Sir Roger, 276 » ; 
Thomas de, 18 ; William, 
152 M, 199 n ; Zenobia, 155 », 
156 n. 

Prisk, William, 73. 

Pristwood, Mary, 302. 

Proseper, John, 55; Margerie, 
55. 

Pkoute, 87. (Prowt, etc.) 



Peoute — continued. 

Diirorj', 70; Edward, 248; 
Matilda, 236. 

Provvse, Prouse, Prouze, etc. 
Elizabeth, 121« ; Hugh, 121« ; 
Humphry, 54 n ; Philippa, 
54 n ; Prudence, 49 ; Robert, 
292; Thomas, 279 »; Ursula, 
105 n. 

Prust, Prost, Prist, etc. 
Charles, 70, 92, 215 ; Henry, 
37; Honor, 70^ Hugh, 35, 
115 », 178 n ; Lawrence, 214 ; 
Margaret, 214; Maria, 70; 
Philippa, 178 n ; Temperance, 
92 ; William, 280. 

Pryor, Warne, 175. 

Prys, Catherine, 268 ; John, 
268. 

Pube, Katherine, 101 n. 

Purfrey, Purefoy, Purforoy. 
Alice, 16 ; Joanna, 39 ; Tho- 
mas, 39. 

Putt, Mary, 196 «; Nicholas, 
205. 

Pije, 306. 

PYE, 181, 182 n. (Pie.) An- 
thony, 26, 235 n, 238 ; Ehza- 
beth, 26; Jane, 26; John, 
101, 279 ; Philippa, 101. 

Pyne, Elizabeth, 209; Hugh, 
209 ; Johanna, 273 n. 

Qiiarme, 306. 

QUARME, 182. Abigail, 96 ; 
Robert, 96, 225 n. 

Quarton, Dorothy, 97 ; Wil- 
liam, 97. 

Quych, John, 255 n. 

Rabv, Thomas, 219 ». 

Radcliffe, Martha, 135 n, 136 n. 

Raddona, Richard de, 285. 

Raleigh, Ralegh. M 84. Henry 
de, 180 ; Sir Walter, 31. 

Ramedand, 193. Rose of, 194 ; 
William of, 194. 

EandaJl, 306. 

RANDALL, 182, 183. Alice, 
151 » ; Grace, 98 ; Jone, 139 ; 
John, 74, 139, 284; Mary, 
27; Thomas, 27, 98, 282; 
Philip, 284. 

Randolph, William, 232 n. 

Raoll, Margery, 19 ; Ralph, 19. 

Rashleigh, 306. 

RASHLEIGH, 183, 184. 
(Raysshleligh, Rayshley, 

Rashley, etc.) Agneta, 169 ; 
Alice, 54 «, 196 ; Avis, 115 ; 
Deborah, 205 ; Elizabeth, 
259 n ■ Jane, 139 ; John, 23, 
115, 139, 140, 169, 196, 205, 
255 «, 259 ti ; Jonathan, 54 n ; 
Jone, 45 n, 140 ; Lettice, 245, 
245 n ; Margaret, 247 ; Mary, 
90 n ; Philip, 220 n ; Robert, 
45, 222, 245, 247. 



Ravell, see Revell. 

Rawfis, Joane, 8 ; John, 8. 

Rawle, see Roll. 

Rawlyn, Richard, 235 n. 

Rawton, m 97. 

Ratnfet, 13. 

Reade, Reede. Edward, 108 n ; 
John, 70. 

Redris, Grace, 203 ; Robert, 203. 

Redvers, 52, 257. 

Rencie, 80. 

Renolds, Rein olds, 294; Eliza- 
beth, 174 ; John, 174 ; Redy- 
gan, 119. 

Rensby, m 97. 

Renston, m 286. 

Reparijs, John de, 228; Mar- 
gery de, 228. 

Reprin, or WrougMon, x. 

Reskimer, 306. 

RESKIMER, 185. (Reskim- 
mer, Reskemer, Reskemere, 
etc.) Alexander, 230 n ; 
Anne, 145, 229, 230 n ; Eu- 
sada, 20; John, 19, 20, 67, 
212 ; Katherine, 51, 67 ; 
Margaret, 145 n; Matilda, 19 ; 
Phihppa, 216 ; Roger, 19 ; 
WiUiam, 51, 76 n, 145, 206, 
216, 229. 

Reskimer, 35 n, 297, 299 n. 

Resprin, Jane, 34, 298 ; Rich- 
ard, 34. 

Restokake (Roscarrock), 234. 

Res well, Thomas, 295. 

Retallack, Retallick. Edward, 
201 n ; Elinor, 201 n ; John, 
183. 

Retallee, 103. 

Revell, 193. 

Retell, 194. (Ravell.) 

Reynell, Alice, 6 ; Edmond, 6 ; 
Sir Thomas, 230 n. 

Reyney, Elizabeth, 49 ; John, 
49. 

Ricard, Ricord. Johanna, 229?» ; 
Thomas, 229 n, 295. 

Rich, Riche. Hugh, 188 n; 
Sir Richard, 19. 

Eichardes, Jane, 96 ; Joan, 
QQn ; Richard, 162 ; William, 
96. 

Richowe, Elizabeth, 7 ; Nicho- 
las, 7. 

Ridge, Roger, 257. 

Ridgwaye, Philippa, 9 ; Thomas, 
195. 

Rilston, Anna, 77; Elizabeth, 
74 ; Jacob, 77 ; James, 74. 

RiSDON, 147. (RiSden.) Eliza- 
beth, 107 ; Prudence, 79 ; 
Thomas, 107. 

Rise, Thomas, 67 ; Wynifred, 
67. 

Rivers, Sir John, 33. 

Ritt, John, 150. 

Roharts, 186. Roberts, 306. 

ROB ARTS, 186. ROBERTS, 
187. (Roberds, Robartes, 



326 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



'ROBAR'TS— continued. 

etc.) Cristobel,142;Dorotb3', 
137 n ; Elizabeth, 263 ; Fran- 
ces, 254 n ■ Grace, 163, 163 n ; 
Jane, 17, 153 n ; John, 163, 
248 n ; Jlargaret, 154, 155 n ; 
Maria, 195« ; Philippa, 141 » ; 
Sir Richard, 93, 93« ; Eichard, 
15, 17, 137 n, 142, 154, 155 », 
263; Thomas, 294; William, 
163 n. 

Eobins, Robyns. M 139. George, 
247 n ; Grace, 111 «, 253 n ■ 
James, 260 n ; Jane, 38 » ; 
John, 242 », 255 n, 265 n ; 
Robert, 96 h, 188 ; Ste[ihen, 
210 n, 242 n ; Thomas, 155 n ; 
235 n. 

Sobinson, 306. 

ROBINSON, 188 ; Anne, 129« ; 
Thomas, 243 n ; "William, 170, 
282. 

Rockvvood, M 97. 

Rodd, James, 207 ti; Mary, 
207 n. 

Rogers, 306. 

Rogers, 214. 

ROGERS, 188 ; Christopher, 
120 n ; Elizabeth, 25 ; Sir 
John, 25 ; Mary, 243 n. 

ROLL, 290. (Rolls, Rawle, etc.) 
Frances, 130, 130 «, 131 ; 
Francis, 153, 153 n ; Henry, 
130, 131, 147 ; John, 107 n ; 
Mary, 241 ; Miss, 29 ; Moris, 
147 n ; Philippa, 147 ; Robert, 
92 n. 

Ronnell, Edward, 101; Sibell, 
101. 

Roope, Rope. Barbara, 152 ; 
John, 152, 266; Margaret, 
266. 

Soscarrock, 306. 

ROSCARROCK, 189, 190. 
(Roscowreake, Resorj'k, de 
Roskareo, etc.) Agnes, 141 ; 
Anthony, 142, 215 ; Cha- 
mond, 279 n ; Charles, 146 n ; 
Elizabeth, 100, 279 ; Frances, 
142 ; Grace, 279 n ; Jane, 
156 ; John, 84, 100, 138, 
240, 277 n ; Katherine, 278 ; 
Margaret, 231, 277 n, 278 n ; 
Mary, 87 ; Ralph, 278 n ; 
Richard, 156, 255 n ; Sibilla, 
138; Thomas, 20, 141, 208, 
231, 278, 279 ; Walter, 17. 

Roscorla, Roscorly. George, 
45 ; Henrj', 253 n. 

Rose, Faith, 39 ; Judith, 39. 

lioseioaran, 306. 

ROSEWARAN, 191. (Rose- 
warue.) M 216. Jane, 156 >i; 
Steven, 156 n ; Thomas, 
53. 

Rositer, Rosetor. Christian, 54 ; 
Hugh, 14; Robert, 54. 

Rosiwike, Jane, 98 ; Reginald, 
98. 



Roskrow, 306. 

ROSKROWE, 192. 

Boshrvge, 306. 

ROSKRUGE,192. {Roscruge, 
Roskirke, Reskreck, etc.) 
Christian, 210 n ; Grace, 162, 
162 » ; Jane, 65 ; John, 41, 
41 «, 65, 162, 162 n, 210 n ; 
Richard, 174. 

Roskvr, Reskere. Elizabeth, 
59"; Galfrid, 244 n; John, 
59 ; Julia, 244 w. 

ROSMELL, 216. 

RosMODEES, 291. (Rosmadres, 
Rosmoders, etc.) Elinor, 238 ; 
Johanna de, 18 ; Richard, 
258 n ; Thomas de, 18 ; Tho- 
mas, 23, 238. 

Rosvqqan, 193. 

ROSUGGAN, 193. (Rosogan, 
Resuggan, etc.) M 145, 244. 
Katherine, 193 n ; Robert, 
193 w. 

Rous, 193. 

ROUS, 193, 194, 195. (Rows, 
Rufus, etc.) Ambrose, 269; 
Sir Anthony, 281 ; Anthony, 
119, 119 n, 156; Blanch, 
114; Emlin,138; Jane, 119; 
Katherine, 269 ; Philippa, 
156, 156 n ; Richard, 11 ; 
W., 107 n ; William, 107 n, 
114, 187 n. 

RowsE, Rouse, 187, 206. 

Rowe, Rawe, Roe. M 231. 
Alexander, 274 » ; Alice, 112 ; 
Digor}', 12; Elizabeth, 12, 
125 n, 201 71 ; Johan, 46, 
115 n ; John, 112, 123, 123 «, 
125 n, 282 ; Margaret, 228 n ; 
Mary, 54 n ; Nichola, 232 « ; 
William, 46. 

Rowland, Jane, 214 ; John, 
214. 

Rownsewall, Richard, 253 n. 

Rumoe, William, 183. 

Rupe. See De la Roche. 

Russell, Andrew, 112 ; Anne, 
156 ; John, 177 « ; Nicholas, 
112 ; Rohaysia, 177 n. 

Rutter, Matthew, 162 n ; Nicho- 
las, 107, 107 «; Richard, 
107 n. 

Ryder, Tliomas, 56 n ; Thoma- 
siue, 56 w. 

St. Clair, M 32. 

St. David's, David Martyn, 

Bishop of, 30. 
St. John, Soynt John. Alice, 

272 n ; Edward, 272, 272 n ; 

Johanna, 272 n ; "\\llliam, 

272 n. 
St. Leger, x. Anne, 87 « ; Sir 

George, 86 «, 87 n ; Sir James, 

86 n ; Sir John, 85, 87 n ; 

John, 87 n ; Mary, 85. 
St.Tavy (St. Aubyn), Ann, 151, 

151 n ; Thomas, 151, 16] n. 



Sakfen, Joan, 135 n. 

Salisbury, Salisburie, Salisberie. 
Alice, 41 ; Jane, 213 ; John, 
41 ; William Montacute, Earl 
of, 31 ; William, 213. 

Sallamon, Rose, 196. 

Saltashe, 284. 

Salter, Anne, 180 n ; Elizabeth, 
94 ; John, 94, 180 « ; William, 
34. 

Samford, M 65. 

Sampson, Bethseba, 142 n ; Mar- 
tin, 283 ; Robert, 80 n. 

SamueU, 306. 

SAMUELL, 196. (Samwell.) 
Elizabeth, 204; John, 73; 
Lower, 73 ; Margaret, 160 ; 
William, 160, 204. 

Sancto Martino, Aired de, 285. 

Sanders, Elizabeth, 61 ; John, 
142, 190. 

Sapcot, Johanna, 177 » ; Sir 
John, 177 n. 

Savell, M 97. 

Savory, Savery. Christopher, 
14 ;" Jane, 139 ; Margaret, 14. 

Saiole, 306. 

SAWLE, 196, 197 n. (Sawell, 
Sawl, Saull, etc.) Amy, 90 « ; 
Sir Joseph, 253 « ; Joseph, 
220 n ; Mary, 253 n ; Nicho- 
las, 184 ; Oliver, 78 ». 

Sawle, 29 n. 

Sayer, 306. 

SAYER, 197. 

Scafe, M 97. 

Scawen, 198, 306. 

SCAWEN, 198, 199. 

SCA^^'NE, 200. (Scawyne, 
etc.) Agnes, 56; Christian, 
60 ; Edward, 56 ; John, 55, 
227 ; Margerie, 55 ; Robert, 
156 «; William, 55, 60. 

Si'heplyn, Nicholas, 290. 

Scobell {Scoble), 306. 

SCOBELL, 200, 201. (Scob- 
bell, Skobell, etc.) Francis, 
50 n, 261 n ; Richard, 50 n, 
149, 242 n, 261 n. 

Scoble, 254 n. 

Scutoris, Nicholas, 18 ; Wil- 
liam, 18. 

Searle, 202. 

SEA RLE, 202. (Sorrell, 

Searell, etc.) Alice, 219 ; 
Elizabeth, 1 ; Jane, 74 n ; 
Philadelphia, 133 n; Wy- 
mund, 1. 

Secom, Thomas, 118 n. 

Segar, Sir William, 294. 

Segrave, Christian, 144 ; John, 
144. 

Sele, Margaret, 183 n ; Thomas, 
183 n. 

Seler, John, 76. 

Selman, m 1. Thomasine, 92; 
William, 92, 

Seneschall, Seneshall, Steward, 
258 n. Elizabeth, 271, 271 n ; 



INDEX or NAMES. 



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Seneschall — continued. 

Jane, 98 : Sir John, 271 ; 
John, 271 ; Eiohard, 98. 

Sergiaux, Le Sergeaux, Ser- 
geant, Sargeant, 258 n, 
Alice, 213 ; Jane, 271 ; Jone, 
239 ; Katheriue, 213 n ; 
Laura, 228 ; Philippa, 213 n ; 
Sir Richard, 228, 239, 271 ; 
Richard, 213 n. 

Seward, Judith, 28. 

SejTnour, Seamour. Sir Ed- 
ward, 200 n ; Mary, 200 « ; 
John, 70, 107 n. 

Seyntaiibyn {St. Auhyn), 257, 
306. 

SEYNTAUBTN vel ST. 
AUBIN, 212, 213 n. (Sancto 
Albino, St. Albone, St. Albyn, 
St. Ablyn, St. Aybyn, etc.) 
M 84. 151 n. Agnes, 50 ; 
Anne, 54 n; Elizabeth, 21, 
275 n ; Francis, 274 n ; Geof- 
rey, 21 ; Grace, 185 ; Isabell, 
275 n ; Jane, 90 n ; Johanna, 
144 ; John, 2, 2 n, 43 n, 50, 
104 n, 185, 283, 302 ; Mary, 
43 n ; Thomas, 185 n, 282. 

Sharpe alias Garrett, John, 284. 

Shapley, Shapleigh. M 41. 
Elizabeth, 171 ; Robert, l7l. 

Sheere, Grace, 43 ; George, 
262 n. 

Shelton, 203 n. Anne, 189, 
190 ; Maria, 203 n ; Thomas, 
203 ». 

Sherley, Katharine, 33. 

Shern, John, 11. 

Sherston, Jane, 7 n ; Lawrence, 
7». 

Shillstone, Shilstone. Anne, 
32, 61 n ; Elizabeth, 288; Sir 
John, 32, 61 » ; John, 288. 

Shirwill, John, 39. 

Shoote, Shute. Thomas, 197 n ; 
Timothy, 197 n. 

SHORROCK, 202, 203. (Shar- 
rock, Sharock.) Anne, 138 n ; 
John, 138, 138 n ; Phihp, 
138 m. 

Short, Joanna, 207 n. 

Sibly, Honor, 279 n. 

Sidenham, Sidnam, Sydnam. 
Alice, 24; Cuthbert, 285; 
Honor, 26; Humphry, 26, 
261 n, 285 ; Sir John, 81. 

Sidney, Thomas, 81 ; Thoma- 
sine, 81. 

Sillye, John, 156 n ; Richard, 
156 n ; William, 279 n. 

Singleton, Ann, 256 n ; Richard, 
256 ». 

Skelton, Skellton. Elizabeth, 
58 ; Nicholas, 58, 210 n. 

Skenoke, Isabell, 27 ; John, 27. 

Skerrett, Skirrett, Skirritt, etc. 
Alice, 78 n ; Edward, 173 n ; 
John, 78, 78 n ; Mary, 78. 

Skewys, John, 76. 



Skinner, Agnes, 12 ; John, 294 ; 
Walter, 13. 

Skipwith, Margaret, 32 ; Sir 
William, 32. 

Skori/ {Scory), 204 n. 

SKORY, 203, 204. (Score, 
Skore, etc.) 

Skott, M 239. 

Slade, John, 262 w ; Mary, 
254 n ; William, 262 n. 

Slader, Maude, 227; Roger, 
227. 

Slane, Baro de, 300 n. 

Slaninge, Slanning, Slannig,etc. 
Elizabeth, 11 ; John, 11, 177 ; 
Mar}', 177 ; Sir Nicholas, 
10 1 n ; Philippa, 225 n. 

Slarder, Henry, 128 n. 

Sleeman, Eliza, 73 ; Mary, 
212 n ; Roger, 73. 

Sloget, Jone, 248 n. 

Small, George, 107 n. 

Smith, 306. 

SMYTH, 204. Bernard, 268 ; 
Elinor, 268 ; Sir George, 85 ; 
George, 107 n, 111 n ; Grace, 
85 ; Jennet, 59 ; Johan, 
209; John, 59, 92; Julian, 
92 ; Katherine, 88 ; Lucy, 
59 ; Martraret, 140 ; Mary, 
111 ti ; Richard, 59 ; Walter, 
198 ; William, 88, 295. 

Snelling, M 47. Thomas, 47 n. 

Snith, Margaret, 140. 

Sobye, John, 282. 

Solgena, Clare of, 80. 

Soor, Soar. John, 272 n ; 
Melior, 20 ; Sir Osbert, 20 ; 
Ralph, 242 n, 274 n. 

Somer, Thomas, 115. 

Somerset, Lord Herbert, 258 n. 

Semester, Somaster. Elizabeth, 
221 ; Henry, 2, 273 m ; John, 
69, 91, 221 ; Mary, 91 ; Wal- 
ter, 275 n. 

Soper, Wilmot, 201 n. 

Souch, Charles, 23. 

Soughte, Richard, 104 ». 

SoTJTHCOT, 194, 195. Cicily, 
83 n ; Elizabeth, 287 
George, 83 n, 287, 288 
Margaret, 99 ; Mary, 288 
Thomas, 57, 99. 

Southwell, Sir Robert, 19. 

Sowden, Margaret, 95 n. 

Simrke, 306. 

SPARKE, 205. John, 184. 

Sparnon, 306. 

SPARNON, 205. (Sparnan, 
Spernon.) Jenefer, 27 ; John, 
27 ; Mary, 163 ; Thomas, 82. 

Speccot, Specot, Speckett. m 68. 
Amy, 157, 157 n ; Edmond, 
120; Humphry, 130; Ibott, 
130 ; Johanna, 193; Sir 
John, 64, 145 ; Katherine, 
120 ; Peter, 157, 157 n ; Sir 
Richard, 193. 

Speeke, Alice, 61. 



Spent, Edmond, 85. 

Spicer, James, 266 ; Maria, 266. 

Spoore, 306. 

SPOORE, 206, 207. (Spoure, 

Speur, Spurre, etc.) m107«. 

Anna, 107 ; Elinor, 185 ; 

Elizabeth, 104; Grace, 41; 

Henry, 104, 107 », 185; 

Jane, 14; Katherine, 87; 

Richard, 107; Thomas, 14, 

41, 87 ; Widow of, 107 n. 
Spry, 208, 306. 
SPRY, 208, 209, 210, 211. 

(Sprie, etc.) Agnes, 229; 

Alice, 66, 199, 200 ; Edward, 

66; Oliver, 38; Peter, 69, 

192 ; Thomas, 199, 200, 229 ; 

Thomasine, 38 n. 
SPREY, 207. (Spray, etc.) 

Christopher, 52 ; Ursula, 

104 n ; Nicholas, 280. 
Squire, John, 148, 295 ; Mawd, 

148 ; William, 295. 
Stafford, 86 n. 

Staly, 24 ; Ann, 24 ; Roger, 24. 
Stanberye, 213. 
STANBERYE vel STAN- 

BURYE, 213, 214. 
Stapledon, x. 
Staplehill, Gilbert, 168 ». 
Stapleton, 292, 293. 
Start (Stearte), 74. Thoma- 
sine, 202 ; Walter, 202. 
Stening, M, 84. 
Stephen of Abertivi, 30. 
Stephens, 306. 

STEPHENS, 214, 215 ». (Ste- 
vens, Stephyn, etc.) M 65. 

Anthony, 212 ; Jane, 176 n ; 

Nicholas, 9, 285 ; Henry, 

172 n ; Humphry, 37. 
Stewert ? Jane, 129 n. 
Stiler, M. 210. 
Stoford, Katherine, 49 ; Philip, 

49 ; Walter, 70. 
Stoke, Thomas, 74 n. 
Stonaed, 290. 
Stone, 215. 
STONE, 215 ; Elizabeth, 93 n; 

Honor, 70; Isabella, 190; 

John, 70, 138, 190, 280; 

Lower, 224 n ; Mary, 254 n ; 

Thomas, 90; William, 280; 

Winifred, 138. 
Stourton, Lady, 275 n. 
Stradling, Jane, 35 ; Edmund, 

35. 
Strange, John, Lord, 144. 
Strechly, Andrew, 99 n ; Joane, 

99 ». 
Strike, Nicholas, 198. 
Stronge, Argent, 15 ; John, 15, 

183; Katherine, 183. 
Strongbow, Richard, Earl of 

Pembroke, 30 ; Pricilla, his 

sister, 30. 
Stroud, Strowd, Stroude. M 176. 

Julyan, 45 ; Philip, 14 ; Wil- 

Ham, 45 ; Willmot, 14. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Stuart, Anne, 160 «. 

Stubb, Agnes, 88 ; George, 88. 

Stubley, Gregory, 173 n. 

Stukeley, Stuckley, 270« ; Anna, 
47 ; Frances, 141 n ; John, 
47, 141 H ■ Katherine, 32 ; 
Lewis, 47 n. 

Stiu-bridge, Peter, 118 n. 

Sture, John, 171 ; Jone, l7l. 

SufEanus, Sir Emanuel Assanes, 
274 It ; Amicia, 274 >i. 

Suffolk, Charles Brandon, Duke 
of, 32. 

Sulyn, Nicha de, 20. 

Sutton, "Walter de, 212 n. 

Sweete, Walter, 295. 

Synions, Nichola.-?, 228 n ; Rich- 
ard, 104 n. 

Tabernar, William, 261 n. 

Tailleiu-, John le, 139 » ; Rich- 
ard le, 139 H. 

Taland, Joanna, 148 ; John, 
148. 

Talbois, George Lord, 32 ; Mar- 
garet, his wife, 32. 

Talbot, 105 n, 270 « ; Elinor, 31 ; 
Elizabeth, 31 ; Sir Gilbert, 
30 ; Joan, 30 ; Sir John, 31 ; 
Julyan, 276; Margaret, 94-; 
Richard, Lord, 31 ; Sir Wil- 
liam, 94, 276. 

Talverne, Sir O.sbert de, 208; 
Melior, 208. 

Tamil lie, Honor, 262 n. 

Tancred, Tankred. Isabell, 12 ; 
Margaret, 30 ; Richard, 30. 

Tanner, 278, 306. 

TANNER, 278, 279 ; Anthony, 
238 n ; Barnard, 301 ; Prancis, 
301 ; Jane, 181 ; John, 181, 
190; Julian, 254 n ; Michael, 
168. 

Taperell, John, 295. 

Tajison, Joan, 201 ti. 

Taverner, Alice, 178 «; William, 
254 ». 

Taylor, Agnes, 41. 

Teiham, ii 289. 

Tempest, 57. 

Thinn, Thynne. Dorothy, 189, 
190 ; Sir John, 190 ; Sir 
Thomas, 189. 

Thomas alias Bosaveron, Mar- 
tyn, 186. See Bosavarne. 

Thomas, 306. T/ioms, 216. 

THOMAS, THOMS, 215, 216 ; 
Johanna, 228 » ; John, 62, 
228 n ; Margaret, 62 ; Wil- 
liam, 163, 163 n. 

THOMS alias CARNSEW, 
217; Grace, 42, 90; Henry, 
42, 90, 126 11 ■ Maria, 62 n. 

Thorne, M 93, 141. Zenobia, 
131 n. 

Thorning, Robert, 11. 

Thorp, Robert de, 18. 

Thurlbere, John de, 126 n. 

Ties, Joan, 8; Henry, 8. 



Tindall, Joane, 289. 

Tingcombe, Tiukcombe, Tyn- 
comb. Anne, 265 n ; Philip, 
118, 118 » ; Sibilla, 246 n. 

Tiumouth, Thomas, Prior of, 94. 

Tippett, see Nankevell alias. 

Tiptoft, Ada, 144 ; Paganns, 
144. 

Tirrell, Tirell, Tyrel. Elinor, 
150 ; Elizabeth, 41 ; John, 
41 ; Richard, 244 n ; Robert, 
271 w ; William, 150. 

Todiford, Nicholas de, 55. 

Toinkein, 306. 

TOINKEIN,217,218h. (Ton- 
kin, Tonken,Tonckin.) Anne, 
129 «; John, 124; Philip, 
192 n. 

Tollcarne, 108. (Tolcarn, Tal- 
karn, etc.) Elizabeth, 79, 
80 ; Johanna, 198 n ; John, 
79, 80, 198, 198 n. 

Toll, Tole, Toule. Agnes, 218 ; 
Elizabeth, 205 ; Henrv, 122 ; 
John, 205 ; Wilmot, 122. 

Toller, Elizabeth, 246 n ; John, 
220 n. 

Tom, Tome. Gregory, 138; 
Jone, 14 ; T., 14. 

Tomking, John, 243 n. 

Tone, Florence, 167 ; William, 
167. 

Totworllnj, 69. 

TOTWOETHT, 69, 70. 

Towse, Isabell, 229. 

Tracher, William, 248 n. 

Trafford, ii 36. 

Travais, M 207. 

Treharfoot, 306. 

TREBARFOOTE, 218. (Tre- 
barfett.) Olive, 149 » ; Wil- 
liam, 106 n. 

Teebaetha, 206. 

Trebilcock, John, 254 n. 

Trebner, John, 258 n. 

Trecarrel, Trecarl. M 249. 
John, 135 ; Lora, 229 n ; 
Richard de, 69 «. 

Trecarren, Alice, 37; John, 37. 

Teedidon, 105, 106. 

Tredinham, Tredcnham. Eliza- 
beth, 273 ; Hugh, 240 ; John, 
147 ; Sir Joseph, 200 w ; 
Mary, 200 n ; Robert, 273. 

Teedinick, 150. (Tredcneck, 
Treddennick, etc.) Amicia 
de, 151 n ; Blanche, 259 n ; 
Charles, 151 n ; Christopher, 
34, 56 n. 299 ; Constantia, 
151 11 ; Dorothy, 114 ; Eliza- 
beth, 114 ; Francis, 258 ; 
Henry, 249 ; Jane, 82, 151 n ; 
John, 82, 151 «, 232 n ; Mar- 
garet, 34, 299 ; Marose, 152 ; 
Mary, 21 ; Nicholas, 151 n ; 
Peter, 249 ; Pbilippa, 110 n, 
255 n ; Raljih de, 151 n ; Ro- 
bert, 114 ; Thomas, 21, 249 ; 
William, 255 «. 



Tredwene, Elizabeth, 248 n. 
Trefry, 219, 221. 
TREFFRY, 219, 220. TREF- 

RIE, 221. (Tre\Toi, Trevry, 

etc.) M 59. Agnes, 133 ; 

Anne, 95 ; Elizabeth, 93, 148 ; 

Jane, 224, 225 », 253 n, 254 n ; 

Jennet, 239 ; Sir John, 171 n, 

180 », 235 n ; John, 93. 95, 

145 «, 148, 214 «, 254 n ; 

Thomas, 133, 180 «, 239; 

William, 224. 
Trefusis, 222. 
TREFUSIS, 222, 223, 224, 225», 

226 «. (Trefuses,etc.) Jane, 

76, 76 «, 98, 145 », 170; 

John, 7, 76, 170, 220, 235 «, 

242 n ; Katherine, 7, 182 n ; 

Maria, 95 «; Mary, 152 n; 

Nicholas, 119, 119 »; Otes, 

98 ; Richard, 64, 135 n ; 

Samuel, 152 n ; Thomas, 76, 

76 n, 145 n, 182 «. 
Trefyns, Trevince, Trewinse. 

Henry, 7,7 n; Hervy de, 222 ; 

Margaret, 7. 
Tregagall, John, 295. 
Tregallest, Amy, 227. 
TregaricTc, 20. (Tregorck.) 

Anne, 219» ; John, 20, 219» ; 

Mawde, 20. 
Tregarthan,4Q, 278. (Tregartyn 

etc.) Honor, 21, 208 ; Mar- 
garet, 40, 278; Sir Thomas, 

180 ; Thomas, 40 ; William, 

21, 20-8. 
Tregasaw, Tregasow, Tregasse. 

M 150. John, 49 ; Jone, 49 ; 

Margaret, 137 » ; Walter, 

137 n. 
Trege, Philip, 244 n; Roger, 

244 n ; Walter, 244 n. 
Tregeare, 306. 
TREGEARE, 225. 
Tregendee, 155. 
Tregenna, Ed\i'ard, 254 n. 
Tregennowe, Richard, 176 «. 
Tregian, m 64. Elizabeth, 275h ; 

Katherine, 275 n ; Mar}', 

275 n. 
Tregiskie, Tregeskj'. Johanna, 

226, 226 n ; Richard, 226, 

226 «. 
Tregithew, Tregetho. John, 

168,226; Nora, 168; Udon, 

226. 
Treglethenek, Roger, 113. 
Treglyue, Michael, 282. 
Tregodack, Tregodeck. Agnes, 

228; Robert'^ 228; William 

de, 237. 
Tregof (? Tregose), Elizabeth, 

256; Thomas, 256. 
Tregolles, Tregolse. M 16. 

Richard, 152. 
Tregonell, Alice, 204; John, 

204. 
Tregonny, 285. 
Tregonwall, 225. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



329 



Teegcnwall, 225 ; Doctor, 
254 n ; John, 254 n. 

Tregose, Tregos, Tregosa, etc. 
Ann, 41, 254 » ; Catherine, 
23 ; Elizabeth, 7, 7 « ; Joane, 
154, 155 M ; Richard, 7 u ; 
Thomas, 41, 154, 155 », 
215 n ; Walter, 23. 

Tregost, 89 ; AYalter, 68. 

Tregotlnian, 20. (Treguthnan.) 
Joan, 20 ; John, 18, 20. 

Tregoys, John, 244 n ; Margery, 
244 n ; Richard, 255 n. 

Trecfrilla, Richard de, 55. 

TREH ANE, 227, 228 ». (Tre- 
haj'iie, etc.) Amye, 53 ; 
Elizabeth, 199 ; John, 53, 1 11, 
199, 252 ; Katharine, 252 ; 
Lawrence, 88; Mary, 111. 

Trehake, Trehauke. Elinor, 
106; John, 106; Jone, 117; 
Richard, 117. 

Trehaverock, John, 37 ; Sibell, 
37. 

Trehey, Alice, 167 ; John, 167. 

Teeiagow, 20, 208. (Trejea- 
gowe, Treagowe, etc.) Joane, 
118 », John, 22. 

Trejoskie, John, 259 ji. 

Treladerw, Johanna, 223 ; Otes, 
223. 

Trelawm), 306. 

TRELAWNY, 228, 229, 230. 
(Treloney, Trelane, etc.) M 
268. Ann, 5, 185 n ; Charles, 
220 n ; Elizabeth, 71, 133 w, 
244 ; Sir Jonathan, 5 ; Jona- 
than, Bp. of Bristol, 110 n ; 
John, 71, 146, 185 n, 201, 
240, 244 ; Jone, 201 ; Robert, 
210 ; Samuel, 133 n. 

Treledris, Margaret, 89 ; Rich- 
ard, 89. 

Trelother, Otes, 160 n. 

Tfeloivarren, x. 

Treludders, see Marat alias. 

Tremayne, Tremain. Agnes, 
49 ; Arthur, 85, 85 », 132, 
132 n ; Edmund, 132 » ; Eu- 
lalia, 132, 132 » ; James, 47 n ; 
Jane, 156 », 265 ; John, 18, 
85 n, 180 n, 279 ; Lewis, 201» ; 
Margaret, 61 ; Martha, 263 »; 
Mary, 196 ; Philippa, 257, 
259 n ; Richard, 85 «, 135, 
196» ; Roger, 204, 257, 259 n \ 
Sampson, 265 ; Thomas, 61, 
85, 196 ; Ursula, 220, 220 »; 
William, 156 », 181 n, 220 ; 
Wilmot, 204. 

Tromearne, Trewren als., see 
Trevvren. 

Tremerne, James, 273 n. 

Tremidren, Luke de, 261 n. 

Treminheere, Tremenhere. Ann, 
237 » ; Ellyn,57 ; Thomas, 57. 

Tremlet, 107 n. 

Tremouth, John, 108 ; Kathe- 
rine, 108. 



Tremrovv, John, 80 ; Marion, 
80. 

Trenance, 306. 

TRENANCE, 231, 232 ; Con- 
stance, 53 ; Johanna, 208 ; 
Littleton, 190 ; Richard, 208 ; 
Thomas, 53, 76 ; Wilmot, 
76. 

Trenant, Alice, 118 ; John, 118 ; 
Luke de, 113. 

Trenchard, Nicholas, 113. 

Trenchard, see Foxcomb alias. 

Trencreke,Tancreke. Ann, 210; 
Honor, 145 ; Jane, 171, 256 ; 
John, 145, 256 ; Katherine, 
172 ; Robert, 80 », 171, 172. 

Trenerth, 306. 

TRENERTH,233. (Trenarth, 
etc.) Anne, 225 n ; James, 
225 «. 

Trenger, Isabella, 290 ; John, 
69 ; Thomas, 290. 

Trenqove alias Nanse, 305. 

TRENGOVE alias NANSE, 
238, 234. (Tringove, Tren- 
goffe, etc.) Catherine, 123 
Elizabeth, 2, 52 ; Henry, 5 
Jane, 274 n ; John, 123 n 
Richard, 52, 124 n. 

Trenhall, James, 162. 

Treuoda, John de, 237. 

Trenouth, 20. Trenowith, 208. 

Tbenouth, 20, 21. Treno- 
with, 208, 209. (Trenowth, 
Trenoweth, Trenewyth, etc.) 
M 68, 169. Johanna de, 19, 
255 « ; Jolin, 276, 298 ; Mar- 
garet, 255 11, 276, 277 n ; 
Philippa, 298 ; Ralph, 19, 
277 «; Stephen, 255 «; Tho- 
mas, 68 n. 

Trenowithe, see Vivian alias. 

Trerice, Trerys, Trerise. Jane, 

271 n ; Joan, 126 ; Margaret, 

272 n ; Michael, 271 n ; Sir 
Nicholas, 272 n ; Renold, 
126. 

Trenthall, John, 185 n. 

Trenvroth, John, 249 n. 

Tremoith vel Tretuiwith, 306. 

TRENWITH vel TREUN- 
WITH, 288, 239. (Treun- 
wyth, Treanwith, etc.) M 
220. Ann, 28; Elizabeth, 
95, 278 n ■ Ezechiel, 128 n ; 
John, 34, 89, 89 w; Mathew, 
28 ; Philippa, 84 ; Thomas, 
89, 89 u. 

Trereneke, Alan, 258 n. 

Treruf, Treuroufe, Trerraffe 
alias Treruthe, 169 n, 193 ». 
Elizabeth, 223; Richard, 228; 
William, 72. 

Tresaher, 234. Tresavgher, 306. 

TRESAHER, 234, 285, 236, 
237 n. (Tresahare, etc.) 
Anne, 181 n, 242 n ; Ezechiel, 
277 n ; James, 155 », 180 n, 
277 n ; John, 163 n ; Michael, 



TRESAHER— eo»?<w«ei. 
65 », 155 M ; Thomas, 65 n, 
181 », 241 n, 242 h, 270. 

Tresaster, Taesalster. Olive, 36, 
252, 252 n. 

Tresawell, Treswell. m 255 n. 
Johanna, 258 n ; Robert, 199, 
258 n. 

Tresilian, Jane, 124 n ; John, 
273 n ; Robert de, 126 n. 

Tresithney, x, 222. (Tresyney.) 
Emlyn, 220, 221 ; John, 76, 
220,"221, 224, 224 «; Melior, 
76, 222, 224, 224 n. 

Treskillard, Margaret, 123 ; 
Thomas, 123. 

Tresole, Tresula. m 18. Mabel 
de, 17. 

Tresoye, M l72. 

Trestene, Robye, 273 n. 

Trestrale, Agnes, 75 ; John, 75. 

Tresuggan, John, 233 ; Mary, 
233. 

Tresulgan, Henry, 55. 

Tresungar, M 134 n, 138. 

Treswesweth, Henry de, 258 n. 

Trethack, Johanna, 244 n; 
John, 244 n ; William, 244 ». 

Tretherf (Tretlmrf), 257. 

Teethekf, 169. (Tredurff, Tre- 
thref, etc.) Elizabeth, 257; 
John, 155 n, 261 n ; Mar- 
garet, 21, 24 », 51 ; Reginald,, 
218 n ; Thomas, 21, 24 n, 51 
257, 259 n, 261 n. 

Trethewii, 237, 238 «, 306. 

TRETHEWY, 287, 238. (Tre- 
thewe, Tredewey, Trethewye, 
etc.) Elizabeth, 181; Ro- 
bert, 26, 181 ; Thomas, 148 n, 
258 n. 

Trethias, Emmott, 255 «; John, 
169 n, 255 n ; Margaret, 169 n, 
255 n ; Mellyar, 169 n ; Pas- 
cowe, 255 ». 

Trethowen, John, 67. 

Treughans, Elizabeth, 40 ; Tho- 
mas, 40. 

Treuronet, Alan de, 261 n ; 
Ranulph de, 261 n. 

Trevagan, Trevetran. Andrew 
de, 261 n ; Philip, 113. 

Trevage, Jordan de, 261 n. 

Trevail, Trevaile. Alice de, 19, 
20 ; Elizabeth, 91 n ; Odo de, 
19, 20. 

Trevais, M 207. 

Trevalscus, Trevalscois. Chris- 
tian, 166; Edward, 101; 
Judith, 101. 

Trevanion, 306. 

TREVANION, 239, 240, 241, 
242». (Trevanyan, Trevanian, 
etc.) Alice, 19, 21 ; Amy, 
197 11 ; Anne, 51, 117, Bea- 
trix, 229 11 ; Charles, 201 n ; 
Elizabeth, 183 n, 184 n, 189 ; 
Sir Hugh, 95, 117, 145 ; 
Hugh, 181 n, 189, 189 n, 
2 U 



330 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



TREYANIOX- continued. 
190, 235 n ; Jane, 208 ; 
Jenophes, 95 ; Johanna. 1 15 ; 
Sir John, 20 ; John, 13, 19, 
21, 208, 219 «, 220 », 221; 
Jone, 13, 20, 76, 77 ; Kathe- 
rine, 81 », 189 «, 190; Marv, 
58, 221 ; Ric'lmrd, 51, 58, 
183 «, 252 », 302; AYilliam, 
77, 219 «, 235 n. 

Trevars, Sir John, 210. 

Teevaethian, 297. (Trever- 
then. Sir John, 31 ; John, 
34 H, 185 n. 

Trevasco, m 47. 

Treveare, see Penrose alias. 

Treveglos, Isabella, 75 » ; Roger, 
75 n. 

Trevelizek, John, 41. 

Treveh/nn, 306. 

TRE VELYAN, 242, 243. (Tre- 
villian, Trevillion, etc.) M 
164, 227. Dorothv, 249; 
Hugh, 197 ; John, 38, 69, 128, 
227 n ; Richard, 21 ; Thoma- 
sine, 197 »; Ursula, 128, 
197, 227 n. 

Trevener, 40. 

Teetenoub, 169. {Trevener 
alias Dewy, Trevenor, etc.) 
Grace, 203 ; Hutch, 203 ; Isa- 
bella, 189, 190 ; Margaret, 40 ; 
Richard, 21, 40, 189, 190; 
William, 189 ». 

Treverga, Andrew de, 261 n. 

Trevergan, Vivian, 261 n. 

Trevervo, Richard, 263. 

Trevethwane, Trevvthvan. 
John, 80 n ; Thomas, 80 n ; 
"William, 80 n. 

Teeviados, 222, 223. 

Trevilla, Treville, Trevilli, Tre- 
vill, etc. M 114. Elinor, 19, 
21, 223 ; Philip de, 18 ; 
Rodolph de, 18; William de, 
19, 21, 223. 

Treviniel, Vivian de, 261 n. 

Trevisa, 257, 306. 

TREVISA, 244. (Trevi.sa.) 
Elizabeth, 6 ; Henrv, 203 ; 
John, 6; Katherine, 203. 

Trevithick, William, 267 n. 

Treviwen, Robert de, 55. 

Trewanwell, 222. (See Halep.) 

Treu-arthenick, 20, 208. 

Tbewaktiienick, 20, 208. 
(Trewarthenek, Trevvarthe- 
nik, Trewjtiienick, etc.) 
John, 223 ; Pascatia, 223. 

Trewavas, Trewawas. m 188. 
Katherine, 263 n. 

Trewhodi), 306. 

TREWBODY, 246, 247 n. 
(Trwbodj^, Trubodj', Tru- 
bodie, etc.) Charles, 101 ; 
Elizabeth, 204; John, 119 «, 
201, 209 ; Jone, 262 ; AValter, 
295. 

Trewenhelek, William, 112 n. 



Trewethy, John de, 23. 
Tbewike, 7. (Treweike, etc.) 

Maty, 79 ; Robert, 79. 
Trewin, William, 282. 
Trewinard, Trewynard, Trewin- 

nard, Trewinward, etc. M 

192. Henry, 71 ; Jane, 71 ; 

John, 76, 270 n ; Joseph, 

87 n ; Matthew, 145 ; Mary, 

87 ». 
Trewint, Trewent, Trewynt. 

M 203 n. Isabella, 228 n ; 

Jane, 84 ; Stephen de, 228 n ; 

William, 84. 
TreivoUa, 306. 
TREWOLLA, 244, 245. (Tre- 

walla, Trewolly, Trewyla, Tre- 

whilla, Trewhella, Trewhela, 

Trewheler, etc.) Agne.s, 90 n ; 

Ann, 90 ; John, 90, 111 n ; 

Katherine, 111 ; Richard, 

1 11 n ; Thomas, 90, 111 ; 

William, 111. 
Trewoof, Trewoofe. Joan, 126; 

Hawise, 20 ; Thomas de, 18 ; 

William, 20. 
Treworgy, Treworga. John, 

216 «,"226; Melior, 226. 
Trewren, 306. 
TREWREN, 247. (Treuren, 

Truran, Treowran, Tryourne, 
etc.) Alice, 123; John, 42, 
123, 183, 260 «; Thomas, 
169 ; Roger, 255 n. 

Trewynick, Jane de, 228; Ste- 
phen de, 228 ; William, 183. 

Triggs, Trigges. Catherine, 
108 ; Thomas, 72. 

Tripoonne}', Tripconie, Trep- 
conye, etc. Ale.xander, 141 ; 
A.lice, 193 ; Charitv, 217 ; 
Elizabeth, 22 ; Francis, 226 ; 
Jane, 115; John, 22, 115,217. 

Trithwall, Agnes, 155 ; John, 
155, 185. 

Triwancamstell, Reginald de, 
18. 

Troblefeild, Jone, 116. 

Trochynock, Richard de, 55. 

Trowbridge, Trobridg. Cathe- 
rine, 157; John, 157; Judith, 
39. 

Trowte, Elinor, 140 n. 

Trwro (Truro), 285. 

Tuhb, 248 «, 306. 

TUBE, 247, 248 n. (Tub, 
Tobbe, etc.) Anne, 103 n ; 
George, 9, 46, 124; Joane, 
7, 9 ; John, 155 n ; Julian, 

217 ; Mary, 46 ; Robert, 
158 H, 174 ; Susan, 124 ; 
William, 7. 

Tucker, 307. 

TUCKER, 248, 249, 250 n. 
(Tocker, Toker, Tooker.) 
Catherine, 268 n ; Christo- 
pher, 100; George, 154 »; 
John, 176 n, 203, 233; Mary, 
233 ; Peter, 100 ; Reginald, 



'I'UCKER— continued. 

229 n ■ Robert, 148, 258 n ; 
Roger, 186; Stephen, 46; 
William, 68. 

Tuitt, Avice, 30 ; Richard, 30. 

Tully, John, 18. 

Turberville, 275 n. Katherine, 
125 n. 

Turnavyne, John, 153. 

Turner, John, 302; Thomas, 
156 n. 

Turnev, Ralph, 280. 

Tvllev, Tilley. ii 286. Eliza- 
beth, 278. 

Tynton, Tynten, Tinten. Alice, 
'297 ; Sir John, 277, 278 n ; 
John, 272 n ; Margaret, 277, 
278 n ; Sir Stephen, 297. 

Tyrack, Henry, 67. 

Udei/, X. 

Ugler, John, 153 n. 

Uglow, George, 107 n. 

Umfravile, Alice de, 274 n ; 

John de, 274 h. 
Unvile, Reginald de, 250. 
Upcott, Upcote. Jane, 130, 131. 
Upton, 307. 
Upton, 268. 
UPPETON, 291. (Upeton, 

Upton.) Eliam, 229 n ; 

John, 195 ; William, 131. 
Urban, Anna, 199 n. 



(Vacey, 

Facey.) 

Leon- 



Ralph 



(Ver- 



Vaci/e, 250. 

Vacye, 128. (Vasie.) 

VACYE, 250, 251. 
Vasie, Vesie, and 
Elizabeth, 131, 131 n : 
ard, 131, 131 ii. 

Vallet, William, 70. 

Vallitort, Yalle Torte. 
de, 211 n ; Roger de, 285. 

Vanson, Elizabeth, 110 h. 

Vashment, Ann, 210; John, 
209, 210. 

Velour, John, 239 n. 

Vere, Sir Robert, 31. 

Verman, 307. 

VERMAN, 251, 252. 

mon.) Anne, 241 «; John, 
227, 241 n ; Mary, 241 n. 

Verney, Sir Edmond, 32. 

ViELL, 242, 243. (Viall, Vyell.) 
M 10. George, 10 n ; Grace, 
301; John, 298; July an, 86; 
Thomas, 69; William, 85, 
86, 275 n. 

Yii,'urs, Vygars. 
Thomas, 106 n. 

Vincent, Vj-ncent. 
Elizabeth, 238 ; 
John, 154 n, 238, 294; Mar- 
gery, 123 ; Thiimas, 123. 

Vine, Michael, 45. 

Tlvian, 307. Vivyan, 257. 

Vivian, 36, 50 n. 

VIVIAN, 252, 253 n, 254 «. 
VYVYAN, 25G. VIVYAN, 



Hugh, 281; 

Anne, 47 n ; 
Henr}-, 47 »; 



INDEX OF NAMES, 



331 



YlYIA'N— continued. 

257, 258, 259 n, 260 n, 261 n, 
262 n. (Vyvian, Vivion, 
Vavion, Viveon, Vivean, 
Vivyon, de Vivien, de Vivo- 
nia, Vivian alias Cooke, 
Vivian alias Treiioweth, etc. 
M 138, 197. Adam, 247 »; 
Agnes, 149 n; Anue, 114 ; 
Anor, 148 n ; Barbara, 270, 
270«; Bridget, 197« ; Cliarles, 
68 n ; Christian, 73 ; Doro- 
thy, 14, 125 »; Edeth, 140; 
Edward, 173 «; Elizabeth, 
149 n ■ Emlyn, 136, 138 », 
149, 149 n ; Sir Francis, 46 ; 
Francis, 139 ?i, 184 », 200 m ; 
Haniball, 14, 14 ??, 47 «, 90 n, 
140, 140 M, 269 11 ; Henry, 
214 M ; Ina, 107 n ; Jane, 
53 «, 73, 221 n ; Joane, 68 n ; 
Johanna, 84- 247 n ; John, 
25, 38, 38 «, 72 », 73, 114, 
139 «, 148 n, 149 », 156 n, 
157 », 164 n, 169 n, 181 «, 
189 «, 197 n, 220 », 221 n, 
270, 270 « ; Judith, 140 n ; 
Katherine, 155 n ; Loveday, 
218 n; Margerie, 98, 115 ; 
Maria, 184 n, 189 n ; Mary, 
38 n, 197 », 211 n ■ Matilda, 
149 n ; Matthew, 125 n ; 
Michael, 47, 73, 154, 154 n, 
155 «, 156 n ; Miss, 214 n ; 
Odo, 149 M ; Olive, 102 n ; 
Pascowe, 177 n ; Peter, 186 n, 
Philippa, 47 », 104 ii ; Sir 
Richard, 220 n ; Eichard, 23, 
68 n, 72 n, 138 «., 139 h, 177 « ; 
Robert, 98, 115; Stephen, 
184 », 189 n ; Thomas, 136, 
148 II, 149, 197 n ; Thomasine, 
90 « ; "William, 114 n ; Sir 
Viell, 84. 

Voly, Nicholas, 70. 

Vosper, 254 n. Arthur, 127 n ; 
Barbara, 256 n ; Elizabeth, 
127 H ; John, 283 ; Prudence, 
127 n ; Richard, 127 «, 254 » ; 
Thomas, 295. 

Vowell, Sibil, 194; William, 
194. 



Waddon, M 39. 

Wade, Johanna, 250 ; John, 

250 n. 
Wadham, Wadda. Dorothy, 

123 ; Frances, 77 ; George, 

77 ; William, 68. 
TTfljf (?), X. 

Waiuwright, James, 106 n. 
Wales, Prince of. See Ap 

Conwyn, Ap Griffith, and Ap 

Theodor Mawr. 
Walker, 207. 

Wallacomb, Jenor, 5 ; John, 2. 
Waller, Erasmus, 17; Francis, 

17. 



Wallis, Wallys. Christopher, 
13; Henry, 128 «; John, 
222 ; Margaret, 102 ; Philip, 
294. 

Wallis alias Barte, 279. 

WALLIS alias DARTE, 279. 
See also Dart. 

Walrond, Waldron. Elinor, 
269, 269 n ; Joane, 286 ; 
Henry, 269, 269 n ; Maria, 
252 n ; WilHam, 252 w. 

Walsbury, Walesbrew, Whales- 
bury, Whalisborough. M 42. 
Elizabeth, 242; Jane, 34; 
Johanna, 228 n ; John, 296 ; 
Thomas, 242; William de, 
228 n, 296. 

Walsh, John, 235 n. 

Walter, Zaohary, 295. 

Walthen, Elizabeth, 266; Ro- 
ger, 266. 

Walton, Thomas, 37. 

Ward, Thomas, 252. 

Warden, Stephen, 88. 

Warne, Ehzabeth, 102 n ; Phi- 
lippa, 260 n. 

Warren, Warrin. Christopher, 
160 n ; Elizabeth, 249 n ; 
John, 114 ; Nicholas, 253 n ; 
Richarda, 201 ». 

Warwick, Richard, Earl of, 
186 ; Lucy, da. of the Earl 
of, 186. 

Watt ( ? Harry ) . See Harry. 

Watta, William, 221 n. 

Way, Waye, Wey. Alice, 159 ; 
Emlyn, 152 ; John, 105 n ; 
Temperance, 109, 111 ; Wil- 
liam, 109, 111, 152, 159. 

Webb, M 140. Jone, 118 ra; 
Thomas, 107 »; Walter, 139. 

Wehher, 307. 

WEBBER, 262. m 286. 
Bridget, 182; Jane, 90 n; 
John, 35, 173 ; Margery, 59, 
200 ; Mary, 35 ; Nicholas, 
280 ; Robert, 182 ; William, 
59, 200. 

Weekes, Weeke. Elizabeth, 
197 n ; Hugh, 98 ; John, 
11 ; Justian, 137 ; Lora, 99 ; 
S"volla, 11. 

Wellington, Willington. M 138. 
Ralph de, 144. 

Welsh, Mary, 292; Richard, 
292. 

Wenmouth,Wenemouth. Anas- 
tacia, 198, 200 ; Joan, 102 n ; 
John, 102 n ; Robert de, 198, 
200. 

West, Francis, 238. 

Westcot, Agnes, 200 ; Alice, 199 ; 
Anne, 266; John, 199, 200; 
Margaret, 147 ; Richard, 295 ; 
Rotfer, 266 ; William, 147. 

Westlake, Christian, 107 n; 
Richard, 107 n. 

Westmarch, Peter de, 237. 

Weston, M 74. 



Whelpington, Robert, 94. 

Whethall, Robert, 85. 

Whiddon, William, 119 n. 

White, 307. 

WHITE, 262, 263. Ambrose, 
284 ; Anne, 99 ; Jane, 21 ; 
Richard, 99 ; William, 21. 

Whitfeld, Thomas, 117. 

Whitford, John, 269; Thoma- " 
sine, 269. 

Whiting, Whitinge, Whitting. 
M 278. Nicholas, 82; Tho- 
mas, 270 n. 

Whitleifjh, X. (Whitleygh, 
Whetleighe.) Margaret, 84, 
87 ; Richard, 84, 87. 

Whitt, Walter, 284. 

Whittington, Whityndon. 
Blanche, 212, 212 n ; Tho- 
mas, 212, 212 n, 275 n. 

Wiat, Richard, 12. 

Wilcock, Katherine, 152. 

Wilford, Sir Thomas, 32 ; Wil- 
liam, 32. 

William, Peter, 186 n. 

Williams, 307. 

Williams, 39. 

WILLIAMS, 263, 264, 265 n. 
(Willeams, Willyams, etc.) 
M 65. Anne, 91 n ; Bal- 
thazer, 162 n, 186 ; Bartho- 
lomew, 103 n ; Charles, 
158 n ; Frances, 170 w ; 
George, 235 n ; Henry, 285 ; 
Honor, 63 n, 241 n ; Hugh, 
197 n ; James, 176 n ; 
Jane, 197 n ; John, 103 w, 
123 n, 164 n, 168 n, 235 n, 
249 n ; Mary, 220 n ; 
Michael, 215 n ; Pal ience, 
91 n ; Prudence, 217 n ; 
Rebecca, 109 n ; Richard, 
53 n, 104 n ; Ruth, 109 r, ; 
Thomas, 24 ; Thomasine, 24 ; 
Warren, 151 n ; William, 12, 
103 n, 214 n, 268 n. 

Williams alias Boswathiok. 
See Boswathek. 

Willotighby, 307. 

WILLOUGHBY, 265. 

Willoughby de Broke. M 31. 
Sir Robert, Lord de Broke, 
219 n ; Lord, 171 »; Robert, 
Lord, 220 w. 

Wills, 307. 

Wills, 269. 

WILLS, 265, 266. (Wylles, 
Wylls, Willes.) Dorothy, 
227 ; George, 165 n ; Hugh, 
188 ; Joanna, 136 n ; Mar- 
gery, 186 ; Richard, 199 ; 
William, 284. 

Wilshman, Cecilia, 198 ; John, 
198. 

Wilson, Jane, 185 ; John, 61, 
185. 

Wilton, Elizabeth, 162 ; Robert, 

280 ; William, 60. 
Wmm-dy X, 



332 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Windham, T\'yndliam. Mar- 
garet, 64 n ; Sir Thomas, 
64 >i, 270 n. 

Windsor, 106, 150. The Lord, 
30. 

WiNTEE (Wynter), 120, 270 n. 
M 223. Philippa, 100. 

Wise, Wyse. Constauce, 80 ; 
Jane, 247 ; John, 64 ii ; Tho- 
mas, 24, 247 ; William, 80. 

WODELAND, 25. 

Wodenote, 307. 
WODENOTE, 266. (Wood- 

nott.) Prisilla, 160 ; Thomas, 

160. 
Wodmau, M 139. 
Wodrington, Sir John, 94 ; 

Roger, 94. 
Wo]cott,Wolcot. Barbara, 141 ; 

K;.lherine, 174 ; Peter, 142 ; 

Thomas, 174. 
Woldridge, Woulrydge. Mat- 
thew, 67, 282. 
Wollesdon, Joane, 55 ; Thomas, 

55. 
Wollye, John, 250 n. 
Wolvedon, Catherine, 19, 299; 

John, 19, 299. 
Wolverston, Mary, 117. 



Woode, Wood, "V^'aade. Alice, 
146 n ; Dorothie, 11 ; Henry, 
102 ; Jane, 160, 160 n ; Jo- 
han, 102 ; John, 11, 160, 
160 «. 

Worlington, Jane, 91 ; Sir 
Matthew, 91 1 William, 91. 

Wortham, x ; Joanna, 84. 

Worthe, 40. (Worth, Writhe.) 
Agnes, 40 ; Isabell, 194 ; 
Powle, 279 ; Thomas, 40. 

Worthevale, 307. 

WORTHEVALE, 267, 268 n. 
(Worthivale, Worthyvale, 
Warthewale, Worthywell, 
Worthwale, etc.) m 231 n. 
Christoi)her, 11, 114 n, 249 n. 

Wotton, Wotten, Wootton. 
M 265. Alice, 51 ; John, 3, 
51 ; Margaret, 3 ; Mary, 32 n. 

Woyue, Thomas, 272 n. 

Wrey, 193, 307. 

WREY, 268. (Wray.) Eliza- 
beth, 254 n ; Johanna, 194 ; 
John, 194, 291; Philippa, 
291 ; Su- Wilham, 132 n, 
283. 

WrougMon or Sej}rin, x. 

Wychehalse, 307. 



WYCHEHALSE,292. (Wich- 
halse.) Jone, 240. 

Wydeslade, Widdeslade. John, 
255 n ; Mary, 92 ; William, 
92. 

Wykkett, Wyket. Elizabeth, 
165 n ; Johanna, 215 n ; Ni- 
cholas, 165 n ; Richard, 215 n. 

Wylle, John, 243 n. 

Wjnioud, John, 295. 

Wyvel, 307. 

WYVELL, 269. 

Wythyby, Thomasine, 200. 

Yarde, John, 253 n. 

YEO, 292, 293 ; Alice, 91 ; 
Ebbott, 285 ; George, 162 n ; 
John, 91, 128 n ; Leonard, 
115 n, 165, 285 ; Margaret, 
273 n ; Robert, 7 ; Sara, 
162 w; William, 84 n. 

York, Edward, Duke of, 144. 

York, 307. 

YORKE, 269, 270. (York, 
Yeorcke.) Anne, 236 ; Hum- 
phry, 155 71, 158, 158 M, 236, 
257 ; Sara, 158, 158 n. 

Young, Yonge. Ellin,263. Helen, 
263 «; William, 142, 263. 



OMISSIONS IN INDEX. 



Carter, 279 n. 
Essex, The Earl of, 252. 
Snider, 186. 
Hill, 194. M 84. 



Incledon, John, 80 n. 
John, Martha, 150 n. 
Revel, 194. 
Rochford, x. 



Trecarrel alias Usse, X. 
Tredignie, x. 
Trefunis, x. 
Tregarthan, x. 



( 333 ) 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Abbotsham, 78. 

Abraham Hall, Lancashire, 124. 

Acland, 292. 

Acton, Middlesex, 151. 

Addeston, Devon, 6. 

Advent, Adven, etc., Cornwall, 

125 II, 133 71, 200, 254 7i, 295. 
Afton, 141 71, 270 n. 
Albominster, 271. 
Aldercombe, 87. 
Aler, 286. 
Alet, 272 H. 
Aliscomb, 107 ». 
Allington, Devon, 87, 205. 
Alphyngton, Devon, 302. 
Alta, 261 n. 
Alternon, 92, 105 n, 107 n, 

108 n, 141 «, 295. 
Amell, St. Kew, 262_, 262 n. 
Ampthill, Bedfordshire, 106 n. 
Anglesea, 30. 
Annery, 230. 
Anthony, Anthonie, 1, 2, 28, 

29, 29 II, 31, 68, 83, 83 n, 

118 », 135 n, 210 n, 211 n, 

294. 
Antron, Antorne, Cornwall, 163, 

162 II, 276. 
Apledrum, Sussex, 28. 
Ardevora Vear, 242 n. 
Ardevoro, Ardeverey, 251, 277, 

277 n. 
Arrallas, Argallas,in St. Enoder, 

212 ;;, 259 ii, 261 ii. 
Arrington, Berks, 116. 
Arscott, 286. 
Arundell, 31. 

Arandell Street, Loudon, 161 ii. 
Arwanneck, Arwenneck, Arwa- 

nick, 81, 86, 293. 
Arworthell, 277 n. 
Ashwater, 63 «, 207 n, 298, 

299 n. 
Ashwell Thorj), Norfolk, 117. 
Aston, Devon, 47, 79. 
Atte hole, 204 n. 



Atte "Water, 255 n. 
Austell, see St. Austell. 
Austle alias Hawsewell Park, 

Alternon, 122 ». 
Axham, Lincolnshire, Isle of, 

289. 
Axmouth or Exmouth, 243 n. 



Babligh, 106. 

Bake, Cornwall, 150, 151, 179. 

Balowdan, 223. 

Barklej', 220 «. 

Barne, Dorset, 28. 

Barnstaple, Barstable, Borstable, 

Devon, 45, 101, 159 ii, 207, 

241, 279, 292. 
Barowhall, Siiflfolk, 10. 
Barum, 259 n. 
Basill, Cornwall, 242, 243. 
Barley, Exeter, 29 n. 
Battersby Hall, Yorkshire, 6. 
Beaga-Cubie, 180 n. 
Beard Hill, Sussex, 6. 
Beardon, Beredon, Bordon, 131, 

251, 291. 
Beauchamp Court, Warwick- 
shire, 90. 
Beckles, Suffolk, 60. 
Bedham, 289. 
Bednall Greene, 186. 
Beere, 300 ». 
Belli, 46. 

Belenick, see Meleneck. 
Benethewood, 9. 
Bennalack, Benathleck, Baneth- 

lek, Bonathlek, 75 », 76, 76 ii, 

150 II, 162 n. 
Berican erber, Devon, 134, 173. 
Berie, Devon, 170. 
Berkshire, 30, 116. 
Bickingham, 61. 
Bickington, Devon, 134, 137. 
Bickley, Devon, 32, 68. 
Bickton, Bicton, Cornwall, 119, 

229. 



Bickwel, Devon, 90. 

Biddiford, Bitellford, Bydeford, 
Devon, 70, 107, 209, 255 ii. 

Biunertou, Benhertou, 7, 278 ». 

Blaboll, 18. 

Blaokawton, 199 n. 

Blaokdon, Blackdoune, Devon, 
194, 291. 

Black Torrington, Blaketoriton, 
Black Torrinton, 107 », 
131 II, 139, 272 II. 

Blasey, see St. Blazey. 

Blaxton Hall, Diu-ham, 28. 

Blisland, Cornwall, 21, 25, 96, 
161, 188, 204 n, 246. 

Bliston, 27. 

Blowfleming, 186. 

Boatesfleminge, Botusfleming, 
54 II, 266. 

Bocarren, 146 n. 

Bochyni, 35 », 299 n. 

Bochyny, 299 «. 

Boconnoc, Bokonock, etc., Corn- 
wall, 144, 146 11, 158, 160 n, 
298. 

Boddraue, Bodreyn, 101, 102. 

Bodgall in Lanlivery, 261 ii. 

Bodinick-Veor, Cornwall, 181. 

Bodinnick, Cornwall, 56 it. 

Bodmalgan, 150 n. 

Bodmin, Bodmyn, Bodman, 
Badman, Cornwall, 11 n, 12, 
42 n, 46 n, 48 ii, 52, 56 n, 59 n, 
72, 88 n. 111 H, 112 n, 114, 
139 n, 142, 143, 143 «, 146 », 
150 M, 153, 158 II, 159, 159 n, 
160 n, 163 », 167, 174, 175, 
180 71, 190, 207, 214, 216, 
219 M, 223, 231, 232 n, 238, 
249, 254 n, 256, 256 n, 267, 
298. 

Bodrennek, 156 «. 

Bodrigan, Bodringham, 64, Gin, 
65, 65 n, 278 n. 

Bodriggey, 79 n. 

Bohemia, 279. 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Bokedock ia Lanivet, 114. 

Boleth, 18. 

Bonitban, Bonvtlian in Cury, 

Cornwall, 16," 17, 109, 248 n. 
Borlawren, Barlawren in Egle- 

shcyle, 9, 114 «. 
Bo.'iawsake, Bossawsack, 22. 
Boscawen Eose, 17, 18. 
Boscombe, Wilts, 251, 266. 
Boscovey alias Boscavevyn, 

in St. Austell, 189 n, 255 n. 
Boscovill in St. Austell, 246 «. 
Bosliavarne, 258 n. 
Bosiron, 9. 

Boskenna in St. Buryan, 162 n. 
Boskennan, 79 n. 
Boskerin in Bodmin, 195 n. 
Bosmawgau, Cornwall, 104. 
Bossagran, 50 n. 
Bossiuey, 107 n. 
Bossiuver, 181 n. 
Boswednock in Senar (Zennor), 

22. 
Boswitbegie, 257. 
Bosworgy, 274 n. 
Botadon, Botaden, Botathan, 

13. 
Botallack in St. Just, 169 n. 
Botnole Bicban, 124 n. 
Botreaux Castle, 93, 93 n, 116, 

147, 186, 187, 248 n. 
Bove}', Bov-ye, Devon, 99, 287. 
Bowrings Lee, 182. 
Boy ton, Cornwall, 79, 79 h, 80 «, 

141. 
Bradfield, Devon, 252 n, 269, 

269 n. 
Bradford, Devon, 250. 
Bradston, Devon, 11, 290. 
Bradwortby, 107 n, 218 n, 273 n. 
Brampton, 24. 
Brannell, 278. 
Branton, 91. 
Bratton, 80 n. 
Bread Street, London, 160. 
Breage, Breague, Bereage, etc., 

Cornwall, 48, 48 «, 77, 82, 93, 

123 «, 152, 174, 205, 270, 273. 
Brembowct, 46. 
B reward, see St. Brevvard. 
Breuck, see St. Breock, 
Brewory, 18. 

lire}' in ilorvall, Cornwall, 140. 
Bridge, 107 », 207 n. 
Bridgend juxta Lostwithicl, 

112 w. 
Bridgerulc, 107 n. 
Brigbtley, 85. 
Bristol, Bristow, Glostershire, 

38, 38 «, 57, 72, 214, 254 w, 

289. 
Brixton, Devon, 11. 
Broadstone, 55. 
Bnxuhvood, 213. 
iJrousliolm in Bolland, York- 

sbire, 161. 
Browiilarsb, 60 n. 
]5rown Park, 207 n. 
Brj'ggend, 158 n, 



Buckelley, Bokally, 2, 100. 
Buckish, Devon, 21. 
Buckland Bruer, Devon, 41, 213. 
Buckland Monacborum, Devon, 

90, 226 n, 249 n. 
Buckland Pbilly, 230, 251. 
Budeox, see St. Budeaux. 
Budock, 42, 235, 235 n, 251, 

261 n. 
Budokeshed, Budeuxsbed, Bud- 

siiie, Butsbed, etc. 51, 54 n. 

99, 135. 
Budyn, 23. 
Bukian, Cornwall, 71. 
Burford, Oxfordshire, 294. 
Burye, 31. 
Burian, Buryan, Borian, Berian, 

St. Burian, Cornwall, 74, 89, 

123 ;;, 126 n, 158, 159 n, 170 n, 

234 n, 238, 270. 
Burncoose in Stithians, 22 n. 
Burrell juxta Saltash, 25 n, 26. 
Bury Pomerov, Devon, 177. 
Buscanc, Cornwall, 71, 72. 
Buswistock, Cornwall, 92. 
Buttercram, Yorkshire, 60. 



Cadley, 125 n. 

Caeruner, 272 «, 274 «, 275 n. 
Callard, Devon, 215. 
Callin^ton, Killington, 135 w, 

199," 200. 
Callis, 85, 292. 

Callwoodle.y, Devon, 83 n, 288. 
Calstock, Cawlstock, Cornwall, 

88, 135 n, 136 n. 
Camborne, Cornwall, 3, 17, 42, 

89, 123, 123 », 164, 191, 234», 

237 n, 261 n, 263, 273 «. 
Camelford, Cauibelford, etc., 

Cornwall, 11, 29 n, 250 n, 

262 n, 268 n. 
Camerton, see Connerton. 
Canelegie, 245 n. 
Canington, Somersetshire, 223, 

278. 
Carbons, 239 n. 
Carclew, Calclew, Cruceleu, 

Kertleowe, etc., 20, 68, 183, 

212, 247, 257. 
Cardigan, 30. 
Cardinham, Cornwnil, 231 n, 

233, 249, 249 «, 268 n. 
Carganioue, 235 n. 
Cargreene, 199. 
Carhais Castle, 265 n. 
Carheis, Carhayes, Cary Hayes, 

Kcrcliaye.s, etc., 51, 117, 189, 

190, 239, 240, 241 n, 242 n, 

271,271 n. 
Carickfergus, Castro de, 261 n. 
Carlennek, 274 ». 
Carlyan, Carlii,4ian, Carl yon 

Key, Cornwall, 79, 191, 191 n. 
Carminowe, 33, 212 n. 
Caruanton, Carnington, 186, 

265 n. 
Carne Greowe, 148 w. 



Carnewynek "Wartha, 151 n. 
Carnsew, Carnesuwe, 217, 239 n. 
Carnwortby inAVarbstow, 120h. 
Carnynj-, 239 n. 
Carpenters, 255 n. 
Carver, Cornwall, 147. 
Carveynack Pettit, 235 n. 
Car win, 89 n. 
Cary, Devon, 37. 
Castle, Castell, in Lanlivery, 

Cornwall, 101, 246, 246 n. 
Castle Gotham, 189 n, 255 n. 
Castle Horneck, Cornwall, 126. 
Castlesance, Castlezans, etc., 

Cornwall, ISO, 180 n. 
Castlewich, Cornwall, 55. 
Catherloghe, Ireland, 32. 
Caultock"^ 244. 
Cavan, Ireland, 187. 
Cavrowe, 112 n. 
Chafond, 119 n. 
Chagford, 54 », 121 n. 
Chatton, 195. 
Chappell in "Winkl3-e Tracy, 

Devon, 127. 
Cheepside, Chepeside, London, 

16, 238. 
Chekington, Berks, 116. 
Chelsea, 187 n. 
Cheshire, 202. 
Cbeston, Suffolk, 61. 
Chestow, Devon, 200. 
Chichester, 28. 
Chidown, 177 «. 
Chinals, 23. 
Chipons, 149 n. 
Christeroy, 260 n. 
Chiton, Cornwall, 7, 8. 
Chiverton, 191 n. 
Chudleigh Chudley, Devon, 29, 

292. 
Cleargarn, 162. 
Cleere, see St. Cleere. 
Clemen.se, Clements, Cornwall, 

173 n, 180 », 263. See also 

St. Clements. 
Cleverton, 106 n, 218 n. 
Clopton, "Warwickshire, 32. 
Cloveley, Devon, 2, 13, 29, 41, 

122. 
Clowance, Clowans, St. Clowins, 

Cornwall, 2, 2 », 43 n, 50, 

185, 185 n, 212. 
CliUe, 213. 

Cliffe Close, The, 235 n. 
Cockiugton, 5, 64. 
Codner, 144. 
Cofford in Kenton, Devon, 

292 «. 
Colanipton, Devon, 278. 
Colau, Colon, 50 n, 139 «, 224. 
Cold Asbby, Northamptonshire, 

65. 
Coldrenick, 230 ». 
Coleford, 255 ». 

Colewood in St. Nightons, Bod- 
min, 56 n. 
Collacombe, Cullacombe, Devon, 

85, 132, 132, M 196; 259 n, 



INDEX or PLACES. 



335 



Colliton, Coleton in Newton 

Ferrers, Devon, 49, 176, 177. 
Colricl^e, 231 n. 
Colsliull, 197. 
Combe, Devon, 11. 
Combesberie, Somersetshire, 38. 
Combeshed, Cornwall, 135. 
Comb Eyall, 269 n. 
Connerton, 80, 274 n. 
Constantine, Constenton, Kes- 

tenton, etc., Cornwall, 22, 

48 n, 54, 54 n, 77, 96, 107, 

107 «, 152 II, 163 H, 164, 182, 

187 H, 225 M, 233, 236 n, 

261 11, 264 n. 
Coome Florie, Somersetshire,65. 
Coriton, Devon, 49. 
Cork, 30, 32. 
Corkingt«n, 31. 
Cornelly, 180 n. 
Cornwithie, 231 ». 
Cornwood, Devon, 92. 
Corry Mallet, 73. 
Coswarth, Cosworth, Cornwall, 

2, 50, 50 «, 112, 197 n, 200 », 

261 n. 
Cosworthie, 291. 
Coswj'u, 68 n. 
Court, 181, 279 }i. 
Coventrie, 220 n. 
Cowick, Devon, 288. 
Craford, Kent, 74. 
Crantock, Carantock, Cornwall, 

22, 130, 272. 
Crecombe, 279 n. 
Crediton, Devon, 70, 125 ti, 170, 

269, 269 n, 270 n. 
Creede, Cornwall, 61, 138. 
Cressell, CressoU, etc., Cornwall, 

55, 56. 
Crofthole, 204 n. 
Crokadon, Cornwall, 6, 244. 
Croscom, 292. 
Crosse, Cornwall, 58, 241. 
Crowan, Cornwall, 54 n, 61, 62, 

142, 154, 155, 155 n, 163, 

164, 185 », 186, 190, 212 n, 

215, 226, 227, 274 n. 
Crugantallan, see Tregantallan. 
Cruse Morchard, Devon, 56 n. 
Crutched Friars, London, 220 ii. 
Cubert, Cuthbert, 173 ii, 107 », 

261 u, 295. 
Cuby, Kebye, etc., 181 n, 235 n, 

261 », 295. 
CuUeton in Chumleigb, 207 n. 
Cur3', Kewry, Cornwall, 48 7i, 

73, 163, 177, 216, 261 n. 
Cutcrew, Cornwall, 209, 211. 
Cutland, Devon, 66. 
Cutparrot, 111 n. 



Dalverton, Somerset, 205. 
Dancy, "Wiltshire, 24. 
Danet's Hall, 2 ». 
Dartford, Kent, 124. 
Dartmouth, Devon, 6, 138,168«, 
171. 



Dassell in Morewinstow, Corn- 
wall, 213. 

Davanant, 299. 

Davies, 69. 

Deliobell, 190 ». 

Derby, 151, 261 ii. 

Descombe,Wiltshire, 128, 251«. 

Desmond. 32. 

Deverell, 162. 

Deviok, 52, 80 ii, 

Devon, 5, 6, 9, 10, 14, 29 n, 31, 
32, 34, 35, 47, 54, 70, 70 h, 
81, 83, 90, 93, 107 n, 122, 
124, 130, 131, 138, 142, 160, 
168, 169, 183, 184, 200 n, 
205, 218, 246, 257, 259 «, 
261 », 265 n, 270 ». 

Dewstock, 138. 

Dewston, 134. 

Dewstowe, Cornwall, 3, 295. 

Dinham, 114. 

Dodacoinb, 207 n. 

Dodbroke, Devon, 137. 

Dodford in Bramsgrove, "Wor- 
cestershire, 289. 

Dodustow, 23. 

Dominock, see St. Dominick. 

Donnant, 299 ». 

Dorsetshire, 34, 38, 71, 263, 
288. 

Dotington, Devon, 137. 

Downend, East, 106 n. 

Dowrish, Devon, 32, 106 n. 

Drannek, 158 «. 

Drussell, 255 n. 

Dublin, Ireland, 32, 202. 

Duuheved, 13, 107 n, 126 n. 

Dulo, Duloe, Dewlo, Cornwall, 
6, 136, 161 >i, 214, 270 », 295. 

Dunsfeld, Dontsfeld, 272 n, 
275 n. 

Dunsland, Donsland, Devon, 12, 
286, 287, 293, 298. 

Dunster, 31, 143, 269, 269 n. 

Durworthy, 190. 

Dynasia, 174. 

Dysard, Dysert, 271 », 298. 

Dysart, East, 35 n. 

Dysart, "West, 35 ». 



Earth juxta Saltash, 14, 15, 36, 
251. 

East Allington, Devon, 153 n. 

East Ashton, 238 n. 

Eastclose, 235 n. 

East Down, Devon, 209. 

East Downend, 106 ». 

East Haddon, Northampton- 
shire, 234 n. 

Easthendra in St. Kew, 56 n. 

East Indies, 88, 182. 

East Lowe, Eastlow, 73, 73 n, 
181 n. 

East Ogwell, Devon, 230 n. 

Easton, "Worcester, 106 n. 

East Stonehouse, 63 n. 

Ebbeford, 69 n. 

Edgcomb, Cornwall, 28, 64, 



Eflford, 272 ». 

Egglesford, Devon, 49. 

Egloshaile, Eglesyehle, Egglo- 
sheile, Egloshev, etc., Corn- 
wall, 9, 112, 113, 114, 134. 

Egloskerry, Egleskerrie, 45, 
105 n, 106 n. 

Eglosros, 277 », 296, 299 n. 

Elam, Kent, 74. 

Elerkie alias Verian, 180 n. 

Empiiigham, Lincolnshire, 65. 

Endellion, 11, 120 n, 189 n. 

Enis, Eueys, Cornwall, 21 n, 67, 
185. 

Enmor, 210. 

Enneder, see St. Enoder. 

Erisey, Erysy, Erisa, etc., Corn- 
wall, 23,' 28, 68, 258 «. 

Ermington, 231 n. 

Ernsettle on the Tamar, near 
Saltash, 197 n. 

Erthholewood, 247 », 255 n. 

Ervin, see St. Ervan. 

Escote, 251 ». 

Essex, 100. 

Essex Street, London, 161 «. 

Estwell, 272. 

Ethye, 118 n. 

Eton, 195 n. 

Exeter, Exiter, 12, 32, 61 n 
66, 68, 85, 85 n, 92, 125 
135 n, 136 n, 142, 156 n 
159 n, 207 M, 217, 230, 249 
249 w, 256 n, 269 n, 270 n. 
288, 292. 

Exeter College, Oxford, 203. 

Falmouth, 67 n, 235 «, 236 n, 

237 », 285. 
Falopit, 73, 158, 171, 171 ». See 

also Vallopit. 
Farringdon, 279 n. 
Farway, 151 n. 
Favant, "Wiltshire, 215. 
Fellick, see Phillack. 
Fen Carpenters, 255 n. 
Fenne, 255 n. 
Fennesland, 255 n. 
Fenton, 69. 
Fentongeock, Fentongok, Fen- 

tongoeth, etc., in Cuby, 181 n, 

235 n, 236 n, 272 n. 
Fentongollan, Fentongollen, 

Cornwall, 34, 72, 298, 299. 
Fentongorge, 235 n. 
Fenton Vacy, 250, 251. 
Feock, Feok, etc., 181 n, 191 n, 

295. 
Fille.v, see Philleigh. 
Fitz Ford, Devon, 15. 
Fleete, Devon, 50, 92, 92 n, 93, 

93 71, 194. 
Fodringay, 147. 
Forde, 125 w. 
Forde in Hartland, 207 n. 
Forest of Knavesbury, 97. 
Fosnewyth, Fosnewith, 100 «, 

216 k. 
Fowelscombe, 194. 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Fowev, Foye, etc., Cornwall, 21, 
45,' 54 li, 57, 93, 94 n, 95 n, 
115, 116, 133, 140, 145 «, 146, 
148. 148 M, 109, 180 w, 183, 
183 n, 196, 201 «, 205, 205 n, 
219 n, 220 n, 221, 224, 231 n, 
239, 245, 247, 277, 278 n. 

Foxcomb, 250 n. 

Foxehall, 184 n. 

FoxlioUe, 255 n. 

Foy Moor, 107 n. 

Fiilham, 161 n. 

Fulford, Devon, 37. 

Fiirland, 29. 

Fursdon, 259 w. 

Furson, 255 n. 

Gamon House by Padstow, 74. 
Gatherley, Devon, 46, 290. 
Gasgell Tborp in Craven, 292. 
Gaverigan, Gavrigan, etc., Corn- 
wall, 65, 83, 185, 223, 224. 
Geare in Gwennap, 218 ». 
George Come, Gloucester shire, 

75. 
Gerrans, Garrens, St. Garons, 

etc., Cornwall, 56, 57, 197 n, 

295 
Gidley, Goodleigh, 47 n, 63 n. 
Glewyas alias Kenwyn, 240 «. 
Glin, 12. 
Gluvias, Gluish, Glwvies, etc., 

Cornwall, 7, 185 », 192, 203 «, 

252. 
Gkivyan Margb, 255 n. 
Glynn, Glin, etc., in Cardinbam, 

Cornwall, 79, 79 «, 80, 80 », 

95, 111 >i, 298. 
Godolpbin, Godolpbj'n, 5, 81, 

82, 83, 109, 214 n. 
Golden, 64. 
Gollant, 4. 

Golocotte, Godacote, 79, 80. 
Goodoriiok, 262 «. 
Gorran, St. Gorna, etc., Corn- 
wall, 55, 180 II, 181 «, 241, 

274 II. 
Gorwena, Cornwall, 156 ii. 
Goviley, 234, 235 n, 236 «, 277, 

277 «. 
Govileybyban, 272 n. 
Govileymur, 272 >i. 
Govyley Vean, 181 n, 235 n. 
Grampound, 181 n, 215. 
Grantham, 261 ». 
Grayston, 80. 
Great Woodstock Street, in St. 

Michael's, London, 106 n. 
Grenway, Devon, 6. 
Grey's Inn, Middlesex, 106 n. 
Grindretb, 68. 
Grogoth. 210 h. 
Grove, Buckinghamshire, 32. 
Grymsbye, 97. 
Guernsey, Isle of, 156 n. 
Gulval, Gowlvale, Gulver, 22, 

82, 115, 158 «, 264 n, 270 n. 
Gurlyn Lountha alias St. 

Earthe Church Town, 155 n. 



Gurlyn, Garlyn, Gurland, Corn- 
wall, 138 n, 154, 155 ii, 156 «, 
237 II, 258. 

Gurlyn Rebah, 155 n. 

Gunwalloe, 184 ». 

Gweek TTood, 167 n. 

Gweiidron, see TTendron. 

Gwennap, Gwiuhop, Gwenip, 
etc., Cornwall, 8, 46 n, 68, 
126 «, 216, 247, 248 n, 270 ». 

Gwinear, Gwynnyer, Gwiniard, 
Wynier, etc., Cornwall, 23, 
23«, 62, 73, 158, 168«,173«, 
174, 175, 261 n, 270 «. 

Gwarnack, Guaruack, 42 n, 272, 
273, 276. 

Haccombe, 31. 

Hale in Linkinghorne, Corn- 
wall, 91. 
Hall, Devon, 41, 47, 196, 248 n. 
Hallisburie, Devon, 58, 269. 
Hallivick, in St. Stephen's in 

Branwell, 181 n. 
Halton, 187. 
Hamond Aley, 97. 
Hamjite, 44. 
Hampton Po^'le, Oxfordshire, 

180 It. 
Hanckford, Devon, 41. 
Handsaker, Staffordshire, 147. 
Hanger, Plengar in St. Tudy, 

Co'rnwall, 10, 46, 72 n, 133 n, 

267. 
Harberford, 231 n. 
Harelesdon, 55. 
Harford, 244 «. 
Harlow, Essex, 205. 
Harrabeare, Harraver, Corn- 
wall, 6. 
Harroboro, 110 n. 
Hartland, Devon, 35, 85, 92, 

131, 132, 207 n. 
Harvena alias Harmera in St. 

Enoder, 170 n. 
Harwood, 97. 
Hatch, 66, 144. 
Hatch Arundell, 66 n. 
Hatherlegh, Devon, 272 n. 
Hatherley, Heatherley, 292, 

293. 
Haucksworthe, 97. 
Haughton Tower, Lancashire, 

14. 
Havenant, 190 n. 
Hawcombe in Beer Ferris, 197n. 
Hawkridge, 293. 
Hawsewell Park, see Austle 

alias. 
Hawton, 269. 
Haj' in Veryan, 242 n. 
Haye, Hey in St. Ive, 25, 63, 

63 n. 
Hayne, Devon, 90, 215. 
Heampton, Heaniton, Heanton, 

Devon, 29 n, 92 n, 131, 147, 

241. 
Heamton Sackvile, 292. 
Hedswell, 182. 



Heldrop, "Wiltshire, 116. 

Hele, 221 w. 

Helland, Hellon,Hellond, Corn- 
wall, 35, 72, 100, 188, 249. 

Hellegan, HelHgan alias Heli- 
gan, etc., Cornwall, 27, 73, 
100, 119, 180 n, 249, 258 n. 

Helligan in St. Mabyn, 157 n. 

Hellond juxta Bodmin, Corn- 
wall, 249. 

Helman Tor, Lanliverj% 211 n. 

Holpeston, iS^orthamptonshire, 
147. 

Helsbery Park, 275 n. 

Helston, Cornwall, 11, 12, 14, 
17, 75, 75 n, 76, 76 n, 77, 79 n, 
82, 167, 167 n, 168, 168 n, 
173 n, 175 n, 188, 188 n, 189 n, 
212, 234 n, 239 n, 243 n, 
248 n, 262 n, 264 n. 

Hempshill, 97. 

Hender, Hendra, Hendre, 120«, 
199, 246 It. 

Hereford, 204 n, 213. 

Heringston, Dorsetshire, 263. 

Hernefred, 231 n. 

Herston, Devon, 160. 

Hertfordshire, 28. 

Hewgose Wood in Kea, 126 n. 

Heybullien, 201 n. 

Heydon in Jacobstowe, Corn- 
wall, 188. 

Hej'e juxta Calington, 216 n. 

Heywartha, 201 n. 

Higher Millcombe, 119 n. 

Higbbampton, Devon, 133. 

Hiphleigb, Cheshire, 1. 

Highnam, Hinam, Gloucester- 
sliire, 19, 21. 

Highweeke, Devon, 11. 

Hill Tope, 97. 

Hinderthyn, 13. 

Hockland, Devon, 262. 

Holberton, Devon, 45, 99 n, 
195 «. 

Holoombe, Devon, 2, 61. 

Holesworthv, Hollswortby, etc., 
Devon, 12, 69, 92 n, 93, 116, 
193, 286, 287. 

Holewood, Holewode, Cornwall, 
14, 184 n, 247 w, 255 ». 

HoUocombe, 150. 

Hornecote, 299 n. 

Horwell, 240 n, 268. 

Horwood, 119 ii, 243. 

Horwood House, Wiltshire, 165. 

Hoton Conquest, Bedfordshire, 
45. 

Houghton, 60, 135. 

Hugborne, Berkshire, 116. 

Huish, Devon, 162 n, 171. 

Hurledith, 68. 



Idderlegh, 107 ». 

Iddeslegh, 207 ». 

Ide, Devon, 302. 

Idford, 292. 

Ilbruers, Somersetshire, 23. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



337 



Illogan, Cornwall, 167, 230 n, 
235 11, 238 », 261 n. 

Ilmister, Illmester, Somerset- 
shire, 14, 186. 

Ilstor, 1 14. 

Indies, The, 85 n. 

Ingesdon, Devon, 292. 

Inglehorne, near Totnes, Devon, 
3, 265. 

Inner Temple, London, 279, 
286. 

Insworth, Insworke, Cornwall, 
209, 210, 210 », 211. 

Ireland, 30, 68, 71, 72, 177. 

Isle of Axham, Lincolnshire, 
289. 

Isle of Guernsey, 156 n. 

Isle of Wight, 176, 177- 

Islington, Middlesex, 186. 

Jacobstowe, Cornwall, 120 

Karlunyck, 189 n. 

Kea, Key, St. Kaye, Cornwall, 
7, 119 », 162 », 173 n, 191, 
245, 256, 256 «, 263 »i, 301. 

Kebye, see Cuby. 

Kelley, Devon, 46, 90, 200. 

Kellvgarth,. Killgarth, etc., 
Cornwall, 9, 85, 177. 

Kenipston or Eempston, Not- 
tinghamshire, 293. 

Kempthorne, Devon, 127, 129. 

Kenal in Stithians, 48 n. 

Kenegy, Keneg, 7, 215 ». 

Keneton, Devon, 196. 

Kent, 25, 32, 52, 106 », 112 n, 
239, .i72. 

Kenwyn, 107 «, 123, 173 n, 
256 «. 

Kei'uick, 70. 

Kerry, 30, 32. 

Kerrys in Paul, 42 «. 

Kestell, Kestle, Cornwall, 112, 
113, 114, 115, 180 n, 217, 
257. 

Ketchfrench, 48, 81, 109. 

Keverell in St. Martins, Corn- 
wall, 119, 119 n, 120, 120 n, 
139, 154, 305. 

Keverne, see St. Keverne. 

Kew, see St. Kew. 

Kildare, Ireland, 257. 

Kilkenny, 30. 

Kilkhampton, Cornwall, 41, 
84 », 86 «, 168, 199 ». 

Killiowe, 225, 226, 226 n. 

Killiver, 135 n. 

Kilquite in Mabin, 198, 213 n. 

King.sale, Ireland, 203. 

Kingsbridge, Devon, 66, 269 n, 
287. 

Kingston-upon-Hull, 57. 

Kirtheu, 42. 

Kirton, Devon, 116, 134. 

Knaton, Devon, 289. 

Knell, 107 n, 207 ». 

Krabrill, 107 n. 

Kyllyou Edwards, 226 n. 



Lachebrook, Devon, 272. 

Ladock, Laddock, Lazack, Corn- 
wall, 54 H, 103 )i, 212, 212 n, 
227, 213 II, 244 n, 298. 

Laniaelt, Lamayle, 18, 20. 

Lamartyn, Devon, 248. 

Lamerton, 132 n, 136 ». 

Lamerton juxta Tavistock, 249. 

Lammoran, Cornwall, 170 », 
227, 251, 252, 252 n, 264 n. 

Lampene, Cornwall, 119. 

Lancashire, 202. 

Lancrentyn, 228 n, 229 ii. 

Landew, Landu, Cornwall, 18, 
119, 222, 224, 271 ". 

Landithe in Maderne, Cornwall, 
72. 

Landrake, Lanrack, etc., Corn- 
wall, 15, 24 H, 46, 51, 108, 
209, 269. 

Landulph, Landilp, Landilt, 
Cornwall, 58, 294. 

Laneast, Lauist, 272 n, 295. 

Langdon in Jacobstowe, Corn- 
wall, 120 «, 188, 305. 

Langetree, Devon, 227. 

Langford, Devon, 121, 122. 

Langford Hill, Cornwall, 121, 
121 n. 

Langles, Devon, 76. 

Lanherne, Cornwall, 2, 2 n, 34, 
84, 213 n, 242, 273 », 274 n, 
275 n, 287. 

Lanhidrock, Lanhj'drock, 80 n, 
231, 231 », 295. 

Lanion, Lan3'an, Cornwall, 123, 
124. 

Lanivet, Lanheved, etc., Corn- 
wall, 12, 18, 51, 52, 54 », 133, 
160, 162, 207, 231 n. 

Lankarffe in Bodmin, Cornwall, 
188, 249. 

Lanke, Cornwall, 120 n, 188. 

Lanlivery, Lanlevery, Cornwall, 
80 H, 96 n, 110 », 172 », 204, 
295. 

Lannergh, 185 «. 

Lanowemere, 159 «. 

Lanreath, Landreyth, Lanre- 
thoe, etc., Cornwall, 58, 60, 
88, 126, 199. 

Lanrest, Landrest, Cornwall, 
90 n, 101, 114, 246, 251. 

Lansallos, Cornwall, 111 n, 
117, 118, 118 71, 158, 240, 
240 It. 

Lanteglos by Camelford, 238 ». 

Lanteglos by Fowey, 47 n, 86 n, 
230 n. 

Lanteglos, Cornwall, 9, 86 n, 
178 n, 267 K. 

Lappeford, 272 n. 

Lastilion, 231. 

Latchford, Oxfordshire, 204. 

Launcells, Lancells, Cornwall, 
40, 107 n, 111, 128 n, 178, 
178 n, 179 n, 295, 305. 

Launceston, Lanston, Cornwall, 
5 n, 27 n, 37, 43, 70, 70 n, 78, 



Launceston — continued. 

88, 101, 108, 108 n, 135 n, 
148, 177, 178 II, 179 n, 181, 
215, 262, 278 7i. 

Lavai'en, 196. 

Lawhitton, Lawhidon, Corn- 
wall, 10, 197 ». 

Lee, 85. 

Leicester, 16, 73. 

Leigh, 177, 194. 

Leigh, Cornwall, 126. 

Leigh, Devon, 287. 

Lelant, Lenant in Penwith, 
Cornwall, 65, 78 ii, 216. 

Lescarwell, 101. 

Lescawen, 209. 

Lesnewth, 74 n, 106 n, 108. 

Leviston, 96. 

Lewannik, Lewannack, etc., 
105 n, 132 », 295. 

Lewell, 289. 

Lewhire in Foy, 45. 

Lew Trenchard, 250 n. 

Ley, 11, 275 n. 

Leyante, 10. 

Ley Wood, 288. 

Lezant, Le Sante, Cornwall, 45, 
119 n, 133, 225 », 266. 

Lidington, Eutland, 65. 

Lifton, 131 n. 

Ligorne, Italy, 106 n. 

Lillesdon, Somersetshire, 24, 25, 

Lincoln, 161. 

Lincoln's Inn, 70, 85, 88, 186. 

Lincolnshire, 261 ii. 

Linking' borne, Cornwall, 91, 
119 », 160, 207 », 225 n, 262, 
294. 

Liskeard, Leskerde, Liscard, 
etc., Cornwall, 6, 11 n, 15, 40, 
46, 46 », 47, 47 n, 56, 56 n, 
71, 80 n, 89, 102, 122, 127 n, 
133, 136, 137 n, 141 n, 146 », 
169 », 202 n, 215 n, 228 », 
249, 250 H, 255 ii, 295. 

Little Colan, 93 n, 253 n, 268 n. 

Little Collom, Cornwall, 131. 

Littlecote, 215 n. 

Little Dartmouth, Devon, 152. 

Little Peran, 191. 

Little Petherick, 138. 

Little Torington, 83 n. 

Lizard, Leysard, 126, 126 «, 225. 

Lockage, Berkshire, 116. 

Lockstowe, 240. 

Logan, Cornwall, 217. 

London, 11, 17, 25, 48 », 45, 
46, 50, 50 n, 53 n, 60, 64, 74, 
76, 95, 97, 106 », 160, 160 n, 
164 n, 173, 190, 278, 279 n, 
288. 

Longclose, 235 n. 

Lostwithiel, Lestithell, Listi- 
diall, Lostwitbian, etc., Corn- 
wall, 17, 17 n, 34, 52, 109, 
111, 111 n, 112 n, 143 n, 
150 w, 152, 158 n, 159, 197 n, 
231, 231 11, 241, 259. 

Low Countries, The, 120, 210. 
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INDEX or PLACES. 



Lowe, Loowe, Cornwall, 47, 140. 
Lucestow, Devon, 287. 
Ludgvan, 159 », 270 «. 
Luncv, Lewney, Luna, 111 n, 

128, 128 H, 146 «. 
Lupton, 195. 

Luscoiube. Somersetshire, 272». 
Luxulyau, Luxillian, Cornwall, 

72 71, 95, 96, 96 )i, 225 n, 

227, 231 >i, 255 n. 
Lyme, 39. 
Lvnam, Linham, Devon, 26, 

'57, 57 «, 117. 



Mabe, Cornwall, 115. 

Madagascar, 115. 

Madron, Madderne, Cornwall, 

etc., 54, 72, 176 », 212 n, 

274, n. 
Maker, 210 n, 211 «. 
Malpa.s, 289. 
Malston, Devon, 6. 
Malta, 32. 
Manaccan, Monnaccon, etc., 

Cornwall, 42, 148 n, 168, 169, 

226, 247, 305. 
Mannington, Mannaton, Corn- 
wall, 44, 134, 135, 262. 
Manoid alias Manor Mylls, 

148 ». 
Marazion, Market Jew alias 

Marasion, Marrasovv, 51, 62, 

62 n. 
Marliam Church, 128 n. 
Mariston, 295. 
Jlaristowe, Devon, 269. 
Marland, Devon, 90. 
Marraj's, Devon, 291. 
Marsh, Devon, 194. 
Marshwood, Somersetshu-e, 

160 n. 
Marston, Marston Tute, 30, 32. 
Martin in Meneage, see St. M. 
Marwynchurch, 272 n. 
Maryweek, Cornwall, 37. 
ilatherose, Medrose, 111, 223. 
Maugau in Pyder, 159 n. 
Mavvgan, Cornwall, 73, 74, 258». 
Mawgan in Meneage, Mogian, 

41, 41 n, 42, 73, 248 », 

261 «. 
Mawiian, Cornwall, 65 «, 66, 

87 n, 152 n, 192, 274 n. 
Medeshole (Michell), 212 n, 

261 M, 274 n, 275 n. 
Megara, 256. 
Melcombe, Devon, 274 n. 
Melcombe Regis, 107 n. 
Meleneck, Meneleck, Bclenock, 

Jlolinick, etc., 55, 198, 200. 
Mcllydar, 111. 
Mellyn, 155 n. 
Melynnevvyth, 258 n. 
Memland, Devon, 26. 
Menabillev, Menabilie, etc., 

183 H, 184 n, 220 «. 
^lenadarvy, 89. 
Menaguins, 149 h. 



Menheniot, Menhenet, Minhen- 
iiit, etc., Cornwall, 48, 60, 62, 

107, 229 n, 290. 
Menver, see St. ^linver. 
Menwynnick, Minweuick, etc., 

Cornwall, 71, 79, 141. 
Merkwell, 179. 
Merthen, Cornwall, 35 n, 67, 

76w, 185, 185 n, 206, 216. 
Merther, Cornwall, 6, 127, 129, 

130 n, 183 n. 
Merthyn, Mervyn, 299«,300n. 
Mervfeild in Stokeclymsland, 

Cornwall, 78, 108. 
Methe (Meath), Ireland, 32. 
Methlowe, 155 n. 
Mevagissev, Mevagesve, 29 n, 

89 )i, 108, 170, 209, 220 n, 

224 n, 270 n. 
Mevev, Devon, 3. 
Mevy, Cornwall, 183. 
Mewan, see St. Mewan. 
Mewdeu in Mannan, 210 
Michelstow, Cornwall, 136, 147, 

295. 
Midd-'londe, 112 ». 
Middle Temple, London, 13, 

101, 116, 140, 155 H, 240, 258. 
Middlesex, 203. 
Milbrook, Milbroke, 119 n, 209, 

210 )i. 
Miler, 170, 171 n, 224 n, 226, 

226 n, 235 «, 236 », 274 n. 
Milton, Devon, 139. 
Milton in Laulivery, Cornwall, 

138, 139. 
Minster, 154 n, 295. 
Misterton, Somersetshire, 206. 
Mochamchurch, 291. 
Modburv, Devon, 11, 136 n, 

231 n. 
Mohuns Ottery, 31, 143. 
Molana Abbey, near Youghal, 

30. 
Molland, Devon, 137, 279. 
Monkhampton, 207 n. 
Mi.iik Oki'hampton, 106n, 107n. 
IMonster (Munster), Ireland, 72. 
Morchard, Devon, 56, 274 n. 
Moresk, 238 n. 
Morestow, 226. 
Moristow, 12 L 
ilortlake, Surrey, 161 n. 
Morvall, Morevale, jMorle, etc., 

47, 49, 81, 83, 109, 109 n, 

111 n, 126, 140 «, 257, 258, 

258 n, 261 », 270 n. 
Morwinstow, Cornwall, 11, 106», 

108, 127 n, 128 «, 213, 243 n. 
Mount Edgcombe al's West 

Stonehouse, Mont Edgcomb, 
Devon, 63, 64, 64 n, 65 n, 135. 

Mousehole, 124 n, 247 n, 258 n. 

Mowleton, Devon, 292. 

Mulesford, Moulesford, Berk- 
shire, 29 n, 30, 30 «, 31. 

Mullion, 130 n, 152 n, 171, 
218 n, 235 n. 

Murthe, Cornwall, 147. 



Musbery, Devon, 85 «. 
Mylton Abbott, Devon, 143. 
Nampean in .St. Euoder, 279 ». 
Nance, Nans in Illogan, Corn- 
wall, 2, 2 n, 233, 238 n. 
Nansarth, Cornwall, 181. 
Nansavallen, 18. 
Nanspellye in St. Geraiis, 189». 
Nanswhiddon, Nanswedon, 

Cornwall, 101, 102, 102 n, 

246. 
Nantwich, Cheshire, 205. 
Naphissick, 181 >i. 
Netherlands, 76, 114. 
Nether Polscoth, 158 n. 
Nethertou, Devon, 64, 151. 
Netleham, 128. 
Nettlecomb, Somersetshire, 242, 

243 71, 249. 
Newbury, Berkshire, 261 «. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 94. 
Neweton, 252 «, 255 ii, 258 n. 
Newham in Axmister, 143. 
Newlvn, Cornwall, 23, 173, 

218 n, 295. 
Newminster, 94. 
Newport, Cornwall, 5 n. 
Newton Abbott, Devon, 195. 
Newton, Cornwall, 47, 100, 222, 

242. 
Newton, Durham, 125. 
Newton Ferrers, Ferris, etc., 

Devon, 2, 2 n, 131, 217. 
Newtown, Ireland, 268 n. 
Ninnis (? Innis or Ennis), 

21 n. 
Norfolk, 89, 203 n. 
Northam, 69, 72. 
Northamptonshire, 65, 91, 93. 
Northdowne, 69. 
North Huish, 106 ». 
Northill, Cornwall, 14, 60, 107, 

119, 185, 206, 207 », 294. 
Northlew, Devon, 99, U3. 
Northmolton, Devon, 137, 249. 
North Paderda, 100 n. 
North Petherwin, 115 n. 
North Petherwyu, Cornwall, 40. 
North[ietherwyn, Devon, 92, 

115 n, 293. 
Northrussell, Devon, 268. 
North Tamerton, Devon, 273 n. 
Northtawton, Devon, 218. 
Northumberland, 94. 
Northyeldelond, 229. 
Nuham in Kenwyn, 241 n. 
Nuthurst, Lancashire, 161. 
Nymet, Bishop, 243 n. 

Odrone or Idrone, Ireland, 30, 

30 «, 32, 32 n. 
OflFweli, 279 n. 
Ogbeare, Cornwall, 130, 131. 
Oglethorp, Berkshire, 116. 
Okehampton, Devon, 37, 81, 

106 n. 
Okenburye, Devon, 287. 
Orchard overa Saltash, 255 n. 



Index of places. 



339 



Osmondton, Dorsetshire, 75. 

Otterhaci, 295. 

Ottery, 30. 

Ottery Moliun, 32. 

Over Bicban, 124 n. 

Over Penquite alias Carpenters, 

255 n. 
Overa Penquyte, 255 n. 
Oxford, 60, 139. 
Oxford Park, 180 n. 
Owby, Norfolk, 225 n. 



Paderda, Padardave, Padreda, 
etc., Cornwall, 119, 222. 

Padstow, 31, 32, 74, 90 n, 104 n, 
107 », 130, 164 n, 190, 215, 
262. 

Painsford, Peynsford, Devon, 2, 
221. 

Pancrasewicke, 300 n. 

Pauston, Devon, 131. 

Pardnon, 176. 

Park, 9. 

Parkgate, 190. 

Park in Bodmin and Egloslieile, 
160 n. 

Parva Modberie, 193. 

Paul, Pawle, etc., Cornwall, 3, 
3 n, 17 «, 18, 27, 42, 42 «, 48, 
72, 82 », 159 «, 234 «, 247 n. 

Pawntley, Gloucestershire, 212. 

Peccam, Surrey, 185. 

Peleite, Cornwall, 252. 

Peliue, Pelyn, etc., 80, 109, 
109 n, 111, 142, 231. 

Pelint, 12, 203 n, 241 n. 

Pellawyue, Pollawyne, 234 «, 
252 n, 259 n, 261 n. 

Pembroke, 30, 31. 

Penbogbe, 180 n. 

Penborgard, Cornwall, 160. 

Peucarrow, Cornwall, 147. 

Fencorse, 107 n. 

Pencradock, 255 n. 

Pendarves in Camborne, Corn- 
wall, 164. 

Pendennis Castle, 197 n, 236 n, 
242 n. 

Pendevy, Cornwall, 114. 

Penelwyn, 229. 

Penere, Peneare, Pennare, Corn- 
wall, 8, 124, 125. 

Penfound in Poundstock, Les- 
nuth, Cornwall, 105, 164, 
165, 293. 

Pengelley, 9, 100 n, 298. 

Pengersick, Pengarsick, etc., 
Cornwall, 68, 81, 168, 222, 
239, 257, 258 n, 259. 

Penbalow in Filley, 166. 

Penhargard, 160 n. 

Penheale, Penhale, 40, 85, 87, 
195 n. 

Penhellick, 167, 224 n. 

Penhellick in JPelynt, 184 n. 

Penhergie, 4. 

Penishill, Pewishill in Abbot- 
sham, Devon, 70. 



Penkevell, Penkivel, Cornwall, 

52, 53, 92, 227, 231. 
Pennaguinnell, 113. 
Penpole, Cornwall, 106 n, 148, 

256. 
Peupol Melyn, 148 n. 
Penpons, 155 n. 
Penpons Alverton in Madron, 

104 n, 159 n. 
Penponte in St. Kew, 262», 298. 
Penquite, Cornwall, 4, 4 n, 47, 

1 12 n, 194, 259 n. 
Penrise, 29 n, 196, 197 n, 220 n. 
Penrose, etc., Cornwall, 38, 

152 n, 195, 224. 
Penrose in St. Breward, 188 n. 
Penrose Metheley, Cornwall, 

169, 170 n, 223. 
Penryn, Perin, Peryn alias 

Penryn, Cornwall, 57, 71, 

71 n, 78, 90, 91, 107 », 152 n, 

155 11, 162, 170, 182, 185, 

192 n, 217 n, 245. 
Pensinans, Pensiuguns, Corn- 
wall, 16, 68. 
Pentewan, 201 n. 
Pentier, Pentiene, Pentune, 

Cornwall, 189, 190. 
Penventynes or Penventennow 

in Kenwyn, 256 n. 
Penverane, 219. 
Penvose, Cornwall, 156, 157 n. 
Penvose in St. Tudy, 82. 
Penwarren, Penwarne, Peuorne, 

in Mawnan, 69, 74 n, 102 n, 

103 n, 170, 171, 177 n. 
Penwithes, 18. 
Penyllike, 255 n. 
Penytenny, Penetenn}', 138. 
Penzance, Pensance, etc., 7, 51, 

124, 127 n, 237 n, 241. 
Peranorworthall, 291. 
Peransand, 261. 
Peterwtlik in Pider, 152 n. 
Petroke Stowe, Devon, 61. 
Peytevvnespai'k, 255 n. 
Phillack, Fillick, etc., Cornwall, 

39, 39 n. 158, 236, 258, 270. 
Philleigh, Fille3s Cornwall, 35, 

74?Cl67 n, 242 n, 251. 
Pickwell, Devon, 215. 
Pill, Pembroke, 31. 
Pilton, 83 n, 292. 
Pinnock, see St. Pinnock. 
Place, Fowey, 220 n. 
Pleui^'n, 5. 
Plimpton, 11. 
Plymouth, Devon, 38, 39, 43, 

43 w, 66, 83 n, 97, 146 n, 

160 H, 179 », 200, 201, 204 », 

205, 209, 214, 215, 219, 229 n, 

230, 231 n, 242, 262 «, 266, 

289, 303. 
Plymptou St. Mary, Devon, 

66 », 177, 201 «. 
Plympton St. Maurice, Devon, 

205. 
Polewheele, Cornwall, 62, 124, 

172, 173, 



Polkinhorne, Polkinghorne, 

Cornwall, 79 n, 141 n, 173, 

174, 175, 175 n. 
Polmagau, Cornwall, 34. 
Polmeder, 201 n. 
Polrode, 35 n, 298, 299 n. 
Polruddan Port, 173, 174, 175, 

175 ra, 201 n. 
Polscoth, 150 «, 272 n. 
Polveyn juxta Fowey, 221 n. 
Pordhenis, 258 n. 
Porghol, 112 n. 
Port Eliott, Cornwall, 66, 67. 
Portheast in St. Goran, 181 n. 
Porthenes, 18. 
Porthledge, Portlage, Porthlich, 

Devon, 5, 5 n, 114, 127. 
Forth Merthen, 255 n. 
Porthpigan, 255 n. 
Porthvean, 152 n. 
Porthvyan in Lower St. Columb, 

169 n, 255 n. 
Porthj'alananta, 239 n. 
Portsmouth, 261 n. 
Posuinch, Devon, 291. 
Poughill, 106 n. 
Poules Church Yard, London, 

10. 
Poundstock, Cornwall, 165 », 

218, 218 n, 295. 
Powderham, Devon, 31, 32, 52, 

268. 
Powdridge, 287. 
Pradannack Wartha, 277 «, 

278 n. 
Preston, Devon, 150. 
Prideaux Hearle, Cornwall, 94)», 

95, 121 n, 180 n, 239 n. 
Prideaux Place, Padstow, 32. 
Pritwell, 61. 
Probus, Cornwall, 53 n, 78 n, 

89 n, 173 n, 227, 227 n, 239, 

263 n, 264 n. 
Pulsack, 155 w, 261 n. 
Puslich, 268. 
Putford, Devon, 41. 
Pyeworthy, Puerthy, 58, 107 ». 
Pyran in Powder, 104 n. 



Quethiock, Cornwall, 49, 102 n, 

133, 184 n, 229, 261 n. 
Quotoule, 75. 



Radford, Devon, 90 n, 197 n. 

Eashleigh, 183. 

Rayle.s, 181 ». 

Eedrife juxta London, 193. 

Redruth, 162. 

Rescradock, 60 n. 

Reserens, 261 n. 

Reskere, 59, 299 n. 

Resprin, Cornwall, 41. 

Resteck, 277 n. 

Restormell, Cornwall, 160, 196. 

Restrewg, 240 n. 

Retyo, 255 n. 

Rialton, 151, 152, 152 n, 153 », 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Kibblesdale, Lancashire, 202. 

Richard's Castle, 31. 

Ruche, Cornwall, 56 », 80 «. 

Roche, Pembrokeshire, 31. 

Rockwood, 97. 

Rodeland, 4. 

Rooke, 220 w. 

Rosaleu, 261 >i. 

Ro.scurrock, Cornwall, 117, 138, 
1-il, 146 «, 189, 190, 231, 240, 
278, 279 n. 

Roscrowe, Cornwall, 163, 163 n, 
192. 

Roscrude, 65. 

Roseland, 226. 

Roselion, in St. Blazey, Corn- 
wall, 118 », 255 w. 

Rosemeryn, 117. 

Roseverth, Cornwall, 123 n. 

Rosgerence, etc., 149 «, 255 n. 

Rosplede, 261 n. 

Ros>ara, 287. 

Rouehill, 255 n. 

Ruan, 166. 

Ruan Lanihorne, 242 n. 

Rye, 90, 

Saffron Waldon, Essex, 28. 
St. Agnes. St. Ann's, 57, 212 n. 
St. Allen, 163 7i, 187 n, 197 n, 

264 », 295. 
St. Andrew's, Tywardreath, 

219 w. 
St. Anthony, Cornwall, 48 n, 

148 n, 182, 192. 

St. Anthony in Meneage, 252 n. 

St. Austell, Cornwall, 50n, 107n, 

149, 149 H, 189 n, 196 n, 197 n, 

200 w, 201 ti, 231 H, 232 «, 
253 n, 255 «, 305. 

St. Barre, Fowey, 219 «. 

St. Bla.sey, Cornwall, 117, 189 ", 

201 », 226, 231 H, 295. 
St. Breague, 82, 186. 

St. Breock, 56 », 74, 107 n. 
St. Breward, 10, 10 n, 268 n. 
St. Budeaux, Devon, 54 «, 106 », 

120 M, 230 ". 
St. JJurian, see Burian. 
St. Catherine's, D.-von, 178 n. 
St. Cleather, Cleder, etc., 92, 

2 13 H. 
St. Clements Ju.xta Truro, St. 

Clements, 65, 99 n, 139 n. 
St. Cleere, Cornwall, 10, 38 », 

122 n, 160, 177 w, 253 «, 266, 

295. 
St. Colan, 52 n. 
St. Columb, Cornwall, 9, 25, 36, 

36 H, 37, 38, 50 », 102, 116, 

125 », 136, 139, 142, 149, 

149 n, 177, 217, 226, 252, 

253 «, 254 », 279 «, 305, 307. 
St. Columb Major, St. Collunibc 

the higher, etc., Cornwall, 15, 
36, 30 n, 72 », 103 n, 149 n, 
153, 197 n, 204 », 252, 253 n, 

254 n, 255 «, 256 n, 273 it, 
279", 295. 



St. Columb Minor, Lower St. 

Colomb, etc., 16, 152 », 153 «, 

212 n, 215 n, 251 w, 259 n. 

295. 
St. David's, 30. 
St. Dominick, Cornwall, 137, 

137 n, 195 n, 199, 305. 
St. Donnett's, \Vales, 35. 
St. Dunstan's in the West, 

London, 33. 
St. Earth, Cornwall, 41, 154, 

162 ?i, 168 w, 215,227,239. 
St. Endellion, see Endellion. 
St. Enoder, 103 n, 107 n, 242 n, 

265, 279 n, 295. 
St. Erme, Cornwall, 22, 53 n, 

72, 123, 173 n, 193. 
St. Erney, Erne, 295. 
St. Ervan, Erviu, etc., Cornwall, 

76, 116, 153, 210 71, 251. 
St. Eval, Cornwall, 210 w, 274 n. 
St. Ewe, St. Tua, etc., Cornwall, 

141, 180 n, 181 71, 226, 231 n, 

235 n, 265 ». 
St. Fembaron in Fowey, 180 n, 

219 ». 
St. Gees, 76 «. 
St. Gennys, Cornwall, 88, 165 ti, 

218 n. 
St. Germans, Germins, etc., 

Cornwall, 36, 38, 56, 60, 66, 

149 71, 151 71, 204 71, 219, 229, 

246 71, 294, 305. 
St. Giles in the Fields, Middle- 
sex, 238 71. 
St. Gilt, Cornwall, 153. 
St. Gorran, 181 n, 266, 273 n, 

214: n. 
St. Gregory's, Ci-editon, 270 n. 
St. Hillary near the Mount, 

83 «, 176 71, 212 71. 
St. Issey, Tissey, etc., Cornwall, 

12, 76 71, 90 71, 96, 149 ?^, 

231 », 254 71, 295. 
St. Ive, near Liskeard, 46, 46 7i, 

49. 
St. Ives, Cornwall, 23, 38, 39, 

96 », 159 n, 174, 235 », 270 n. 
St. James, Poole, 105 «. 
St. James, Tregours (? Trego- 

ney), 148 », 258 re. 
St. John, Exeter, 268 n. 
St. John's, 79, 291. 
St. John's Park, 234 n. 
St. Juliot, 107 M, 268 ». 
St. Just, Cornwall, 17, 27, 164, 

242 71. 
St. Just in Roseland, 255 n. 
St. Kaine, 295. 
St. Katherin's, Cornwall, 62. 
St. Keverne, C!ornwall, 14, 48, 

48 n, 99, MS », 153, 168, 

182,185 n, 226, 210 n, 261 >i. 
St. Kew, Cue, etc., Cornwall, 3, 

9, 35, 35 n, 59, 59 », 82 n, 

101, 117, 121, 134, 138, 165 «, 

173, 203, 215, 252, 253 n, 262, 

265. 
St. Lawrence, Exeter, 268 n. 



St. Levan, Cornwall, 23. 

St. Leonard's by Exeter, 52. 

St. Logan, 234 ». 

St. Mabyn, Cornwall, 81 n, 

100 n, 137 71, 172 «, 179. 
St. Martin, 54, 192. 
St. Martin's, Cornwall, 120 », 

258 71. 
St. Martin in the Fields, 254 n. 
St. Mary Ov'y, Devon, 71. 
St. Jlary Tavev, 47 7i. 
St. Maudvt, 300 m. 
St. Maws!^ 226. 
St. Mellion, 244 n. 
St. Meriodoc, Camborne, 234 ». 
St. Merryn, 36 «, 254 n, 255 n. 
St. Mewan, 65 n, 149 «, 181 n, 

235 n. 
St. Michael, Caerhais, 240 n. 
St. Michael Penkivel, 54 «, 197. 
St. Michael's, 106 ». 
St. Michael's Mount, 90 n, 

274 n. 
St. Minver, 8, 12, 110 », 182 ». 
St. Neott's, Nvott, etc., 68 n, 

79 n, 88, 105 n, 152 », 217, 

264 ?J, 302. 
St. Paul, Covent Garden, 238 n. 
St. Paul. See Paul. 
St. Reran in the Sands, 243 n. 
St. Peter, Padstow, 254 «. 
St. Peter's, Bodmin, 215 n. 
St. Peter's, Exeter, 125 ». 
St. Pinnock, Penioke, etc., 

Cornwall, 58, 136 «, 266 », 

295. 
St. Sampson's, Cornwall, 4, 45, 

295. 
St. Stephen's, 27, 58, 103 n, 

106 n. 
St. Stephen's in Brannell, 180 «. 

181 H, 182 », -IZI, 238 n. 
St. Stephen's juxta Saltash, 

Cornwall, 179, 242 ». 
St. Stephens, St. Steven's, Corn- 
wall, 27, 58, 68, 103 «, 181, 

238, 306. 
St. Stephen's, Stevens juxta 

Lanston, Cornwall, 87, 262. 
St. Teath, St. Eatli, etc., Corn- 
wall, 59, 59 71, 117 », 168, 

190 71. 
St. Thomas, 107 «. 
St. Thomas, Glasnev, 234 m. 
St. Tudy, Tidv, etc., Cornwall, 

5, 72 «, 133,' 133 n, 199, 231 n, 

253 71. 
St. Veepe, 231 n. 
St. "Wenn, St. Twin, etc., Corn- 
wall, 74 », 152 n, 153, 154, 

158 H, 237, 252, 295. 
St. Winnow, St. IV'ynowe, etc., 

Cornwall, 19, 132», 133, 231m, 

255 H, 270 H, 295. 
Salt Ashe, Cornwall, 14, 15, 

25 n, 60 71, 104 n, 119, 136 n, 

183, 186, 255 «, 265, 266 m, 

294. 
Samford, Devon, 192. 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



341 



Sampford Arundel, 269 n. 
Sancreed, Sancret, etc., Corn- 
wall, 123, 124 n, 126, 159 n, 

247. 
Sandford, Devon, 32, 106 n, 

125 n. 
Santon, 27. 

Savoye, London, 157 »». 
Saxbye, 289. 
Scobell, Devon, 156 «. 
Sooner, Cornwall, 269. 
Selworth, Somersetshire, 272 n. 
Sendelowe, 258 «. 
Sendy, 156 n, 191 n. 
Senobell, 8. 
Shavington, 266. 
Shebeare, Devon, 200. 
Sheepwash, 131 n. 
Shelton, Cornwall, 189. 
Sherford, 165 n. 
Shernepark, 255 n. 
Sheviock, Cornwall, etc., 56, 60, 

60 n, 196, 273», 294. 
Shillingham, 24, 25, 42, 63. 
Shilston, 14, 99. 
Shippesford, 66. 
Shippester, Devon, 66. 
Shropshire, 97, 104. 
Shute, 31. 

Sidbury, Devon, 231 n. 
Sidenham, 24. 
Sidniouth, 279 n. 
Silley, Seelye, 81 n, 82. 
Sithne3', Seeny, etc., Cornwall, 

48 n, 51, 168, 170 n, 188, 

234 n, 273 n. 
Skyberio, 73 n, 258 n. 
Skevvys, 252 », 261 n. 
Skynter, 56 n. 
Slade, 85. 
Slapton, 120. 
Slasney (? Glasney), 76. 
Smithick alias Pennycomquick, 

Falmouth, 235 n, 236 n. 
Soldon, 288. 
Somersetshire, 28, 37, 90, 132, 

137, 142, 188, 213 », 227, 

259 n, 261 n, 269, 272. 
Soren, 235. 

Southampton, 28, 261 n. 
Southhill, Cornwall, 88. 
Southkymbar, 290. 
South Petherwin, Cornwall, 64, 

133, 135, 213, 295. 
South Tavistock, Devon, 249. 
Souihweek, 150. 
Sowton, Devon, 149. 
Spain, 294. 

Simrnon, Cornwall, 205. 
Spryleston, 257. 
Spurwaye, 11. 
Stafford, 3, 22. 
Stanberye, Stanburye in More- 

winstow, Cornwall, 213, 214. 
Stapbley, 266. 
Staunton, 255 «. 
Stellonorgan, Dublin, 32. 
Stevenston, Devon, 291. 
Stithiaus, Stediens, etc., 79, 148. 



Stoford, Devon, 49, 70. 
Stoke, 108, 209. 
Stoke Brewer, 273 ». 
Stokeclj'nisland, Cornwall, 88, 

95, 108, 125, 200, 206. 
Stoke, Cornwall, 27. 

Stoke Damerel juxta Plj'mouth, 

Devon, 146 n, 242 «, 
Stoke Flemyngp, 199 «. 
Stoke, Sussex, 28. 
Stokenham, 231 n. 
Stoliford, 194. 
Stonarton (Staverton), Devon, 

96, 194. 
Stone, Devon, 148. 

Stowe, Cornwall, 7 w, 18, 146 n, 

292. 
Stratton, Statton, 70, 271. 
Streete, 181 n. 

Strete alias Trevervyn, 199 n. 
Strevigo. See Trevigo. 
Surrey, 204 n. 
Sussex, 10, 28. 
Swandrop, Hampshire, 141. 



Talland, Tilland, etc., Cornwall, 
148, 199, 200, 209, 210, 243 n. 

Tamerton, 35 », 69, 70, 79, 131, 
213, 298, 299 ». 

Tamerton Foliot, 225 n. 

Taunton, Toanton, Somerset, 
73, 84, 229, 279 «. 

Tavistock, Tavestock, etc., 
Devon, 25, 35, 47, 57, 60, 66, 
77, 78, 78 H, 81, 85, 86 », 88, 
96, 119 », 137, 139, 140, 144 », 
173, 173 n, 197 », 211 n, 229, 
243, 250 H, 289. 

Tehidy, Teliiddye, Cornwall, 5, 
52, 53 », 233, 276 n. 

Telham, 289. 

Temple, 118. 

Tencreke, 210. 

Tendeyll, 155 n. 

Terris in St. Stephen's in Bran- 
nell, 181 n. 

Thanks, Cornwall, 202. 

Thaukes, Cornwall, 202. 

Thewborow, Thewburie, Devon, 
41, 210. 

Thorlbeare, 272 n. 

Thornborowe, Devon, 120. 

Thornbury, Devon, 157. 

Thorne, Devon, 44, 44 n, 141. 

Thory, Thori in Hartland, 70, 
214. 

Tingrase, Devon, 10. 

Timuouth, 94. 

Tinnj'o, 69. 

Tintagell, Tintodgwell, Corn- 
wall, 35 n, 58, 58 », 139, 172 n, 
295, 299 n. 

Tintenhall, Somersetshire, 136 ». 

Tiptquet, Devon, 227. 

Tisick. See St. Issey. 

Titcott, Tetcot, Devon, 109, 140. 

Tiverton, 185, 243 n. 

Toba alias Gyllyn Wolla, 148 n. 



Tolcarne, Talcarn, etc., 159 n 

Tolgarrock, 240 n. 

Tolverne, Talverne, etc., 20, 29, 

36, 51, 81, 224, 235 w, 240, 

274 H. 
Tomyowe, 252 », 255 n. 
Tonacombe, Tohacombe, etc., 

Cornwall, 127, 128, 129, 

251. 
Torr, Cornwall, 44, 179. 
Torry, 143. 
Totnes, Devon, 6, 13, 14 », 78, 

140 », 167, 168, 183, 231 n, 

268. 
Tottin Mill, Lancashire, 104 n. 
Totworthy, 69, 70. 
Towan Wartha in St. Merryn, 

252 w, 255 n. 
Towan Wollas in St. Merryn, 

252 », 255 ». 
Tower Hill, 221 n. 
Townstall ju.xta Dartmouth, 

171. 
Toye, 28. 

Traytor in Padstowe, 175 n. 
Trebarfoote, Cornwall, 218. 
Trebathe, Trebarthe, 87, 104. 
Trebeigh, Cornwall, 268. 
Trebigh in Eggloskerry, 188 n. 
Trebuskau, 234 n. 
Treberthes (? Treverthe.s), 189«, 

240 ». 
Trebisker, 21.0 n. 
Trebithe, 291. 
Tredareppe, 255 ?t. 
Tredawle, 107 n. 
Tredeage, 250. 
Tredannam, 271. 
Tredewi, 195 n. 

Tredidon in Egloskeri'y, Corn- 
wall, 69 n, 105, 106, 107, 

207. 
Tredinnick, Tredynnek, Tre- 

dynek, etc., 242 », 255 », 

259 re. 
Tredinnyal, 169 n. 
Tredrej'sowe, Tredreyses, 274 ». 
Tredryni, 255 n. 
Tredurff, Cornwall, 207. 
Trefry, 219, 220. 
Trefuses, etc., Cornwall, 7, 76, 

220, 224 II. 
Tregadek, 255 n. 
Tregagelwales, 158 n. 
Tregagelwortha, 158 n. 
Tregaminion juxta Discard, 

195 n. 
Treganaw, 147. 
Tregantallan,Tregandallion, etc. 

65 re, 112 n, 181 re, 235 n, 

272 re. 
Treaarne, Tregariu, Tregardon, 

etc., 5, 71, 180. 
Tregarrock, 180 re. 
Tregarthen, 201, 242 n. 
Tregasow, Trcgaso, Cornwall, 

49, 186. 
Tregearchapell, 158 re. 
Tregellas, 164 n. 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Tregellas ia Probus, 53 ». 
Tregeiider, 155 n. 
I'resenba, near St. Ives, 22. 
Tre-.'ustock, 274 n. 
Trejjerthick, 181 n. 
Tregethowe, 168 n. 
Tregewe, 235 n, 250 n. 
Tregiddin, 19. 
Tresiskie, 226. 
Tregolse, 152. 

Tregon John, Cornwall, 203. 
Treyonake in St. Germayns, 

20i. 
Tre^onev, Tresonie, etc., 16, 

17, 26, 72, 152 n, 158, 167, 
173 yi. 177, 177 », 180, 180 m, 
214-, 217, 234. », 236 », 261 n. 

Tregonuan, 306. 

Tres,'onoue, Tregenewe, 155 n, 

271 n, 279. 
Tregorrek. 189 », 255 n. 
Tregorthian, 108 n. 
Tregose, Tregos, 7, 7 », 274 n. 
Tre:,'othnan, Treguthnan, etc., 

18, 19, 236 ». 
Tregovethan, 122, 233. 
Tregownan, 28. 
Treguden, 18. 
TregiiUow, 265 re. 

Trt'haiio, Trehavne in Probus, 
Cornwall, 111", 199, 227, 227n. 

Trehauke, 47, 106. 

Trehaverock alia.i Treharrock, 
etc,, 37 n, 38, 59. 

Trehenford, 238 n. 

Trehunsey, Treliunsie iu Qiie- 
tliiock, 43, 43 n. 

Treire, 101. 

Trekuruel, 2B1 n. 

Trekynnen iu Trigg, 271 ». 

Troladerw, 223. 

Trelanniaur, 277 ". 

Trelawarren, Trclaworen, etc., 
in Mawgan, Cornwall, 14, 
14 n, 46, 47 n, 73, 90 n, 114, 
140, 148 H, 257, 258 n, 259 n, 
260 n, 261 n, 269 n, 270. 

Trola.ske, Treloske, etc., Corn- 
wall, 108 n, 132, 132 «, 172. 

Trt'lawu}', Treloiiey, Trelani, 
Trelaune, etc., Cornwall, 5, 
94, M6, 228, 229. 

Treleagno, 258. 

Trcledyk, 238 n. 

Trelege \'ean, 148 n. 

TrclcHwythen, 277 n. 

Treleveu, 47 >'. 

Trelewetli jiixta Tri'lo}', 277 ». 

Trolcy, Coruwall, 233, 274 n. 

Tieloddrow, 155 «. 

'I'rclonk, 277, 278 n. 

TrLlowilh the liower, 181 ». 

Trclcjwyth, 181 n, 235 ?i, 277, 
277 >i, 278 n, 296, 299 ». 

Trolugan, Cornwall, 211. 

'rrcniabc, Trcmado, Cornwall, 
122,122 n. 

Trcinargh, 255 n. 

Tremulon, 25 u, 56 n. 



Trema3iek, Treiualik overa Pea- 

quj'te, 255, 255 ». 
Tremaynoii, 262 ». 
Tretiib'ath, 41. 
Trembletb, Tremblvtli, Trera- 

leth, etc., 239, 274 n. 
Trembrase, 56 ». 
Trembrotheke, 234 n. 
Tremedow in Senar (Zennor), 

22. 
Tremeer, Treuieere, Tremere, 

Tremure, etc., Cornwall, 5, 

28, 52, 86 n, 133 n, 156 », 

275 n. 
Tremerake, Cornwall, 49. 
Tremodrut, Cornwall, 274 n. 
Trenaek, 151 n. 
Trenale, 158 n. 
Ti'enance, 252 n. 
Trenaucmoor, 18. 
Treuans, 272 n. 
Trenans Austell, 189 », 255 n. 
Trenart, 113. 
Trenastell, 242 n. 
Trena}', 248 n. 
Treneglas, 295. 
Trenerth, Cornwall, 233, 277 n, 

278 ». 
Trenevesack, 243 n. 
Trenewyth, Treuowith, 255 n, 

272 »", 276, 277. 

Trengale in St. Cleere, 100 n, 
262. 

Trengove alias TrengofFe, Trin- 
gotf, and Trangoe, Cornwall, 
7, 46, 124, 234 ti, 247. 

Trengwaiuton, Trenguenthen, 
in Madreri, 54, 54 «, 127 n. 

Trenliale in Newlin, 259 «, 261 ». 

Treuouth,Trenowtlie, etc., Corn- 
wall, 38, 68, 75, 76, 80, 100, 
125, 126, 13S, 138 >l 252 n. 

Trenowre, 18. 

Trent, Soiuer.setshire, 142, 263. 

Trenwith, Treunwitb, Cornwall, 
89, 220, 238, 239. 

Trenyne in Mynver, Cornwall, 
91. 

Tren3ainock, 181 n. 

Trenythen in Probus, 215 «. 

Trerice, Trerise, Trerj's, etc., 
in St. AUim, Cornwall. 2, 3 n, 
19, 28, 40, 44, 50, 68, 82, 
83 n, 8 1, 81 n, 212, 233, 233 n, 
212, 257, 271, 272, 272 «, 

273 H, 275 II, 277 «, 298, 304. 
Treriven, Cornwall, 92. 
Tresaglier, Constantiue, 244 n. 
Tresawell, 252 «, 258 n. 
Tresawell le Lower, 255 n. 
Tresawell lo Over, 255 n. 
Tri'seles, 179 n. 

Tn silian, Coruwall, 16, 118, 205. 
Tresoren a/ias Soren, 181 u. 

235 n. 
Tresoye, 172. 
Trespresyne, 234 n. 
Tresula, 186 h. 
Tresulbrutliou, 277 n. 



Tresungnr, Cornwall, 134, 138, 
138 n, 189, 190, 203 n. 

Treswithen, Tresudyan in Cam- 
borne, 23, 23 n, 24. 

Treihack, 255 n. 

Trethake in St. Cleere, 118 «. 

Trethank, 109 n. 

Tretliaimicke, 114 n. 

Tretharas, 153 n. 

Tretliarlffe, Tredurfe, etc., Coru- 
wall, 207, 244. 

Tretharrope, Tretharup, 234 n, 
255 n. 

Trethyn, 258 h. 

Trithell juxta Crofthole, 201 n. 

Trethenes, 296. 

Trethewy, 238 n, 277 ». 

Trethias Towen in St. Merryn, 
255 n. 

Trethias in St. Merr^ii, 169 n, 
255 n. 

Trethowen, 67. 

TrethvrKV,Trethrvi^,Trethvgy, 
189 n, 255 », 272 n. 

Treune, 217. 

Treuryek, next the village of St. 
Wenn, 271 n. 

Trevagethyghan, 185 n. 

Trevattetmur, 185 n. 

Trevaile, 18. 

Trevalack in St. Keverne, Corn- 
wall, 217. 

Trevalane, 191. 

Trevalga, 136 n. 

Trevalla Yean, 180 n. 

Trevalster, 224, 239. 

Trevalster, Cornwall, 13, 224, 
239. 

Trevanhener, 255 n. 

Trevanion, 257. 

Trevarrack, 262 n. 

Trevathelek, 261 n. 

Trevedowe, Trevedo, 9, 101, 

118 H. 

Trevegles, Treveglas, 54, 75 ». 
Trevolli, 18. 
Trevemeder, 255 n. 
Treveneage, Treverege, etc., 

Cornwall, 29, 81, 83. 
Trevenetheke, 98. 
Trevenge, 238 n. 
Trevenhedee, 8. 
Treveniel, 79 ». 
Trevenwyn, 258 n. 
T re verb on, 8. 
Trevervo, Trevorvoe in Probus, 

Cornwall, 186, 263. 
Truvetlian, Cornwall, 180 n, 

235 71, 236, 236 n. 
Trevethan Wartha, 235 n. 
Trevethan WoUas, 235 n. 
Trevidren, Trevudren, etc., 68, 

255 n, 257, 258 ». 
Trevigo, 70, 215. 
Trevince, Trelins in Gwinop, 

7, 7 n, 224. 
Trevithan, Trevethan, Cornwall, 

180 «, 235 «. 
Trcvithick, 242 n. 



INDEX OF PLAGES. 



343 



Trevorder, Trevourder, etc., 
Cornwall, 10, 113, 118 «, 242, 
243, 298. 

Trevorungowe, 258 n. 

Trevyau, 23. 

Trewan, Trewen, 56 n, 157 n, 
221 n, 253 n, 255 n. 

Trewaad, 170 n. 

Trewane in St. Kew, Cornwall, 
145, 157, 158 71. 

Trewardrevah, 67. 

Trewareton Hale, Cornwall, 75. 

Trewarnon, 54 n, 80. 

Trewarveneth, Trewarvenner, 
etc., in Paule, Cornwall, 44, 
82, 127 n, 156 7), 205. 

Trewaythe, 100 «. » 

Trewegett, Trewegit, 59, 134. 

Trewenhelek, etc., in Resgerens, 
255 n. 

Trewerys, 277 n, 300 «. 

Trewethock, 68. 

Trewbilla in St. Enoder, 245 n. 

Trewidlonde, 56 w. 

Trewinny in Mevagesy, 209. 

Trewola, Trewolley, 111, 245. 

TrewoUa-Vean, 180 n. 

Trewonwell, Trewonwall, 21, 
223. 

Trewooffe, 126, 127 ». 

Treworgan, Cornwall, 171, 173 n, 
262. 

Treworget, 228 n. 

Treworgie Skorie, Cornwall, 
204. 

Treworgy, Treworgie, etc., 25, 
111», 112, 112 n, 118,129, 
151, 216 «, 290. 

Treworgy in St. Cleere, Corn- 
wall, 46, 258. 

Treworgy in St. Gennys, Corn- 
wall, 88. 

Treworgy juxta Lanstenetha, 
216 n. 

Treworles, 38 n. 

Treworrek, Treworricke, 119 n, 
209. 

Treworthen, 228 n. 

Treworwale Vyan, 255 n. 

Trewthand, 46. 

Trewynt in Alternon, 107 n. 

Trewynt in Blislaud, Cornwall, 
204. 

Trey, 152. 

Trimerton in St. Stephen's, 179. 

Trink, 185. 

Trobridge, Devon, 157. 

Truro, Trwro, Trewro, etc., 7 », 
17, 26, 26 n, 48 n, 65, 71, 
71 n, 93, 99, 142, 154, 155 n, 
163, 163, 173, 173 n, 181, 186, 
187, 187 n, 189 w, 207, 215 n, 
219 n, 224, 237, 238 n, 252, 
263, 264 n, 301. 

Truro Merther, 16. 

Trworbonett, 82. 

Trymore, 300 n. 

Tudyford, Cornwall, 229, 229 n, 
230 n. 



Tnnsted, Kent, 33. 
Turner's Pidle, Dorsetshire, 265. 
Turkey, 39. 
Twelniona More, 290. 
Twynyo, 105. 
Tynten, 298. 

Ty wardreatb, Trewardreth, etc., 
11, 95 n, 231 n, 268 w, 295. 

Ugborough, Devon, 15. 
Umberleigli, Umlierley, Devon, 

5, 92 n. 
Uny Lelant, Uni juxta Lelant, 

Cornwall, 48, 192, 235 n. 
Upchurch, Kent, 196. 
Upcott, Upcote, Devon, 156 n, 

220. 

Valapit, 288. 

Vallopit, Devon, 73, 288. 

Vasie, 128. 

Veep, see St. Veep. 

Ventogon, 120 n. 

Veryan, Cornwall, 75, 93, 241 n, 

242, 252 n, 295. 
Vileston, Devon, 147. 
Vounder, Trewoone, 235 n. 

Wadefast, 158 ». 

Wadeford, 171 n. 

Wadliam College, Oxford, 72. 

Wales, 30, 176,216, 265 n. 

Wallelond, Weyloude, 255 n. 

Walton-on-Thamos, 106 n. 

Warle, 288. 

Warleggan, 118 «. 

Warwickshire, 22, 39. 

Washfield, 40. 

Waterford, 32. 

Wellington, Somersetshire, 269, 
269 w. 

Wemburie, Devon, 288. 

Wembworthy, 95 n. 

Wenbury, Devon, 108 n, 288. 

Wendron, Gweodron, etc., Corn- 
wall, 168, 170, 173 n. 

Wennet, 97. 

Werrestone, 107 n. 

Werrington, 79 ». 

West Allington, 269 n. 

West Anthony, 273 n. 

Westburie, Wilt.shire, 68. 

Westcott, Devon, 41. 

West Disard, 296. 

West Herle, Northumberland, 
94. 

West Langdon, 181 n. 

Westley, Devon, 41. 

Westmarker in Dwlo, Cornwall, 
129. 

Westminster Abbey, 31. 

Westmoreland, 22. 

West Newton, Cornwall, 49. 

Westnorth in Duloe, 6 n. 

Weston Peverell juxta Ply- 
mouth, 30. 

West Puti'ord, or Pudford, 
Devon, 41, 106 ». 

Weststanbery, 213. 



Westwillesworth, 69. 

Wexford, 30. 

Weymouth, Wamouth, Dorset- 
shire, 71, 107 n. 

Whaddon prope Sarum, Wilt- 
shire, 116. 

Whalesbury, Cornwall, 203, 
203 n, 242. 

Whetstone, Whitston, Cornwall, 
40, 83, 83 n, 165, 206, 212 n. 

Whiteohurch, 78, 173 n. 

Whitehall, 43 n, 64 », 67 n. 

Whitesday, 272 ». 

Whitfeld, 44. 

Wibberie, Devon, 72. 

Wideslade, 92. 

Widicomb, Devon, 11. 

Wight, the Isle of, Southamp- 
ton, 176, 177. 

Wilcombe, Cornwall, 119. 

Wiltshire, 38, 131, 161, 189, 
190. 

Windsor, 30, 32, 74, 81. 

Winscott in Puerthy, 58. 

Witchampton, Dorsetshire, 201. 

Witheridge, 279 n. 

Withioomb, 231 n. 

Withiel, 77, 78 ?». 

Wodeland, 25, 26. 

Woenhosken, Cornwall, 216. 

Wollesdon, 55. 

Wolley, 212. 

Wolston, 268. 

Wolvecombe, 255 n. 

Wolvedon, 299. 

Wonewell, Wonwell, Devon, 
]94, 209, 210, 211. 

Wood, 10 n, 24, 32, 74 «, 278, 
286. 

Woodford in Lansalloes, 242 n. 

Woodhill, 127 n, 137 n. 

Woodhouse, Devon, 182. 

Worcester, 106 », 180 n, 188, 
192, 289. 

Worington, Devon, 267. 

Wortham, Devon, 99. 

Worthevale, Worthivall, Corn- 
wall, 11, 267. 

Wotion, Cornwall, 119. 

Wrighton, Norfolk, 81. 

Wyk St. Mary, St. Mary Week, 
Cornwall, 1, 212 n, 291. 

Wynyanton, 35 n, 297, 299 n, 
300 «. 

Wynyard (Gwinear), 123. 

Wyvellscombe in St. Stephen's 
by Saltash, Cornwall, 269, 
269 «. 

Talwelegh, 126 n. 
Yaresborowe, 286. 
Yarmouth, 72. 
Yarnescombe, 197. 
Yeweton, Devon, 274 n. 
Yoe, 26. 
York, 144. 

Zennor, Sunner, etc., 54, 54 n, 
159 ». 



CORRIGENDA. 



Page 3. Number of note at bottoiu should be 4. 

61. Darrell pedigree, the drop from Rich. Hamond is erroneously' placed over AVm. Darrell ; 

it should be over bis wife Phillip, da. and cob. of Rich. Hamond. 
150. Moyle pedigree, at bottom of the page the drop from John to Rich. Moyle of Bake, is 

erroneously carried on over his wife Eliza, da. of "Willm. Portescue. 
201. Scobell pedigree, the drop from John Scobbell to Jone, bis da., is wrongfully carried 

on over her husband John Cole. 
206. Spoore pedigree, Joan, wife of Rich. Coombe, in the eighth descent is erroneously 

described as da. and coh. of John Rouse; for "Rouse" read Downe. 
272. Note 4, for Inq. p. m. Y. 0., &c., read Inq. p. m. V. O., &c. 



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